big money hustlasIt’s been a long month since the last time we saw Cheeseball Cinema due to the fact that we celebrated the great holiday of Halloween. But now it’s time to get back into business with all sorts of posts and here is our first Cheeseball Cinema and it’s a film from the guys from ICP (Insane Clown Posse) in a film called Big Money Hustlas. The film is an homage to all the 70’s blaxploitation films that stars Shaggy 2 Dope as Sugar Bear, a legendary cop who comes to Detroit to try and take down the biggest gangster in town in Big Baby Sweets (Violent J). He’ll have to go through hell and with the worst cop on the force (Harland Williams) in order to do so. The film also stars Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child of Twiztid as Big Stank and Lil Poot, John G. Brennan (The Jerky Boys) as The Chief, The Misfits (Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, Jerry Only, Michale Graves, and Dr. Chud), Rudy Ray Moore (Dolemite) as Dolemite, Mick Foley (WWE Superstar) as Cactus Sac, Fred Berry (What’s Happening) as Bootleg Greg, Jumpsteady (Big Money Rustlas) as Hack Benjamin, Kamal Ahmed (The Jerky Boys) as Old Man Kissel, and the film was directed by John Cafiero (Ramones Raw).

HustlasAfter taking the time in my day to actually watch this film, one of the things that I noticed about the film is that this could have easily been a Troma film just because their styles were the same. It just felt like a Troma from beginning to end which was pretty cool and definitely qualified this film for Cheeseball Cinema. This is definitely one of the cheesiest films I have ever seen besides the Troma films (like I said), but it was enjoyable to watch at the same time. You sort of have to take into consideration that these were all underground musicians who took the time to write and create their own film no matter how cheesy. They even poked fun at the fact throughout the whole film as they broke the fourth wall constantly and reminded you of what they could do with the budget of the film and what they couldn’t. Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child were definite highlights of this movie as those boys could act and it was fun to see Mick Foley who also poked fun at himself as well. As far as T&A is concerned, there is one good scene unless you are one of those guys whose into very big women and if you are there is plenty of that in this film for a certain amount of time. Harland Williams does a pretty decent job in this film, but at times he can be a little too much. One of the guys I enjoyed in this film was John G. Brennan who played the Chief  as he was absolutely priceless to me. On a scale of one being close to an A-List Hollywood film and five being the cheesiest film of all time, I am going to give this film an 3.9 for a final grade. Believe me, you know what you are getting when you watch this film, but it was fun as it was cheesy.

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