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Lil' Pimp (2005)


This is not an official review since I saw this movie about a year ago, and therefore I can't remember it accurately. However, I will still suggest that you go out and see Lil' Pimp, although some may find it crude and very offensive.

Lil' Pimp is the story of a young boy who doesn't fit in with any of the kids at school. His only friend is his talking gerbil Weathers (voiced by Ludacris!). One day on his way to the park, he mistakenly follows a hooker (voiced by Lil' Kim...is this movie great or what?) to a bar named "The Playground". There he meets a pimp named Fruit Juice and decides that he too wants to become a pimp. After a series of trials, he sheds his own personality to become Lil' Pimp, much to the dismay of his mother. Eventually Lil' Pimp goes on to save the town from an evil mayor (voiced by William Shatner. Yes, the William Shatner).

This movie is definitely not going to stand the test of time, but despite this I find it to be hillarious. Unfortunately, almost no one will watch it, because no one has ever heard of it. As a word of warning though, this is a fairly obscene movie. Everyone swears, there are a few graphic sex scenes, and there's this weird molesting midget that kind of freaked me out. However, for those willing to overlook the crudeness, this is as original a movie as you can get, and I recommend it. For me, seeing an animated six year old spout off pimp slang makes for an enriching experience.

I LOVED THE MOVIE LIL PIMP BECAUSE IT SHOW YOU HOW ONE YOUNG PERSON CAN SAVE SOMETHING THAT COULD GOT TOOKEN AWAY. THAT MOVIE SHOW THAT THE PRESIDENT WOULD BE SNEAKY AND NASTY ALSO. I WOULDN'T GIVE A DAMN IF IT WAS THE MAYOR OR THE GOVERNMENT. OKAY HOLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!!!!!!!

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