House Party 2

Synopsis: When Kid's college money is stolen by a crooked music promoter, Play's solution is to stage the 'mutha' of all pajama parties. Starring Kid 'n Play and Martin Lawrence.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Music
Production: New Line Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
21%
R
Year:
1991
94 min
942 Views


Now I lay me down to sleep.

I pray the Lord my soul to keep.

Pop, I guess you're up there

in heaven...

so you know

I'm a little nervous.

Tomorrow's my first day

of college.

I really wish you were here.

And, Pop, about that party...

You were right to whup my ass.

This final exam is truly

an extraordinary piece of work.

This student has succinctly

summarized everything...

he's learned here

at this university...

Nothing!

You f***ed up!

Christopher,

you've wasted your mind...

and a mind

is a terrible thing to waste.

Do you know what your punishment

is going to be?

The Deans...

of Discipline!

And we're gonna kick

your f***in' ass.

Help!

No. Me, Play.

Are you having a nightmare?

You been keeping me up

all night.

What the hell's wrong?

It was for real.

I dreamed I was in college.

I messed up real bad.

See? A nightmare, man.

That's your sign.

You shouldn't go.

Listen.

Boy, I'm trying to make you

a responsible person.

Damn, I'm late.

You know something?

You'd forget your dick

if it wasn't screwed on.

I'm sorry.

I'm just running late.

You know, I'm really gonna

miss this place.

After Pops died, I didn't know

what I was gonna do.

You're the most disorganized

human being I know.

Your folks were great

for letting me stay here.

Yo, man, you don't gotta go.

The way we kicked it at

the community center last week...

We had the girls screaming.

The skins were in.

- You want to watch the car?

- It was hype, I guess.

I don't understand what's going

on with this college thing.

Who knows who could have been

at the center that night?

One of those talent scouts...

You know, for them producers?

We could get paid.

Not every successful person

went to college.

Play, you know I promised Pops.

Why you sweatin' me, man?

Oh, I gotta go get my picture.

I'll get your picture.

Just straighten up.

You're making me look bad.

I couldn't sleep last night.

Our first day of college.

Can you believe it?

I couldn't sleep last night,

either.

You sure you still want to go?

Kid, what are you talking about?

This is a whole new world.

New people, new experiences.

A roommate.

She's an upperclassman.

I can't wait to meet her.

Yeah, new rules.

No curfew.

You do plan to learn something,

don't you?

Yeah, I guess.

I'm gonna be late

for my grandma...

and you are gonna be late

for the church.

I'll see you on campus.

Oh, oh, before you go...

It's just a little something...

a little something

I wanted to give you.

Let those guys at college

know whose girl you are.

This is so nice. Thank you.

See you later.

Ain't you giving me something

to let people know I'm your man?

We're gonna be late.

Come on, let's go.

When I was in the house,

I was just thinking.

What, Play?

Is school really worth

breaking up a team like we got?

What are you talking about?

Could you keep your feet

on the mat?

Oh, sorry.

This is a great day

for First Corinthians Church.

- Amen.

- Amen.

A great day for this community.

But most important, a great day

for young Christopher.

We are very proud of you.

You have suffered the tragic

loss of your father...

but you have not lost your way.

We are proud because

you have taken the high road...

and not the low road...

unlike some

of our other youngsters...

who shall remain nameless.

Today...

we are sending one young man...

from this fortress of Jesus

to a citadel of higher learning.

So...

In honor of his father

Who was loved by this church

Christopher Robinson Jr.

Why don't you come on up?

I want to thank all of you...

for making it possible for me

to go to college.

That was my pop's dream.

I know if he were here,

he'd be very proud of me...

and very grateful to all of you

for putting your trust in me.

I won't let you down.

Sheila, they just rolled in.

Yeah, cool.

I think everything's gonna

just go smooth.

What are we doing at your job?

I thought you took the day off

to drive me to school.

A little surprise for my man.

What?

Not what, who,

and if I told your ass...

it wouldn't be a surprise,

so do me a favor...

and come on.

Wait a minute.

What about my stuff?

Kid, it'll be OK.

I don't see the junk man coming.

Oh, that's real funny, Play.

Just 'cause you got a ride

named ForPlay...

don't mean you gotta start

dissing my sh*t.

ForPlay... What kind of name

is that for a car, anyway?

Just come on.

Hold up. My scholarship check.

She's the one

that discovered The Boyz.

- For real?

- Word.

Her scout was in the house

at the community center.

She can get us in the studio...

even get us a phat record deal.

Don't blow this for me, man.

Come on.

Yeah, my eight o'clock.

- Good. Thank you.

- Didn't I give you inventory?

Get to work.

Kid 'N Play.

Sheila Landreaux.

Rick played me the tape

you sent.

Rick... That's her talent scout.

All the big names have scouts.

Remember that.

And, frankly,

I got very excited.

And I've heard a lot of stuff.

But that's yesterday's news.

Today's headline...

is "Kid 'N Play."

Gentlemen...

I'm willing to make

a commitment to you...

if you're willing

to make a commitment to me.

She's ready to commit.

Wait a minute.

What do you mean by "commit"?

I'm willing to commit...

in financing

and producing your demo...

and you...

will commit

at every waking moment...

in taking Kid 'N Play

to the top of the charts.

Look, I can't do this.

Wait a minute. What's going on?

Let me talk to him, please.

Kid, what do you mean you can't?

I can't do this and school.

You gonna kick this to the curb

for school?

With the money we could make,

you could buy your own school.

Look, you saw all those people

in the church.

And Pops... I can't let them down.

Excuse me.

Maybe I could talk to your dad.

- Maybe she could talk...

- Look, I don't think so.

Kid, listen.

Sheila, wait a minute.

F***!

Here we are.

Oh, yes. Join the Mardi Gras.

Come on.

What's up with the soldiers?

Come on, Kid, man,

this ain't your style.

Oh, yes, boogie fever.

That's a fraternity.

Well, maybe that I can get with.

What's up with her clothes, man?

Look how involved everybody is.

Look.

Look at all this school spirit.

What's up with the pigs?

Yo, watch the car.

Thanks for helping.

Yo, just watch the car.

You're just mad

about the record deal.

No, I'm mad about you

f***ing up the finish.

You gonna get ill,

or you gonna help?

You wanted to be Joe College...

you be Joe College.

Yo, G, hold up.

I'll be with you in a minute.

Yo, what up, black?

What's going on, man?

Name's Jamal.

Why you buggin', man?

'Cause I'm white?

Yo, you want some bean pie?

Rick, we've run into

a serious problem here.

We have half of a fabulous team.

Unless, uh...

Unless that's all we need.

I can do the session.

I can do it.

But it was both of you

on the tape.

Whoa, wait a minute now.

I'm the one who came up

with the whole Kid 'N Play idea.

I wrote all the lyrics.

The only thing that guy ever did

was just put his name first.

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Rusty Cundieff

George Arthur "Rusty" Cundieff (born December 13, 1960) is an American film and television director, actor, and writer known for his work on Fear of a Black Hat (1993), Tales from the Hood (1995), and Chappelle's Show (2003-2006). more…

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