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Big Money Hustlas (2000)

TV-14 | | Comedy, Crime | Video 18 July 2000
It's New York City, and the crime lord Big Baby Sweets has got NYC around his finger. The NYPD is helpless so the Chief sends out for Sugar Bear, a 70s, Dolemite worshiping, rhyming ... See full summary »

Director:

John Cafiero

Writers:

Violent J (as Joseph Bruce), Harland Williams (additional dialogue) | 9 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Violent J ... Big Baby Sweets / Ape Boy
Shaggy 2 Dope ... Sugar Bear
Jamie Madrox Jamie Madrox ... Big Stank
Monoxide Monoxide ... Lil' Poot (as The Monoxide Child)
John G. Brennan ... The Chief / Misfits Roadie (as Johnny Brennan) (as Big Ole' Bad Ass Bob the Cattle Rustler Brennan)
Harland Williams ... Officer Harry Cox
Rudy Ray Moore ... Dolemite
Mick Foley ... Cactus Sac
Fred Berry ... Bootleg Greg (as Fred 'Rerun' Berry)
Jumpsteady Jumpsteady ... Hack Benjamin / Preacherman / Police Officer 3 / Guy wearing Psychopathic Records Jacket / Security Guard
Stefan Kudek Stefan Kudek ... Dr. Dinglenut
Myzery Myzery ... Green Willie
Alex Abbiss Alex Abbiss ... Hazad
Kamal Ahmed ... Old Man Kissel / Security Guard (as Kamal)
John Cafiero John Cafiero ... The Director
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Storyline

It's New York City, and the crime lord Big Baby Sweets has got NYC around his finger. The NYPD is helpless so the Chief sends out for Sugar Bear, a 70s, Dolemite worshiping, rhyming supercop from San Fransisco to stop Big Baby, his Magic Ninjas, Hack Benjamin (Jumpsteady, and his 2 sidekicks, Big Stank and Lil' Poot, with the help of Officer Harry Cox. Written by Miz Juggalette

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A tough-city cop may be in over his stupid-ass head!

Genres:

Comedy | Crime

Certificate:

TV-14

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 July 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Big Money Hustla$ See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Color
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Trivia

Alex Abbiss and Shaggy 2 Dope shaved each others head the day before the scenes in Big Baby Sweets's hideout were filmed. Violent J was surprised that Alex Abbiss had a bald head when they filmed the scene were he takes his hat off. See more »

Quotes

Big Baby Sweets: What we gonna have to do is send him a message.
Lil' Poot: Know you right! Send this hoe ass a message.
Big Baby Sweets: We're gonna get to the streets. And we gonna let this poeple that we pissed.
Lil' Poot: Amen! Amen!
Big Baby Sweets: More than that, we gonna let them know exactly why we pissed.
Lil' Poot: [whispers to Stank] Why we pissed?
Big Stank: Bitch you better recognize why the fuck we pissed!
[pauses... than whispers to Big Baby Sweets]
Big Stank: Why we pissed?
Big Baby Sweets: Cause somebody been fucking with my motherfucking money!
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Crazy Credits

"Billy Bill was not in this movie" See more »

Connections

References Batman (1966) See more »

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Intro
Written and Performed by Mike E. Clark
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A movie made by ICP? The results may surprise you.
1 August 2004 | by youneverknewmeSee all my reviews

Over-rated white hip hop outfit with cult following makes low budget film. Doesn't exactly sounds like a great achievement in modern cinema, does it? While it clearly fails at anything resembling conventional success, this movie does achieve a bizarre sort of diamond-in-the-rough eminence that you don't necessarily have to be a Faygo-loving Detroit native to appreciate. As someone who holds great disdain for the campy music and image of Insane Clown Posse, I obviously saw this movie with exceedingly low expectations. In the end, I came away seeing a movie with surprising cinematography, a plot that rises above the sheer inanity you're expecting, and far more than its fair share of both cheap and earned laughs.

The plot basically amounts to ruthless drug lord versus smooth renegade cop, an obvious parody of the blaxploitation cliché. The execution is certainly quite a bit more ambitious than what you'd expect from a movie made by musicians, especially considering the band's only two members don't appear on screen together until the last quarter of the movie. Since both the villain and the protagonist both wear face paint during all scenes of the picture, you can expect a great deal of heavy-handed silliness. However, when the plot turns serious, you care about the characters without things becoming corny or over done. There are still obvious complaints, arising primarily from poor acting, which isn't surprising. On the other hand, the underlying quality of this film is surprising, and makes it worth a view when you're in the mood for a cult film that is strangely entertaining.


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