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Plot: Two homies, Smokey and Craig, smoke a dope dealer's weed and try to figure a way to get the $200 they owe to the dealer by 10pm that same night. In that time, they smoke more weed and get jacked and shot at in a drive-by. Runtime: 91 mins Release Date: 26 Apr 1995
One of the funniest movies of all time!---10/10 (by Sfpsycho415)
When someone asks me which movie i have seen the most times, i have to answer Friday. I know the movie pretty much verbatim, and have seen it well over 30 times. Chris Tucker is one of the funniest people ever. This is his best performance, followed closely by Rush Hour. There are so many funny moments in this movie it would be impossible to name them all here. My favorites would have to be when Smokey meets his blind date, who turns out to be fat and bald, and the scenes where Deebo confronts Smokey and Craig, played by Ice Cube. The movie has a hilarious supporting cast, including John <more>
Witherspoon, Tiny Lister, and Bernie Mac. Critics don't know anything. If you ever have a chance to see this and enjoy urban comedy and Chris Tucker, don't even hesitate to watch. 10/10
Chris Tucker's best R rated performance (by DunnDeeDaGreat)
When I was 14, I first saw Friday and almost choked from laughter. The script by Ice Cube and DJ Pooh is right on target with it's ghetto humor. Another plus point for the film is it doesn't stereotype. But it's Chris Tucker as Smokey who makes this film. His high pitched voice and mannerisms are classic.Hard-core rapper Ice Cube, after appearing in such hard-hitting films as Boyz 'N the Hood and Higher Learning, played his first comic role in this picture he co-wrote with frequent musical collaborator DJ Pooh. Craig Ice Cube manages to get fired on his day off though he <more>
claims it's through no fault of his own and spends the day hanging out with his buddy Smokey Chris Tucker and trying to avoid his father John Witherspoon , who wants him to find another job immediately. Smokey whose name might have something to do with his tremendous fondness for marijuana has even more serious problems; he was given $200 worth of weed to sell by Big Worm Faizon Love , but he ended up smoking it instead, and if he can't come up with the money by the end of the day, he'll be in a world of hurt and will put Craig in the same place just for being his friend . And Deebo Tom "Tiny" Lister, Jr. , a gargantuan bully who roams the neighborhood on his bicycle, has it in for Craig, while Craig tries his best just to stay out of his way. As one would expect, Friday features a strong hip-hop soundtrack, featuring tracks by such artists as Dr. Dre, Cypress Hill, Mack 10, and Funkdoobiest, as well as old-school R&B selections from The Isley Brothers, Roger, and Rose Royce
A movie everyone should give it try. (by tonysobon)
I am only writing this because 7.3 rating is to low for this movie and just to say that you do not have to be black or live in the "hood" to like it. Not only is it very funny movie but it has a good message with a very good cast and still holds up 23 years after it came out.
Unique Comedy (by jason_13)
This is one of the best comedies I have ever seen. The jokes are funny as hell. The cast is the best that could be chosen. The scenes are perfectly shot for that kind of comedy. So what do we got here. Ice Cube plays Craig Jones, an afro American with normal life. He lives in a peaceful neighborhood. His best friend is Someky who is played by Christ Tucker, who is famous with Rush Hour. So Smokey is an eccentric person but the biggest problem, is that he owns money to a guy, he has messed with. And he is with Craig, so Craig gets messed up as well. Another problem appears to be Deebo who is a <more>
bad guy with bad mood, with big sizes and a talented criminal. He is another problem for Craig and Smokey. Our famous names, are Bernic Mac as a priest. Tony Cox is here and his character is so funny, no matter that he appears in only 1 scene. Craig's father is funny as hell and he appears in many scenes. He is played by John Whiterspoon. There are some chicks as well. The movie is kind of a satire like Napoleon Dynamite for example. It shows the everyday life seen through the eyes of a couple average American citizens. There is no doubt that it is the best from the trilogy, one of the best movies of 1995 and no, I am not joking at all. I forgot to mention that the movie is atmoshperic. At least for me and atmospheric movies, are always in my list called "I will watch it again". Watch it. It is not only entertainment. At least for me. It is in my all time Top 50 movies of all time which means that it takes place in my Top 10 Comedies of all time. I gave it an excellent 10.
"It's Friday. You ain't got no job. You ain't got sh** to do. I'm gonna get you high today"This is one of my favorite comedies of all time. This move showed Chris Tucker at his best before he got famous . I must have watched this movie 100 times when I was in college which lasted 5 years for some reason . My friends and I used to be able to quote almost the entire movie. "Ya'll ain't got 2 things that match. You got Kool Aid no sugar, peanut butter no jelly, ham no burger, damn!"This movie is absolutely hilarious. I would not let my kids watch it, <more>
as it glorifies the use of marijuana. However, the movie is one of the funniest I have ever seen! This movie also showed one of the first appearances of Bernie Mac in the movies.
One of the simplest but best ever made! (by matthew-lamb)
Friday is one of the best films I have ever seen. It has such a simple easy feel about it, at no point does the film try too hard to be funny with cheap gags or silly stunts, it just flows along nicely. The film is about a day in the life of two young black Americans in the suburbs of LA, Craig Jones Ice Cube and Smokey Chris Tucker , who are superb in their own ways. The supporting cast feed off brilliantly, Craig's dad John Witherspoon is equally humorous. Craig loses his job because he is accused of stealing, so his friend Smokey decides he's gonna get him high. Unfortunately, <more>
Smokey is so addicted to weed that he smokes up what he was supposed to be selling. He gets himself into some bother with drug-dealer Big Worm who is one funny dude - check out his orange car with air-suspension and matching seats , the story rolls on as Smokey and Craig try and tackle the problem, as well as steering clear of local thief Deebo. It's a film that you can sit and watch over and over - every time you see it you will find yourself laughing at something different, Excellent film, excellent charactersand you know this, MAN!
Re-review in 2015 : It's interesting to see how this has been labeled the first "Hood" comedy. I'm sure there have been others - though written by, of all people, Joel Schumacher, I've always thought of 1976's Car Wash as the grand-daddy of them. It's also become a benchmark for stoners; for the 20th anniversary, it was screened for a special event on 4/20. Sadly, I couldn't attend full of the green stuff, but it was still an enjoyable experience seeing it again. Not great, but good.For all of the comparisons to it being Boyz N tha Hood as a crude comedy, <more>
that it is in part. But it's also like the Watts equivalent of something closer Clerks, also by first-time filmmakers: it's mostly about two guys who don't have much going on with their lives or prospects or action, but they're surrounded by so many 'lively' personalities and moments that are meant to get BIG laughs, regardless of a story structure that is super-strong outside of the Day-In-The-Life thing. And both borrow of course from Do the Right Thing, though Cube actually goes for his own version of the violent climax with a fight. The lack of any cops shows this is a fairly insulated world. Works for me.If it doesn't really have the same existential heft as Clerks, well, it's not fully trying to be that anyway. What we get here also, of course, is the breakthrough for Chris Tucker - an opportunity he'd only really pursue for another few years before spending his life, it appears, on Rush Hour checks and a surprise guest spot in Silver Linings Playbook, of all things . His work here is still electrifying and high-charged, though maybe this time I saw more of the obvious "tics" of the character like, we get it, the Angel Dust bit is one of the major highlights of the movie, but can't you move on? And Cube is good as straight man for Tucker's foole, and has a few moments too.This is one of those movies I watched a LOT 'back in the day' as one might say. It's really a movie, despite being rated R, for 13 year olds, black or white, and seeing it at 13 made as big an impression as seeing Clerks or Pulp Fiction or whatever. At the time I thought it was that good on the level. But some things do last better than others, and the seams in Friday show much more over time. Some bits don't work - the crackhead ? hustler is hit or miss, mostly great in the "HEY, SMOKY BACk HERE TAKING A S***!" bit - though Tony Lister, DEEBO of course in capital letters, is still amazing. And I found myself laughing often through the film, in part due to things still working, like anything with Bernie Mac and Tony Cox! , and sometimes just nostalgia. It surprised me just how much I remembered in terms of dialog - if only I remembered everything from school like this, I'd be probably a smarter man today... oh well.Bottom line, enough of it holds up to recommend as a fun comedy, but the effect of 20 years of stoner/hood/black comedies have diluted some of its effectiveness; any time Craig narrated, or that quick montage of 'things that happened today' right before the fight, drag the movie down. And why do they go OUTSIDE knowing that the drive-by is going to happen? That they might shoot the houses whether or not they're there? Doesn't make sense.Maybe I'm putting too much thought into it here. But, for what it was, and is, it's fun, dirty stuff.
Friday is just the start..... (by Venomly_Carnage)
Chris Tucker and Ice Cube what more do you want for a Movie like this!? This movie was funny, bright and original. theirs not a point in the movie where it goes dull or boring.Its starts off when Craig Cube wakes up on a Friday morning with his friend Smokey Tucker outside of his house for only Smokey to find out Craig got fired on his day off, Smokey tries helping Craig feel better by Rolling him Joints and drinking beer, Craig doesn't touch weed, until Smokey forces him to, they both end up getting high, Along comes Big Worm, the man that gives Smokey the weed to sell, only for <more>
Smokey to smoke, later on Big Worm finds out Smokey doesn't have the cash to cough up so Big Worm gives Smokey a deadline warning, or a drive-by. Craig has nothing to do with it, but nothing matters no more.Through out the movie comes local bully's, Stupid Neighbours, dumb friends, Early 90's rap music, drive-by's, Horney midgets, fights and Craig & Smokey. A lot can go down between Thursday and Saturday!10/10
More than just some teen comedy... (by SeminolePhenom)
Craig Jones Ice Cube and his friend Smokey Chris Tucker sit on a porch after Craig loses his job, on an extremely eventful Friday.For starters, this is one funny movie. I've seen many and I mean many, black comedies and I have never found any of them to be as funny as this one. It was simple and great. There is nothing else to it. The movie takes place between morning and night of an eventful Friday. But the movie is more than just the funny things that happen to them. It is about facing one's fears and becoming a man. In one scene, the father sees Craig with a gun and tells him <more>
that holding a gun won't make him man, it's having the courage to fight with his fists that will. Now, I know this doesn't sound like the greatest thing for a parent to be telling his kid, but in the projects fighting with one's hands instead of picking up a gun is courageous. I found a much deeper meaning in Friday and I feel as though this is one of the better movies about the hood, even though it was made to be a comedy. Ice Cube's performance is surprisingly great and Chris Tucker adds a nice mix of comic relief to make this movie a wonderful experience.So forget Barbershop and other crappy "hood" movies and see Friday. It blends a vast amount of comedy with the realism of everyday hood life. And when I say "everyday", I mean "everday". Overall, Friday was a brilliant comedic experience and I recommend it to anybody.I highly recommend this film.