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House Party 3

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Eric Meza
Produced by Carl Craig
Cindy Hornickel
Doug McHenry
George Jackson
Helena Echegoyen
Janet Grillo
Written by David Toney
Takashi Bufford
Based on Characters Created By
Reginald Hudlin
Starring Christopher "Kid" Reid
Christopher "Play" Martin
Bernie Mac
Angela Means
and Michael Colyar
as 'Showboat'
TLC
Music by David Allen Jones
Cinematography Anghel Decca
Editing by Tom Walls
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Starmedia Home Entertainment
Release date(s) January 12, 1994
Running time 93 min.
Country U.S.A.
Language English
Gross revenue $19,281,235[1]
Preceded by House Party 2
Followed by House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute

House Party 3 is a 1994 comedy film, starring Kid 'n Play and Bernie Mac. It is the third installment of the House Party film series, and the last film in the series to feature Kid 'n Play.

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Plot

Kid (Christopher "Kid" Reid) is taking the plunge and marrying his girlfriend Veda (Angela Means), while his friend Play (Christopher "Play" Martin) is dipping his fingers into the music business and attempting to manage a roughneck female rap act called Sex as a Weapon (TLC). Play books the ladies for a concert with heavy-hitting promoter Showboat (Michael Colyar), but when they decide to fire Play and hire a new manager, he has to figure out how to deliver them to the show or face the wrath of Showboat's female security force. Things eventually begin to spiral out of control for the two, as Play is also planning the bachelor party while trying to keep Kid's three younger cousins from Detroit (Immature) in line, and Kid's former flame Sydney (Tisha Campbell) has come back to town, which is news that doesn't please Veda at all. With help from Play and his loud-mouthed Uncle Vester (Bernie Mac), Kid learns a valuable lesson about love.

Tagline: This bachelor party's gonna' bring down the house!

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