Where's the Money

5.1| 1h26m| R| en| More Info
Released: 20 October 2017 Released
Producted By: Boies/Schiller Film Group
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A quick witted young man from the streets of South Central must rush a lily-white USC fraternity to recover a stash of stolen money.



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Hottoceame The Age of Commercialism
FeistyUpper If you don't like this, we can't be friends.
Beystiman It's fun, it's light, [but] it has a hard time when its tries to get heavy.
ThrillMessage There are better movies of two hours length. I loved the actress'performance.
vanceschussler Right from the start it kept my attention, excellent acting and story line. haven't laughed so hard since Porkys back in the eightys. very entertaining!
swurly2008 After my son fell out of the window of his fraternity house and impaled his head on a beer bottle he was feeling really down, as he now only possessed 1/4 of his brain. I'm happy to say though that after watching this movie he was in a much better mood! The comedy seemed as if it was created specifically for him! With his improved mood I'm more optimistic that he'll be able to complete his schooling and get his degree in personal training!
direnkaya I loved the hints on racial slurs and the fraternity's fight to avoid breaking the law while going after the proceedings of accepting new members. Especially, the 'nerdy' frat boy Clarke (Josh Brener) is a contrast when it comes to catching up with trigger warnings about racism. I wish Kat Graham's character Alicia was more in action because I really enjoyed her scene with frat boy Brock (Devon Werkheiser). She can pull scenes that show her in charge so well. What I didn't expect was the on screen chemistry between Kat and Devon.
thenorthremembers-86983 This was a well scripted comedy with topics relating directly to the current generation and its hilarious af lol. Bach and Logan Paul crack me the eff up yo lol This shits too funny. To the big names in the film to the new on screen faces, everyone did an amazing job. And of course the gorgeous Kat Graham was on point! :D Great work fam!