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House Party III
House Party III
- 1h 34m
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Prepare yourself for the ultimate house party: Kid gets engaged ... and Play plans the bachelor party in House Party 3. Play (Christopher Martin) has smoothed his way out of jams and hip-hopped himself around hazards, but now the threat is greater than ever before: Kid (Christopher Reid) is getting married... Play can't convince his friend that it's a mistake. What's a guy to do? What else? PARTY!! So Play hosts the most outrageous, out of bounds, out of control bachelor party ever to hit the 'hood. Sequel to the comedy hits House Party and House Party 2.
© 1994 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Common Sense Says
Worst movie in the trilogy; dated humor, sex, swearing.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that House Party 3 is a 1994 comedy in which Kid is engaged to be married as Play plans to throw him an epic bachelor party. While House Party 2 is filled with positive messages about activism, education, and feminism, this movie opts for raw and raunchy humor. Expect a lot of sex jokes, profanity, and dated humor concerning, among other things, overweight women, the elderly, and the visually impaired. A joke about prison rape. One of the lead characters tells an annoying secondary character, "What are you, my retarded echo?" "F--k," "motherf--ker," and the "N" word regularly used. If women aren't sight gags (elderly, overweight, etc.), they are, aside from the lead characters, little more than eye candy, including an attractive postal clerk who gets hit on by tween rappers, and strippers, including one named "Angina," who is known for a "disappearing act" involving beer bottles. She's shown with her legs behind her head while performing. Male stripper at a bachelorette party. An elderly woman is shown watching a pornographic movie -- brief nudity (breasts, buttocks). A man pretending to be blind touches photos of attractive women taped to a wall and says "I f--ked her" before sniffing the photo. Drinking at a bachelorette party. Talk of drinking, talk of a "big fat blunt" in a song.
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- Release Date:January 1, 1994
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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