Mo' Money
Mo' Money (1992)

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… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Drama, Comedy
Release Date: June 18, 2002
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Critic Score: 13% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Variety Staff
Variety

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

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Hal Hinson
Washington Post

The movie is described as an "action-comedy-romance," but it fails to work as any of the three.

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Film4

Only managing to come up with routine action, director Macdonald delivers few thrills, and the comedy doesn't last far beyond the first reel.

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Derek Adams
Time Out

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.

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Brian Orndorf
BrianOrndorf.com

It's a shame. A low down dirty shame. Or maybe I'm thinking of another Wayans family member.

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Michael Dequina
TheMovieReport.com

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Janet Maslin
New York Times

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.

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TV Guide's Movie Guide

Entertaining enough and funny enough, and cannily includes all the elements that entice popularity. But, perhaps after reaping the rewards for this film, Wayans will put his obvious talents toward a project that isn't about making more money.

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Luke Y. Thompson
New Times

One or two laughs, but hardly worth a rental.

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Flixster Audience Score: 51% Flixster User Reviews
Chad Roesti
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… More