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SPRUNG

What You Need To Know:

SPRUNG is a sex comedy for African-Americans inferior to the recently released BOOTY CALL. With little comic entertainment, this movie has very graphic sex scenes and a throw-away plot. Montel and Clyde and Brandy and Adina, find their lives complicated by a new romance. The four meet at a local party. Adina has a noisy sexual encounter with Clyde, while Montel and Brandy slowly fall in love. Clyde and Adina disapprove of the romance between Montel and Brandy. The evil duo devise a scheme to trap Montel in a compromising situation and then invite Brandy to catch him in the act and hence, prove that Montel is unfaithful.

The production quality of the movie is mediocre, ill-planned and under-produced. The script suffers in many areas, most significantly in its utter dependence on foul language which punctuates the entire film. The movie is about one thing in particular − sex, and contains a great amount of graphic sexual content, foul language, drinking, illegal drug use, and scantly clad women. There is no moral foundation in this movie, other than learning to trust those you love. The problem is, the film makers mix up sex with love

Content:

(Pa, LLL, SSS, NN, A, D, M) Pagan worldview of young people looking for sex; 68 obscenities, 38 vulgarities & 11 profanities; multiple graphic sex scenes; numerous revealing outfits; alcohol use; marijuana use; and, lying

More Detail:

SPRUNG is a sex comedy for African Americans inferior to the recently released BOOTY CALL. With little comic entertainment, this movie has some very graphic sex scenes and a throw-away plot. Montel and Clyde, and Brandy and Adina, find their lives complicated by a new romance. The four meet at a local party. Adina (Paula Jai Parker), the “gold digger”, mistakes Clyde (Joe Torry) for a wealthy man and nearly jumps into his arms as the two of them disappear out the door for Clyde’s bedroom, leaving the lanky and awkward Montel (Rusty Cundieff) and the beautiful Brandy (Tisha Campbell) fending for themselves.

Brandy and Montel hit it off by the end of the evening and within a few scenes find themselves deeply in love. Clyde and Adina on the other hand, find themselves at odds. After a graphic sexual encounter, Adina discovers that Clyde is broke and leaves in a huff, taking his keys. She drives off in his borrowed Porsche and files charges against him for rape at the police department. He is arrested and put in a line up.

Now arch enemies, Clyde and Adina find themselves on the same side of a common fight, however, when they disapprove of the romance between Montel and Brandy. They scheme to trap Montel in a compromising situation with another woman and arrange for Brandy to catch Montel in the act to prove that Montel is unfaithful.

The scheme works, all too well. Montel and Brandy drive Clyde and Adina nuts because they’re both so devastated by their breakup. In a last ditch effort to correct matters, the schemers set the lovers up in a posh suite, issuing each a dinner invitation, which results in a happily-ever-after finish.

The production quality of the movie is mediocre, ill-planned and under-produced. The script suffers in many areas, most significantly in its utter dependence on foul language which punctuates the entire film. (Some of this language are black-against-black racial slurs – certainly not an advancement in African-American culture.)

The movie is about one thing in particular − sex, and contains a great amount of graphic sexual content, foul language, drinking, illegal drug use, and scantly clad women. In one scene near the beginning of the movie, a couple fornicate loudly, making it seem almost like pornography. There is no moral foundation in this movie, other than learning to trust those you love. The problem is, the film makers mix up sex with love.

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Now more than ever we’re bombarded by darkness in media, movies, and TV. Movieguide® has fought back for almost 40 years, working within Hollywood to propel uplifting and positive content. We’re proud to say we’ve collaborated with some of the top industry players to influence and redeem entertainment for Jesus. Still, the most influential person in Hollywood is you. The viewer.

What you listen to, watch, and read has power. Movieguide® wants to give you the resources to empower the good and the beautiful. But we can’t do it alone. We need your support.

You can make a difference with as little as $7. It takes only a moment. If you can, consider supporting our ministry with a monthly gift. Thank you.

Movieguide® is a 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible.


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