Tha' Crib (2004)

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A hilarious urban comedy when Valerie is left alone in her parent's house for her 18th birthday. Risky Business meets House Party when shooting a music video on her property makes Valerie's house the hottest party ticket of the year.


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18 July 2014 | jt_k
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| Godawful. Truly godawful.
This was the single worst thing I've ever sat through, and once, on a plane, I (as a captive audience on a double digit flight) was forced to watch "Glitter" by an ex.

It's almost worth obtaining this to see just how bad a 'film' can be. Appearing like it's shot on a VHS camcorder, "Tha Crib" barely attempts to cobble together a storyline to narrate through implausible scene after implausible scene. I genuinely have no idea what actually happened in the film (despite paying attention) although it appeared to involve magic creation of a record studio, producer role, music video, swimming pool, budget for cars and requirement for women, all of which appeared with wild abandon and zero cause and then disappeared in the same manner.

I revived my account purely to spare others, and the only reason it's gained 1/10 is because 0/10 is no longer a voting option.

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Release Date:

2004

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Los Angeles, California, USA

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