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“Harlem Nights” and Other Negro Viewing Requirements

harlem nightsI watched Harlem Nights for the first time last weekend. It was outlandishly Blackety Black Black. Just how I like my men. I loved it.

But that didn’t matter. Apparently, making it to 29 without having seen Redd Foxx’s last big screen appearance was a crime against Blackness, because far too many people responded to this admission with “YOU MEAN, LIKE FOR THE FIRST TIME?”

I haven’t had my Blackness questioned this much since admitting that I don’t care for Jennifer Holliday’s “And I’m Telling You (I’m Not Going To Ever Stop Singing This Song)” or JHud’s version or any version.

Yes, bammas. This was my first time seeing Vera Walker instruct everyone to kiss her ENTIRE ass. Before this weekend, I had seen brief clips and knew that Diddy’s “Pass The Courvoisier, Part II” video was inspired in part by the film. I knew that at some point, Arsenio Hall would cry for a long time. I knew the film involved Eddie Murphy, a mean conk, and a handful of old timey Black comics. I knew the film was important, necessary even.

But Charlie Murphy was there. You had Touched By An Angel in there cussing like a motherfucker. You had Jasmine Guy playing a vampy Creole Lady Marmalade. What more could you ask for in a Black film?

I inspired similar disappointment when I watched Black America’s Oldest Teenager star opposite the impossibly fine Billy Dee Williams in Lady Sings The Blues this spring, for the first time. People couldn’t understand how nobody ever put me on. I also watched Claudine because I felt obligated by Blackness to peep it. Great film, greater soundtrack.

This got me to wondering about the other flicks we side eye our adult homies for not having seen.

When I encounter someone old enough to understand the case against colored contacts who doesn’t know about Miss Celie’s Folkspants, I make a mental note of the exits. This is not a motherfucker I need to be in an elevator with. He or she will never meet my children. What series of unfortunate events led to them reaching Grown and Sexy Party age without being exposed to this body of Black excellence?

“The fuck has your life been about until now?” ponder I.

You would be surprised how discouraging it is to have to explain a Friday reference to a thirty-something person who isn’t from elsewhere in the diaspora. I feel the same about Coming To America; What’s Love Got to Do With It?; The Last Dragon; The Jacksons: An American Dream; and Bebe’s Kids. I like to think most decent people I think highly of know who LeRoy and Sexual Chocolate are. Anything less would render one unsavory. I once met a girl who prided herself on never having seen The Cosby Show. We all fall short, I suppose.

I am attempting to cultivate a viewing list for my two nieces, who are 16 and 17. While I’m here in 1998, I would love to watch films like American History X and Fruitvale Station (which had me verklempt as shit) with them, and challenge them in ways I know they’re not being challenged at school. I want to do my part as an uncle before they venture out into this cruel, Chelsea Handler-loving world. I can’t have them out here interviewing for important jobs not knowing who Shonuff is, disadvantaged and shit.

I know that what matters to me, culturally, as a man nearing thirty (whew) isn’t necessarily the case for two teenage girls in a post-Teen Summit society. But, how do we avoid future Blackness deficiencies and keep our chirren from busting one another in the heads with champagne bottles on Bravo shows? How the fuck do we ‘posed to keep peace? What is Required Negro Viewing for the likkle yute dem in the 2000 and the 14?

Alex Hardy

Alexander Hardy is the dance captain for Saint Damita Jo Jackson's Royal Army. He is a writer who escaped Hampton, Virginia and is now based in Panama City, Panama. There, he runs The Colored Boy, and consumes copious amounts of chicken. He has written for EBONY.com, CNN, Gawker, and Huffington Post among other outlets. Alexander can likely be found daydreaming about his next meal or Blacking It Up on someone's dance floor. He also doesn't believe in snow or Delaware. Read more from Alex at www.thecoloredboy.com

  • BreezyX2

    Alex, you know me love you long time and we kinda like besties in my e-mind. But alas I think our Color Purple patty-cake e-bff friendship might be over *dramtic wall slide* You see, I have only recently watched Coming To America annnnnnnd wellllll I didn’t “get it”

    • Neptunes presents The Clones

      You didnt get Coming to America…come on

      • Jay Howard Gatsby

        He means he didn’t get the part about McDowell’s being a pun on McDonald’s. I understand.

        • BreezyX2

          Homie, who you calling a he?! Tuh!

          • Jay Howard Gatsby

            pardon me, I’m new here. My pronouns default to male privilege.

            • Neptunes presents The Clones

              Shes no dude bra,she does not need to bench press

            • Breezy’s a woman. She’s like five feet tall…with heels on…

              • Neptunes presents The Clones

                Hahaha,well now guess to stress her you ensure you have high shelves

              • BreezyX2

                LMBO!! I AM NOT five feet tall. How many times I am gonna tell you that?! Kema is the vertically challenged one.

                • Kema

                  I prefer the term ‘fun size’

        • Neptunes presents The Clones

          Aha,thanks for the clarification, Breezy is like the quintessntial black woman lol

      • BreezyX2

        Whatever we still don’t know if you are a man or a woman so there’s that.

        • Neptunes presents The Clones

          Not cool man,not cool

    • I…

      • BreezyX2

        *hangs head in shame and wobbles away*

    • nillalatte

      I’m SO disappointed with you Breezy…

      • Neptunes presents The Clones

        I can never be disappointed in Breezy

        • nillalatte

          You just wanna play tonight. I see you running all up and down the comments. Bored Sahel? Not enough spy stuff to keep a Southern boy like you busy? I’m disappointed with you too.

          • Neptunes presents The Clones

            One can only do so much to keep the ghosts at bay..and besides i’m in for a long weekend. The Canadians are tripping all wires

            • nillalatte

              Let me consult the official NOC handbook on code switching. Halloween is not until next weekend! No spooks allowed in Canada! Saba haird.

      • BreezyX2

        IDC IDC IDC!! You will accept me JUST as I am Nilla!!!

    • Meridian

      lmao. Small little secret. I *think* I watched it when I was like 9 but I really can’t remember. I hated what I did watch and haven’t watched it since. According to twitter logic that practically means I haven’t seen it either.

      • BreezyX2

        They will not shame us Meridian. They just won’t.

    • I’m just mad they tore down the McDowells last year to build condos. And don’t forget Jackson Heights own Randy Watson. LOL

      • BreezyX2

        LOL!

    • Agatha Guilluame

      Well you’re a white woman so…

      • BreezyX2

        *glares down at you from very high privileged white horse*

  • Jay Howard Gatsby

    I actually have a Pop Quiz for the Future Wife that includes identifying characters like Dap, Half-Pint, Darius Lovehall, Bleek Gilliam, Deebo, and the like.

    House Party – the first 2, maybe the first 3, not these off-brand knock offs featuring Immature – is also required viewing. My friends, my REAL friends, know how to do the Kid-N-Play. Period.

    • IcePrincess

      Right. And isn’t it crazy that you *I* didn’t notice that Martin was the DJ, cuz he wasn’t famous yet?

    • miss t-lee

      My bestie and I still break out the Kid-N-Play from time to time.

  • Paradigm

    “I once met a girl who prided herself on never having seen The Cosby Show”

    #YampBehavior

    • Neptunes presents The Clones

      I wouldnt begrudge kids who are between 16 and 19 now not watching the Cosby show. It’s like 30 years old now

      • She was over 30. I don’t know how that’s possible.

        • Neptunes presents The Clones

          Maybe she grew up Amish,lol

        • TwentyTwo

          No d@mn excuse

        • IcePrincess

          The b*tch lying, that’s how.

      • Paradigm

        It’s one thing if you missed the Cosby Show wave but who wears that like a badge tho… That’s the issue.. If you watched Good Times, Sanford & Son, etc it was likely over 20 years after the fact.. If a show is classic people will always go back and watch

        • Epsilonicus

          Bill Cosby is not well liked nowadays so…

    • I just googled “Yamp”

      HA!

  • Neptunes presents The Clones

    NewJack City and Boyz in The hood

    • Jay Howard Gatsby

      If only because “THEY SHOT RICKAAAY!” is the greatest tragedy in film just ahead of Mufasa dying.

      • Bonus round question: Do you consider Lion King a Black movie? *extends microphone*

        • Jay Howard Gatsby

          Yes. If only because Disney finally acknowledged Black people.

          Through animals, true, but Mufasa and Rafiki paved the way for Frozone, the Black kid in MonstersInc., and Princess Tiana.

        • Lisa Harris

          Yep, complete with racism against dark skinned blacks.

      • tgtaggie

        See below

        • Val

          Too soon.

    • Am I my brothers keeper? YES I AM! And Nino Brown saying that he’s all we got.

    • Lisa Harris

      New Jack City, definitely.

  • Neptunes presents The Clones

    New Yorkers are in panic. The docs in the US seriously need to carry out a public campaign on how ebola is caught

    • Val

      It’s more the media’s fault. They’ve been hysterical since there have been cases in the U.S.

      • Neptunes presents The Clones

        Bollocks,i saw a woman on CNN saying she is moving from the area the doctor lives in because she will catch ebola

        • Val

          And that kind of hysteria is caused by a media here that is content with scaring the public into watching their broadcasts.

          • Jay Howard Gatsby

            Is it wrong that I almost, ALMOST hope that the Ebola panic and infection is phase one of the zombie apocalypse? I’ve been practicing and I may or may not have a bunker…

            • Val

              According to what I’ve seen on youtube, people with bunkers are a bit nuts. Just saying.

              • Jay Howard Gatsby

                There are Double Stuf Oreos in my bunker though! That’s gotta at least make me look 12% sane compared to the YouTube fanatics.

              • Neptunes presents The Clones

                Bunkers are awesome..or so i hear

                • Val

                  Point proven.

                  • Neptunes presents The Clones

                    Ey,what point

                    • Val

                      Lol!

                    • Neptunes presents The Clones

                      And were you not advocating for people to live off the grid awhile back on these forums,why throw bras at bunker lovers

                    • Val

                      Off the grid folks live in quaint likkle cabins in the woods. Bunker people are a whole ‘nother breed.

            • I actually live 2 miles from “Ground Zero” of Ebola.

              For what it’s worth, the hospital is a horrible hospital that has a reputation for killing people who were perfectly healthy before they entered its hellish gates.

              The locals aren’t fooled by the lies told on the news.
              O_o

              • Meridian

                Yeah, no. I don’t trust any of the people staffing the hospital nor do I assume the people who have it aren’t carrying on with their normal lives for a week so with the infection. I don’t bother watching the news coverage routinely, only for updates and such, but I don’t think the casual treatment of this by people exposed is grounds for the utmost confidence and security.

            • Meridian

              I could only enjoy the zombie apocalypse for the first week or so when the bodies are still fresh. A month or two in I’m finding a military base and never leaving it because there’s no way I’m walking around dealing with smelly, rotten, rancid corpses. That’s just plain unsanitary.

          • Neptunes presents The Clones

            And nobody can bother themselves to do abit of research on the disease,come on.

            • menajeanmaehightower

              This isn’t an American problem. This is a western problem. So please take several seats on trying to make this out like Americans are acting a fool. It’s what Val has said.

              The west doesn’t get “epidemics” like this so when it comes, it scares people. I’m getting tired of people treating Americans like we are so dumb and backwards AS IF we have always had to deal with Ebola. You have folks in Liberia killing doctors and nurses who are trying to help them due to how scarey this virus is. Let us react the way we want to react. It’s scarey no matter how unpractical it seems that we are being.

              I don’t know about you but having fluids hemorrhage from my body doesn’t sound fun and exciting no matter if the chance of me catching it is 1 in a bagillion.

              • Neptunes presents The Clones

                Carry on then

    • nillalatte

      Have you been within 6ft of an infected person who is running a temp above 99.4 and is actively coughing, vomiting or soiling themselves? If not, carry on.

      http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/pdf/what-need-to-know-ebola.pdf

    • Jay Howard Gatsby

      People just not doing research. Far as they know, if you have a cold, you got the Ebola. Allergies acting up? The Ebola. A burning sensation when you pee? An STD… that is a side-effect of the Ebola.

      • Neptunes presents The Clones

        Americans,smh

        • nillalatte

          Americans? Who put down a dog because they thought it MIGHT have Ebola? Any cases of dogs being infected with Ebola? I don’t think so. Dang Spaniards!

          • Hey, take no chances I always say. If Bingo has any kind of fatal disease, guess what? Bingo’s going to have to take a quick dirt nap.

            *cues “Brandy” by The O’Jays*

            *Muttley snicker*

            • nillalatte

              That’s the point, they didn’t even know IF the dog was infected! They just killed it because of ignorance & fear. There have been no known cases of a dog transmitting Ebola to humans. Some animals appear to be able to fight it without getting sick or transmitting it. Primates, however, have a high mortality rate once infected, like 80%.

    • People believe what they hear and see on the news. If the news didn’t lead with that ish every night the “epidemic” hysteria wouldn’t be as bad. The Flu is probably a bigger threat to most humans anyway.

      • nillalatte

        Exactly! The flu killed 52K last year due to complications from the flu. Ironically, I’ve never been one to jump at getting a flu shot. Reason being the strains of flu. You could be vaccinated for strains A & B, but the strain going around is C. Still it said the flu shot builds antibodies, so still a slight advantage I suppose in fighting an infection. I am required to take them now or wear a mask during flu season while at work. Yeah, no, I’ll reluctantly, begrudgingly get the shot.

  • Meridian

    The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
    Roots
    The Color Purple
    Waiting to Exhale
    Boomerang
    Player’s Club
    A Thin Line Between Love and Hate
    Love Jones
    Love and Basketball
    That one long a*s titled movie by the Wayans about drinking in the hood
    Baby Boy
    The Boondocks
    Chappelle’s Show
    Making the Band
    Friday
    Blankman
    Bad Boys
    Independence Day

    • My sole question is: Why Blankman?

      • Meridian

        I have no idea. I’ve never seen it but everyone I know talks about it so I figured it’s important to the culture.

        • Jay Howard Gatsby

          Everybody in my family thought the movie was really named Blackman, so that mistake(which Im sure other people have made) may well have kept the movie alive.

      • miss t-lee

        Blankman is pretty terrible, but quotables for days…

    • Neptunes presents The Clones

      I’m against showing waiting to exhale to impressionable 16 year old girls. Burning my ish is not COOL

      • Val

        Why are you dating 16 year old girls, Sahel?

        • Jay Howard Gatsby

          RELEVANT

        • Meridian

          LEAVE! *insert tears emoji*

        • Neptunes presents The Clones

          I am not dating 16 year olds lady. But we have had to deal with women thinking burning a man’s car is legit. I will not let another generation of men deal with that

          • Val

            Do you know who Chris Hansen is?

          • Meridian

            I think every young woman should watch that just for the purposes of knowing what a strut is.

          • nillalatte

            It’s not? What about a candy bar in the gas tank? Key scratches all down the side of the car? Tires cut? Just asking.

            • Neptunes presents The Clones

              NO.

              • nillalatte

                lamo…

          • CrayolaGirl

            Down. Vote.
            Any woman that feels the need to damage somebody’s property DID NOT learn that from a movie.

        • Rachmo

          SO DEAD

      • Meridian

        lmao! I was thinking that about a few of those. Both the Bad Boys are just outrageous, Waiting to Exhale is softcore X-rated, Baby Boy is just flagrant.

        There’s always the BET versions!

      • Then again, Waiting to Exhale should be on a list of movies not to watch with non Black people. The jokes FLY over their heads.

      • Lisa Harris

        I think that movie is the worst! 2 hours of women looking real dumb blaming everyone else for their stupid decisions. Yuck!

    • “Chappelle’s Show
      Making the Band”

      And by killing two birds with one stone, I present this classic scene, LOL:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9lg6HqJeY0

      • Meridian

        !! TwoShea.

  • Val

    I’ll add;

    – Cooley High
    – Malcolm X
    – Do The Right thing
    – Paris Is Burning
    – Paid In Full
    – Krush Groove
    – Round Midnight (Starring Dexter Gordon)

    • Tales from the Hood.
      An under-rated classic that is often lost in the sauce when conversations like this come about.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z86Tuc_zOWU

      That and HavPlenty!!!! I swear me and like 5 other black people have ever seen it.

      http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/07/Hav_Plenty_DVD.jpg

      • How odd is it that this film is out of print on any format and is very hard to find for a fairly reasonable price anywhere?

        • Dmaclee

          This movie continues to scare the living daylights out of me. Those little dolls running around? No ma’am and no sir. I’ll take pass out and die for $100 please Alex.

          • KKay

            I’m not even tempted to play the YouTube clip.

          • Amazonian Midget

            My mother has been calling me a niglet ever since she saw this movie.

            • Abu Husain

              Same with mine, lol.

          • cakes_and_pies

            I didn’t see this movie until I was in college and I literally ran out of the room during this scene. I got clowned by my roommates until Christmas break.

          • And Clarence Williams III? Uttered the most memorable line in the film:

            “Oh, don’t worry…you’ll get the sh*t- you’ll be knee deep in the sh*t”, LOL!

        • I wonder what ever happened to Rusty Cundieff?

          His movies were and are still a breathe of fresh air. I mean, a horror movie told from a black perspective.

          Who does that?

          That’s rare.

          • Last I saw, his name was attached to quite a few episodes from “The Boondocks” bearing several writing and directing credits on the series.

    • IcePrincess

      PIF is my favorite hood movie ever.

      • Val

        It doesn’t get the mentions it deserves.

        • One of my teachers actually did all the music for it outside of the main theme.

    • There’s enough people that aren’t queer saying shade and tea that would of kicked those same people out their home if they were their mother or father. It’s still a great movie.

    • Lisa Harris

      Krush Groove is 80s goodness.

    • Detroit Skater

      you serve / have no purpose in life if you haven’t seen cooley high!!

  • Marcus

    Im surprised nobody has mentioned “The Five Heartbeats”

    • nillalatte

      Robert Townsend… that goes way back. He has some amazing work.

      • Val

        I think Hollywood Shuffle is his best film so far.

        • (haven’t seen Hollywood Shuffle in full, either.)

          • Val

            Have a double feature night and see Hollywood Shuffle and Bamboozled.

            • Seent Bamboozled. Loved it. I somehow sow that and “Rosewood” back to back. I didn’t even want to SEE anything White after what those bitches did to Aunt Sarah.

              • Val

                Rosewood could cause a riot if shown at just the right time.

                • It’s still hard to watch. Like after “12 Years A Slave,” I needed a 24-hour Caucasian Break. Don’t look at me.

                  • Val

                    I’m still trying to psych myself up enough to see 12 Years A Slave. I figure I’ll be ready to see it by 2016.

                    • Meridian

                      You too? It took me forever to watch that movie. Fruitvale Station too. I watched both of them on a Friday night a couple months back. Man.

                    • Val

                      I haven’t seen Fruitvale Station either. I live in the Bay Area and see those cops all the time. I think I need to wait until I move to see it.

                    • I just seen it last week on HBO. Its a good movie, but knowing how it ends messes you up.

                    • Take a white tear cloth with you. You’ll need something to rip. Bastids.

                    • I’m pretty desensitized and it bothered me.

                    • menajeanmaehightower

                      Patsey’s story had you feeling some kind of way though. Like her innocence made you want to hold her and kill anyone who tried to break her.

                    • Aly

                      I watched about 10 minutes of it and turned it off. Just couldn’t do it. Maybe I’ll try again one of these days.

                  • nillalatte
                  • Meridian

                    Real.

                  • Tx10inch

                    Comin out yo house like….

                • Rachmo

                  You watch Rosewood once and then take a five year break from watching it again.

                  • *lifetime break

                    • Rachmo

                      Okay so it’s not just me who had to be one and done with that movie.

                    • I can’t watch Black trauma repeatedly.

                    • Rachmo

                      This is related/unrelated but I always wondered who was out here buying “Passion of the Christ” DVDs. Like did you really want to watch that twice?

                    • I’ve still never seen that movie.

                    • Jay

                      Me neither

                    • BreezyX2

                      Hardest thing I ever watched.

                    • The missed one of the stations of the cross. That will always bug me out.

                    • Meridian

                      Girl. I sobbed hard in that movie. I couldn’t even watch all of it and I haven’t watched it again. That isn’t something you pop in for dinner and movie.

                    • Rachmo

                      Yeah I was dooooone. Never saw it again. No thank you.

                    • amina

                      Literally, I was screaming “Look what they did to my JESUS!” I’m still amazed I wasn’t asked to leave the theater.

                    • Val

                      Right! I have a hard time seeing it the first time if I know that’s what a film is about.

                • I saw Rosewood on my first date with my husband. It’s not a first date movie. lol. But nothing like anger at The Man to bring two Black folk closer

                  • Your love must be solid… Solid as a rock! Bonus points for living in drivable distance to Rosewood and still watching that movie. That took major chutzpah.

                    • we did really “conscious” Black stuff when we were dating, like going to see the first Black-owned home in Tallahassee lol. Sometimes it cracks me up that actually worked for us.

                  • Tx10inch

                    I usually don’t let movies affect me but Rosewood and 12yrs a slave will really make you wanna hurt somebody….seriously.

                    • I walk around feeling everything. Scary movies give me nightmares and happy movies make me high. Rosewood? ALL OF THE TEARS AND THE RAGE.

                • menajeanmaehightower

                  I remember watching that movie in high school on HBO by myself and thinking that if a white person had been in my house there would have been some violence. That was the first and last time I have ever felt that enraged by a film.

            • Jay Howard Gatsby

              Bamboozled tried to foreshadowed Winston Jero- I mean, Tyler Perry, lowkey.

              • Val

                I was hoping no one would mention Tyler Perry on this entire thread.

          • miss t-lee

            Please rectify this soon.
            Promise?

          • Elowwole

            Negro…really? 1998 has done you a disservice.

    • Jay Howard Gatsby

      There was a time when Leon was as much a trope in Black movies as Samuel L. Jackson swearing and a family dinner scene with “big mama”

    • miss t-lee

      Totally singing, ” I Got Nothing But Love” right now.

      • Ain’t got no money….

      • Homer Alonzo La Rue

        The Big Red / Jidenna memes were winning abo a week ago. But he looks more like flash, IMO

    • Fun fact: Harry Lennix AKA “Dresser” is on Marvel’s “Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

      • BeautifullyHuman

        As well as The Blacklist.

      • Ummh…he isn’t on Agents of SHIELD. Maybe you mean the Man of Steel movie?

    • This is one of those movies that people seem to LOVE, but I never reeeeeally went crazy for. I know it’s “important,” but yeah. *shrug*

      • Rachmo

        It’s moreso campy awesomeness. Leon always ups the camp factor.

    • Elowwole

      We can’t think of everything, but I second that recommendation.

    • Back in the late 90s, Eddie Kane was a screen name I used. I stayed having people telling me that the world is my ashtray. Nights like this I wish that raindrops would fallllllll…

    • amina

      I gasped so loudly in my office, people thought a tragedy occurred. A Heart is a house for love! Great soundtrack.

    • pls

      nights like dis, i wish, rain drops would fa- ha-ha-ha-haaall

  • kidvideo

    *The Learning Tree
    *A Rage In Harlem
    *Superfly
    *DC Cab
    *City of God
    *School Daze
    *Sounder
    *Purple Rain
    *Chameleon Street
    *Fear of a Black Hat
    *Brother from a Another Planet
    *The Wiz
    *Flashdance
    *Which way is Up
    *Dolemite
    *The Education of Sonny Carson(“The ninja’s whole style is chump…”)
    *Beat Street

    • The ost for Sonny Carson is one of the greatest of all time.

    • “D.C. Cab” – one of Joel Schumacher’s early films. No one really knows about that tidbit- mostly because everyone associates him with the Batman franchise, “Falling Down” and “A Time To Kill”.

      Fun fact: He also wrote the screenplays for “Car Wash” and “The Wiz”- as you can see, he has his hand in more than a few Black films.

      • If I’m ever a guest on Bill Maher’s show I’m wearing a t-shirt with the cast of D.C. Cab on it.

        • For some reason, he likes to acts as if he wasn’t a comedian once- like he always talked about political issues. Dude, we got footage!!!

    • Val

      DC Cab is a nice little film. It’s best watched in the middle of the night.

    • The Wiz….excellent choice

    • Detroit Skater

      i was waiting for someone to mention the wiz. love that movie!

  • miss t-lee

    I saw Harlem Nights in the theatre at 11. Mad inappropriate… LOL
    I always remember this movie fondly, my older cousin took us to see it when he was babysitting us.
    He’s passed on, but whenever I see Harlem Nights I remember that day and laugh.

      • miss t-lee

        Lady Heroin!!!!

        • She got her pinkie toe shot off, LMAO!!!!!

          • miss t-lee

            Vera limping for the duration of the movie is hilarious.

      • And you know he’s never coming home again, right?

    • KKay

      I was twelve. My grandmother took us. She was the queen of letting us watch inappropriate stuff.

      • miss t-lee

        One time for cool azz family members!

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