Mo' Money

Follow
Columbia Pictures Corporation / Wife 'n' Kids Released 1992

USER EDITOR

Yaspaa

User Score: 33

9.0
out of 10
User Rating
1 votes
0

SHOW REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Movie Summary

Director:
Peter MacDonald
Released:
1992
Rating:
R

Mo' Money is a film that centers on one man's quest to impress a woman. Johnny Stewart is a life long street hustler. When he meets Amber, he becomes instantly smitten. In order to impress her, he decides to get a job at her credit card company as a mail room clerk. He soon realizes that Amber is the type of woman who only associates with men that have money. Johnny creates a plan to gain a significant amount of money; he steals the information of deceased credit card holders and uses their identities. He does not believe he is doing anything morally wrong. Johnny enlists the help of his brother, Seymore, and the two begin to charge money to the deceased's credit cards. However, their plan becomes complicated when an unsuspecting man learns of their actions. Watch Mo' Money to discover what becomes of Johnny and his relationship with Amber.

SUBMIT REVIEW

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (0)

    • NOTES (4)

      • Production Budget - $15,000,000
        Domestic Gross - $40,227,006 (39th)

        Domestic adjusted for 2013 - $79,096,956

      • Filmed in Chicago, Illinois.

      • Taglines:
        1. Why settle for less?
        2. Johnny can resist anything ...except love and money. Especially money.

      • Music:
        Money Can't Buy You Love
        Written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Rap written and performed by Ralph E. Tresvant
        Mo' Money Groove
        Written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Performed by Mo' Money Allstars, Damon Wayans, Johnny Gill, Ralph E. Tresvant
        Get Off My Back
        Written by Hank Shocklee, Keith Shocklee, Gary G-Wiz and Flavor Flav
        Performed by Public Enemy featuring Flavor Flav
        Ice Cream Dream
        Written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Rap written by MC Lyte
        Performed by MC Lyte
        The Best Things in Life Are Free
        Written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Rap written and performed by Michael Lamone Bivins, Ronald De Voe and Ralph E. Tresvant
        Performed by Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson with special guests Bell Biv DeVoe and Ralph E. Tresvant
        A Job Ain't Nuthin' But Work
        Written by Lance Alexander, prof t., Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Darron Story
        Rap written and performed by Big Daddy Kane
        Performed by Big Daddy Kane with special guests Lo-Key?
        My Dear
        Written by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Ricky Kinchen, Homer O'Dell, Stokley Williams, Jeffrey Allen, Keri Lewis and Larry Waddell
        Performed by Mint Condition
        I Adore You
        Written by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Caron Wheeler
        Performed by Caron Wheeler
        Joy
        Written by Lance Alexander and prof t.
        Performed by Sounds of Blackness
        The New
        Written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Performed by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Let's Get Together (So Groovy Now)
        Written by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and prof t.
        Performed by Krush
        Forever Love
        Written by Mark Calderon, Sam Watters, Kevin Thornton, Bryan Abrams,
        Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Performed by Color Me Badd
        Let's Just Run Away
        Written by Lance Alexander, prof t., Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Performed by Johnny Gill
        I Got It
        Written by Little Richard
        Performed by Little Richard
        Brother Will
        Written by Garry Johnson, Mark Haynes, Frank Stribbling, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
        Performed by The Harlem Yacht Club
        Keya Rinia
        Written by Ali Baba/Gana
        Performed by Ali Baba
        Poison
        Written by Elliott Straite

    • ALLUSIONS (0)

    More Info About This Movie

    Themes

    Crime