January 28, 2012 1 Min Read

Review by: Matt Brighton

Plot: What’s it about?

Archie Moses (Adam Sandler) and his “friend” Rock Keats (Damon Wayans) are two lowly drug dealers working for the local Kingpin, Frank Colton. All is well, until Keats is exposed as an undercover cop, and accidentaly gets shot by his “friend”, Moses. The movie tries to re-unite the two, and it happens, but very begrudingly. Not much on plot, but this is funny as hell. My second favorite Sandler movie, with some classic lines “I’ll bitch slap your fuckin’ hiney”! Check this one out.

Video: How does it look?

Universal enhanced this for 16:9, which shows, because the picture is crystal clear!

Audio: How does it sound?

Dolby 5.1 is used mainly for some gunfire and to give the music some added ambiance. A definate improvement over the Dolby Surround Laserdisc, though.

Supplements: What are the extras?

This is a typical Universal disc, they have included a trailer, but not much else (unless you count Production Notes and cast bios). Could have done a lot better…

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