Friday | Full Movie
- 1h 29m
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A lot can happen between Thursday and Saturday... Before the sun sets, Craig must get his friend out of trouble, find a new job so his parents don't evict him, escape his girlfriend long enough to capture a new woman's heart and survive a climatic confrontation with the neighborhood menace.
© 1995 New Line Productions, Inc.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: What Friday might lack in taut construction or directorial flair, it more than makes up with its vibrant (albeit consistently crass) humor and the charming, energetic performances of its leads.
A crudely made, sometimes funny bit of porchfront humor from the 'hood.
June 21, 2017
New York Times
This is a ruder, cruder version of the hip-hop movie House Party, and it offers a fascinating glim...
June 17, 2017
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Common Sense Media
Common Sense Says
Ice Cube's drug- and profanity-filled 'hood cult classic.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie is a drug- and profanity-filled cult classic written by and starring the rapper Ice Cube; it's likely that most teens will have heard of it and will be interested in seeing it. One major character is a comical pot dealer who smokes his own inventory all day; this leads to a shootout, but an even more prominent scene is the brutal, climactic fist-fight between Cube and the block's mountain-sized bully. The movie has been accused of misogyny, and not without reason; the women are mostly either sexual objects or objects of scornful humor. It is also filled with sex talk, drug talk, and non-stop profanity, as well as insults of a racial and sexual nature. However, aside from all this, Friday is genuinely interesting in many ways, and is more culturally and historically notable than it may appear. It spawned two sequels and an animated TV series.
A Lot or A Little?
The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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- Genre:Comedy, Franchise
- Release Date:April 26, 1995
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD