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Plot: Young Kid has been invited to a party at his friend Play's house. But after a fight at school, Kid's father grounds him. None the less, Kid sneaks out when his father falls asleep. But Kid ... Runtime: 100 mins Release Date: 09 Mar 1990
The Mother of All Party Movies!!!!!! (by jmcgee321)
If you want to have a party in your mind, where just drift far far away. Than look no further, because writer/director Reginald Hudlin has made not only one of the best Afro-Americans based film. But also one of the most copied haircuts in recent history.Play Christopher Martin is having this banging HOUSE PARTY with buddy Bilal Martin Lawrence DJing. But their best friend Kid Christopher Reid can't go because he's Pops Robin Harris in a terrific performance grounded him. So he sneaks out to join the party, but face neighborhood bullies Full Force and the fact that two girls <more>
Tisha Campbell & A.J. Johnson like him and wants him to choose between them.The dance scenes are amazing and the songs are still hype. The acting is great, especially by the late Robin Harris, who will have you laughing at every scene he's in. And George Clinton's cameo is absolutely funny as hell. So enjoy the movie that gave birth to HOW HIGH, SOUL PLANE, and of course CLASS ACT in some ways.
Very, very entertaining and landmark effort (by pwmoses)
This film is so good, it actually gets better upon repeat viewings. You always notice something funny that you didn't see before. Case in point: Robin Harris tour de force performance as Kid's father. The music was excellent, and the battle scene between Kid and Play was outstanding. The safe sex message was well integrated within the fabric of the story without seeming forced. Most importantly, Kid and Play did a very credible acting job. Along with Tupac, Ice Cube and sometimes Ice T, they make actor/rappers look very good.
HOUSE PARTY! (by Beaumont-4)
HOUSE PARTY! Finally, a real party movie! Forget all that "Animal House" and Jennifer Love Hewitt teenybopper c**p. This is a movie about black teens dancing all night long to ol' skool, upsetting an old fart of a neighbor, the police, and Kid's the main character dad. Groove and Chill were hilarious, but John Witherspoon's character, Mr. Strickland, was the funniest. Too bad he only showed up for a few minutes. The sequels suck.
One of the funniest urban comedies ever made (by DunnDeeDaGreat)
House Party is sort of like a urban take on Risky Business in the sense that boy has party when parents go out of town for the weekend but the comparison end there. Kid and Play make one of the first hip hop films of the nineties which had a plot. Many young black comedic actors got their start in this film like Martin Lawerence and AJ Johnson. But the true comedic talent in the film is the late Robin Harris. The world only knows what Harris could have done. The script is smart and the direction by Regiland Hudlin is good.
The ultimate house party (by JonTMarin816)
Fresh off the success of their 1988 debut album 2 Hype, Kid N Play was seen as marketable to mainstream America while hip hop was also burgeoning into mainstream. The former back up dancers turned hip hop superstars was casted as leads for two then unknown directors going by the name The Hudlin Bros. The rest is history. 1990's hip hop teen comedy House Party was an indie success and left footprints forever in the evolution of hip hop. Kid is still trying to get over the death of his mom and lives with his widower father Robin Harris . He gets into a scuffle at school with bullies Full <more>
Force and when his father finds out, he is grounded. Being that he was grounded, it was preventing him from going to the "party of the year" being held by his friend Play. He decides to sneak out and go to the party. These events will lead to one crazy night. House Party is hilarious. Like one of the greatest comedies you'll ever see hilarious. Not only is it hilarious, but it captures the essence of early 90s hip hop culture. Positive lyrics, the flat top, jheri curls, the door knocker earrings, loud colors, Air Jordans, and who could ever forget the Kid N Play toe tap dance? House Party is the ultimate hip hop film that offer laughs even almost 20 years into its existence. House Party would go on to create a career for a unknown comedian named Martin Lawrence, spawn 2 sequels, a Kid N Play cartoon and its one liners are forever remembered by hip hop enthusiasts worldwide. House Party is definitely one of the greatest comedies I've seen and one of my favorite films of all time.House Party - ***1/2 out of ****
Rated R for Language and Some Sexuality House Party is a teen comedy film starring early 90's rappers "Kid N Play" and the rap group "Full Force".Now outside of these movies I've never heard of these rappers and I am pretty big on early 90's rap music.But they should have been bigger.They rap in this film and there raps are pretty funny and catchy.Anyway I saw this film when I was 10 or 11 and I enjoyed it then.Now Im 15 and I re-watched it today and it is even funnier now.Probably because I am now a teenager and I can relate to the characters.The film is about <more>
a teen who gets into a fight at school after a bully insults his dead mother.Because of this, his father will not let him go to the party Play is throwing.He really wants to go, so he sneaks out of the house and gets to the party trying to avoid the bullies that he fought earlier.The plot's pretty simple but the film is very funny and has catchy rap songs.If you want to watch a fun comedy film, watch House Party.I haven't seen House Party 2 or 3 but I will fairly soon.
I will never forget the first time I saw this movie. BOOM - this is a real party movie and the sounds are so great. Then there are the haircuts. You gotta check out the haircuts! And the wicked funny script. Boys and girls..... This is entertainment.
The Party is Definitely More than Meets the Eye (by StevePulaski)
House Party predates the iconic and memorable start of the Friday franchise five years and is also one of the many, hilarious African American Comedies out there. We don't get many of these classic, retro, 80's and 90's style black movies anymore like we used too. The latest one that crosses my mind at the moment is the recent Lottery Ticket that, judging from the film's trailer, has the style, humor, and looks of a Friday film with Ice Cube not as Craig and some other similarities I won't dig into at this time. Though it undoubtedly wont surpass the humor brought by Ice <more>
Cube and Chris Tucker in the 1995 Comedy, it will most likely bring cute one liners and have an essence of the feeling while being it's own thing.Kid 'n Play and DJ Jazzy Jeff/The Fresh Prince were icons and the rap duos way back in the 80's 90's. They are the true definition of hip-hop with their amusing, yet cheesy music videos, and energetic beats combined with clever lines in their songs. We even get the memorable and respectable rap battle between Kid n' Play which is the film's ultimate turn for the best. We get some of the most fluent rhymes and a beat composed by Martin Lawrence to satisfy as well. It's definitely the most energetic point in the film and without the had the most thought put into it.Kid n' Play play are themselves with a simple plot amongst them. Kid wants to go to a party held by Play, but after a run in with the school bully, his father Pops played by the late Robin Harris, whom died nine days after the release of the film prevents him from going and makes him remain in the house all night. Kid sneaks out and heads to Play's party in hopes of having his way with the girl, or girls, of his dreams. The one thing in the way of his dreams is the school bully and his two goons trying to make Kid sorry for his "accidental" run in in the lunch room.It's a simple story, but to my surprise, the movie is not all about the house party as the title, cover, and storyline would suggest. It's actually a heartfelt, meaningful story about friendship, love, and doing what you think is right. When introduced to Kid we are given the misleading impression he is a "goodie-goodie" kid with nothing on his mind that would ever lead to trouble. Instead when the movie picks up we learn Kid's wild side and the antics never stop when they start.Another thing very cool about this film are the colors. Bright, vibrant texture is put to the test here and the colorful and artistic blend work well in creating a very unique setup. Also with the classic hip-hop tracks constantly played in the movie, it's almost feels like one 100 minute musical/music video, since most videos back in the 90's had a cheesy, colorful set with energetic music and a track with sensible lyrics. Overall, House Party is definitely a party. With the all star African American cast, enjoyable songs, vibrant colors, and a retro feeling to top it off, it's the ultimate party movie, and Kid n' Play are the icing on the cake.Starring: Christopher "Kid" Reid, Christopher "Play" Martin, Full Force, Martin Lawrence, A.J. Johnson, Tisha Campbell,, and Daryl "Chill" Mitchell.
A classic, and one of the best hip hop movies (by jadavix)
"House Party" is a classic cult flick and an excellent document of late-Eighties/early-Nineties hip-hop music and style.The movie is never anything less than entertaining, and often laugh-out-loud funny.People may have forgotten the hip hop duo Kid 'n Play, who were among the first to bring rap to a younger and less hardcore audience, a la Will Smith. This is unfair: they were fine rappers, and even decent actors. Surprisingly though, "House Party" is the Kid show. Play doesn't make as much of an impression.There are few wonders to behold as impressive as Kid's <more>
geometrically perfect high-top fade hairdo. I would love to see how a hairdresser pulls that off.It's interesting that the only white characters in the movie are authority figures: a principal and two sort-of racist cops. But that's also just another reason to love it; how many majority African American movies have there been, before or since?