Brewster's Millions

Brewster's Millions
Brewster's Millions




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Being offered the chance to inherit $300 million sounds like a dream come true. But for baseball player Monty Brewster, it's not quite that simple - because, when a rich uncle passes away and leaves him exactly that sum, there is a strange condition attached. In order to claim the rest of the money, Monty must first spend $30 million in 30 days - but without ending up with anything to show for it. This hilarious movie gives a showcase to one of the greatest comics of all time - the brilliant Richard Pryor.


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This film has a few uses of moderate bad language

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