#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The Black family is getting out of Chicago in hopes of a better life. After Carl Black (Mike Epps) comes into some unexpected funds, he takes his family and leaves the hustling lifestyle behind for something better. Carl, his new wife Lorena (Zulay Henao), son Carl Jr., daughter Allie Black (Bresha Webb) and cousin Cronut (Lil Duval) pack up and move to Beverly Hills. Turns out, Carl couldn’t have picked a worse time to move. They arrive right around the time of the annual purge, when all crime is legal for twelve hours.
Plot: As Carl Black gets the opportunity to move his family out of Chicago in hope of a better life, their arrival in Beverly Hills is timed with that city’s annual purge, where all crime is legal for twelve hours.
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This is not worth it!
My first review, and maybe my 3rd or 4th rating. I love the most movies and series, so I never rate them if it isn’t amazing. But this movie is a waste of time. I saw 14 minutes and stopped it. The next day I saw 20 minutes more, just to give lt a chance but it suuuucks! It’s so cringy and stupid without being funny. The cast is ok but they can’t act in this movie because the script is SO terrible. Later that same day I thought “watch the movie maybe it’s ok” but now I just wanna sue both netflix, the cast, the producers and the writers. Don’t watch this crap it’s a wate of time and your life.
A Half-Baked “Purge” Parody
Freshman scenarist Nicole DeMasi and “Supremacy” director Deon Taylor do an adequate job of sending up the vigilante franchise of “The Purge” movies with their parody “Meet the Blacks,” starring Mike Epps, Mike Tyson, and George Lopez. Mike Epps plays Carl Black, a wiring installation expert from Chicago, who steals an African-American gangsta’s cash and stash and then moves his family out to live in a mansion in Beverly Hills. Clearly, Demasi and Taylor must have been thinking of vintage CBS-TV series “The Beverly Hillbillies” when they came up with his adaptation. It seems that Carl was in a gangsta’s house when the police raided and arrested Key Flo (Charlie Murphy of “Norbit”) and he got away not only undetected but also with Flo’s dough. Initially, the black security guard refuses to let Carl drive onto the premises, but he relents when Carl threatens him. Carl has moved to Los Angeles with his new Latino wife Lorena (Zulay Henao of “Takers”), his teenage daughter Allie (Bresha Webb of “Ride Along 2”), his son Carl Junior (Alex Henderson of “Creed”), and former prison inmate Cronut (Li Duval of “Scary Movie 5”). What none of Carl’s family know is that Carl stole the cash from Key Flo. Furthermore, just about everybody that Carl cheated in Chicago has migrated to Los Angeles to exact what he owes them. The punchline of “Meet the Blacks” is Carl gets off scot-free because when they break into his mansion, they do it on Purge night. Mind you, Carl has no idea what The Purge is all about despite what he learns from his family so he believes that he is safely tucked away in Beverly Hills and nobody will find him. Mike Epps is at his hilarious best as Carl Black, but legendary heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson looks and sounds like a buffoon. This lowest common denominator comedy has a few laughs, and you can count them on one hand. Nevertheless, the set-up and the execution is adequately done. The Nicole DeMasi & Deon Taylor screenplay will keep you smiling with its clichés about African-Americans in Beverly Hills and traditional slang-riddled dialogue. George Lopez has a clever cameo as a Hispanic U.S. President with the punny name El Bama. Of course, “Meet the Blacks” could have been far funnier, but it isn’t too embarrassing as knock-offs go.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
Genre Comedy, Horror
Director Deon Taylor
Writer Deon Taylor, Nicole DeMasi
Actors Mike Epps, Gary Owen, Zulay Henao, Bresha Webb
Production Company Colgems Productions
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Laboratory Light Iron (digital intermediate) (mobile dailies)
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Negative Format N/A
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Printed Film Format N/A