for strong language, drug use and sexual content
1 hr. 33 min.
Year of Release:
, Tamala Jones, Tom “Tiny” Lister Jr., John Witherspoon
New Line Cinema
I guess you had to see the first movie of this series to think it was funny because I never saw “Friday,” and I didn’t think “Next Friday” was that entertaining. It’s not worth the six dollars to get in.
Wyatt Avery, age 15
I thought the movie needed help. The star in the first one, Chris Tucker, was needed in this sequel to make it good. I think the movie, although being dumb, was absolutely funny.
I thought it was alright. You can’t expect a lot from this movie to up hold a Christian view because there is none in it.
Marie, age 21
This movie is funny, but has things like profane language and glorifies sexual behavior. “Next Friday” is a movie that should offend believers. This does not mean we can’t go and see movies like “Friday” to see the trash that surrounds the movie-making industry.
Tristan Frazier, age 17
…a very sick film trying to pass itself off as a comedy.
Focus on the Family
…most of the humor is about as fresh as the air left behind whenever Witherspoon uses a toilet.
Susan Wloszczyna, USA Today