Next Friday
Next Friday (2000)

In this sequel to the urban comedy Friday, rap music star Ice Cube returns as Craig Jones, a streetwise man from South Central Los Angeles who has a knack for getting into trouble. This time out, Craig is still trying to outsmart… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: January 12, 2000
DVD Release Date: June 1, 2004
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Consensus: Next Friday lacks the fun of the original Friday. The movie is messy and plotless and relies on unfunny vulgar gags.

Ernest Hardy

Next Friday is a truly awful film.

Tom Keogh

Next Friday will eventually be remembered as a disposable farce, but one that leaves a happy memory.

Nell Minow
Common Sense Media

Lazy, dumb, and misogynistic.

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Steve Murray
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The flick could use Chris Tucker, co-star of the first Friday, AWOL in the sequel. He probably took a look at the script and realized this sequel was no reason to shout, 'T.G.I.F.'

Jonathan Foreman
New York Post

The real problem with Next Friday is that the whole movie is so ineptly written and directed that its 90 minutes seem to take twice as long.

David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

[Cube abandons] the heavy-on-dialogue rhythm in favor of needless subplots rife with hijinks.

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Jay Carr
Boston Globe

One measure of its desperation and lack of respect for its audience is the frequency with which it labors to wring humor from flatulence and excrement gags.

Jeff Millar
Houston Chronicle

Its humor batting average would earn anybody an MVP.

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Eric Monder
Film Journal International

Still, in the Wayans Brothers tradition, a few of the vignettes are savvy and effective.

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Flixster Audience Score: 76% Flixster User Reviews
Eugene Bernabe
Although far less memorable than the original, Next Friday still is able to produce some laughter, even when the film is obviously inconsistent, immoral and… More
Derek Daniels
Probably the weakest out of the trilogy, but still not that bad. The Mexican guy is super-annoying and very stereotypical, but a break from the big-as-fuck… More
Conner Rainwater
A half wit follow up to a semi-descent movie. When Chris Tucker won't sign up for a sequel, it's usually a bad sign. Mike Epps was a horrible addition… More
Rachel F
Hilarious. I think it was just as good as the first one.
Tim Salmons
A decent sequel.
EightThirty .
Part 1 was better...I like the Vacuum scene, that was funny ^_^