Mo' Money


Mo' Money

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Small-time crook Johnny Stewart (Damon Wayans) decides to go straight to win a beautiful girl (Stacey Dash), and to prove it, he joins the mailroom of the credit-card firm for which she works. Needing money to impress her, Johnny steals a credit card, goes on a shopping spree and wins the girl. The story isn't over though, because a security guard who caught his theft on videotape is blackmailing Stewart to join his own credit-card ring. ~ John Bush, Rovi

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Damon Wayans
as Johnny Stewart
Stacey Dash
as Amber Evans
Marlon Wayans
as Seymour Stewart
Joe Santos
as Lt. Raymond Walsh
John Diehl
as Keith Heading
Harry Lennix
as Tom Dilton
Mark Beltzman
as Chris Fields
Larry Brandenburg
as Businessman
Alma Yvonne
as Charlotte
Dick Butler
as Ted Forrest
James Deuter
as Mr. Shift
Rondi Reed
as District Attorney
Gordon McClure
as Reverend Pimp Daddy
Richard Hamilton
as Judge Harold Lake
Ken Earl
as Bailiff
John Allen
as Jewelry Store Clerk
David Razowsky
as Jewelry Store Clerk
Pete Zahradnick
as Officer Deebs
Lorenzo Clemons
as Officer Royce
Will Zahrn
as Bum/Cop
Robert Swan
as Detective Lawrence
Victor Cole
as Sargeant Tan
Eddie B. Smith
as Large Man
Ted Topolski
as 1st Inmate
Tony A.C. Smith
as Guy on Toilet
Renee A. Lacour
as Rock's Mother
Jobe Cerny
as Patrolman
Allison Gordy
as Prostitute
Mollie Grabemann
as Receptionist
Alison Gordy
as Prostitute
Bernie Mac
as Club Doorman
Mik Scriba
as Transit Cop
William King
as Correction Officer
Irma P. Hall
as Lady on Phone
James Spinks
as Tracy Stewart
Kahil El Zabor
as Congo Player
Ben Lin
as Chinese Cook
Pat "Soul" Scaggs
as Token Booth Clerk
Lauro Lopez
as Dentist
Jimmy Woodard
as Man on Street
Edward Cushing
as Repairman
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Critic Reviews for Mo' Money

All Critics (24) | Top Critics (5) | Fresh (3) | Rotten (21)

  • Damon Wayans and his younger brother Marlon make a terrific comedy team in Mo' Money.

    Mar 26, 2009 | Full Review…

    Variety Staff

    Top Critic
  • Damon and Marlon are at their best in the opening comic sequences, which allow their chemistry to operate, but their pacing is disrupted by the ensuing formulaic thrills.

    Feb 9, 2006 | Full Review…

    Derek Adams

    Time Out
    Top Critic
  • Some of the humor in Mo' Money has a mean-spirited edge. And only in isolated moments is it as funny as its own title.

    May 20, 2003 | Rating: 3/5
  • The movie is described as an "action-comedy-romance," but it fails to work as any of the three.

    Jan 1, 2000 | Full Review…
  • While the screenplay weaves in a number of neatly drawn characters, MacDonald's direction fails to give the film an overall coherency.

    Jun 4, 2018 | Full Review…
  • It's a shame. A low down dirty shame. Or maybe I'm thinking of another Wayans family member.

    Jul 26, 2012 | Rating: C | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Mo' Money

  • Dec 17, 2015
    As much as I loved In Living Color I really wanted to like this movie.I also wanted to like this movie as much as I thought I once did.It was just OK.It held my attention for awhile but I noticed myself doing other things, forgetting it was on & having it on as background noise a few times.I think the best & funniest parts of the movie were the In Living Color type moments.The thing that amazed me about this movie was that it went from being a comedy to a romantic comedy to an action flick.I don't think I'd recommend anybody to go out of their way to see it but if it's on & absolutely nothing else is on, you're bored out of your mind then I'd tell you to watch it.Too be honest with you, Even then I'm not sure I'd tell you to watch it.There's probably another movie out there you could be watching
    Brody M Super Reviewer
  • Nov 30, 2009
    i have to say i loved this movie and i thought damon wayans and marlon wayans work great together and it was funny from start to finish the sotry aint the most complex or the best ive ever seen but cant take away how funny it was cant wait to see it again
    Lone W Super Reviewer
  • Mar 06, 2007
    This came out at the time In Living Color was very popular and this movie employs some of the same slapstick type of comedy. Marlon and Damon are funny as brothers/scam artists. A young Stacy Dash looks absolutely fantastic. This is one of the first and possibly the best of all the Wayans movies.
    Chad R Super Reviewer

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