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A sloppy, poorly directed action-comedy, All About the Benjamins is too derivative and gratuitously violent.
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Directed by Kevin Bray, whose crisp framing, edgy camera work, and wholesale ineptitude with acting, tone and pace very obviously mark him as a video helmer making his feature debut.
The home-run performances of Cube and Epps are handicapped by inept and illogical action sequences.
Goes a long way on hedonistic gusto.
In this refreshingly shameless celebration of money and expensive stuff, director Kevin Bray grabs every retro action-film cliché.
Mugging, not robbery, is the name of the game.
Something puddles to nothing in this relentless Miami sun.
Violent film for Ice Cube. He can do better.
They failed to get a consistently funny script or a director capable of effectively staging an action scene.
This one is a waste of your Washingtons.
I could go on and on about how funny this film is, because it is truly great comedy.
It plays like a by-the-numbers action flick that happens to have a few funny lines in it. It is barely watchable.
Hit and miss as far as the comedy goes and a big ole' miss in the way of story.
Mike Epps, the worst stand up I've ever seen.
Bucum: Shoot out the back tire!
Reggie: Who do you think I am, Mel Gibson?
A stupid funny buddy-action-comedy that works because of how well Cube and Mike Epps get along. A lot of fun to watch, with nothing else to it, but still funny enough. And Eva Mendez is always welcome, so that also helps. Funny parts and decent action.
Enjoyable black comedy. But Bad Boys is the definitive. Some good moments - especially the scenes with the stun gun and Eva Mendes is prety wacky - but a good action flick for a night in.
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