Friday After Next

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Released 2002

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Director:
Marcus Raboy
Released:
2002
Rating:
R
Friday After Next is a comedy film, the third movie in the Friday series. The home of Craig (Ice Cube) and his cousin, Day-Day (Mike Epps) is robbed on Christmas Eve while they are sleeping. Craig wakes up and tries to fight off the robbers to no avail. The robber makes off with their Christmas presents and rent money. Ms. Pearly (BeBe Drake), their landlord, tells Craig and Day-Day that if they do not come with the rent money by the end of the day, she will evict them. Craig and Day-Day get jobs as security guards at a strip mall. That same day, robbers attempt to rob a store in the strip mall run by Money Mike (Katt Williams). Craig and Day-Day save the day by catching the would-be robbers. Money Mike offers them money, but they decline, instead inviting him to a party to raise the rent money. At the party, Craig and Day-Day see the robber who took their money and presents and chase after him. The cousins go through a series of comedic events in an attempt to catch the robber. Will they catch him? To find out, watch Friday After Next.moreless

Metacritic Score

  • 80

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    Fast and raunchy, Friday After Next surely stands apart from other holiday-themed movies for its gleeful low-down humor and a raft of uninhibited characters involved in one outrage...

  • 60

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    The trouble with movies like those in the "Friday" series is that their success can lead to a need to inflate their importance, inviting pretentious descriptions like "folkloric" w...

  • 20

    Variety Robert Koehler

    Surely one of the most frantic, virulent and foul-natured Christmas season pic ever delivered by a Hollywood studio.

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    Comedy, Drama

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    christmas, African-American Comedy