Blu-ray Review - Highway to Hell
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Blu-ray Review - I'm Gonna Git You Sucka


In the 1980s, the Wayans Family was just beginning their reign in Hollywood, with Damon Wayans finding his way to "Saturday Night Live," while Keenan Ivory Wayans established his sense of humor co-writing "Hollywood Shuffle" and the opening of "Eddie Murphy: Raw." 1988's "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" was the debutant ball for the clan of comedians, with Keenan making his directorial debut guiding a good chunk of his family through a send-up/celebration of the blacksploitation genre, ordering some of the men who were there originally to return to duty. Taking on a deadly serious set of films with an enormous reservoir of silliness, "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" is a gem in the vein of "Airplane" and "The Naked Gun," using satire and slapstick to generate huge laughs from unlikely sources. Read the rest at


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