House Party

House Party
House Party




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If you've got relatives who were hip hop fans in the 1980s or early 1990s they’ll know the uniquely coiffed duo Kid 'N Play. This fast-moving, vibrantly-coloured and exuberant American comedy sees Kid sneak out to a party at friend Play’s house after his strict father grounds him for brawling at school. Laughs follow, along with plenty of rapping and dancing, as Kid - with a flattop hairdo so high it’s nothing short of astonishing - is pursued by his dad, the cops, and three tough, bullying jocks from school he's offended. The film touches on a bunch of social issues from youth crime to safe sex, but is filled with a fun-loving, cheeky wit that ensures it’s far from heavy.

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Contains strong language

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