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Mo' Money
Directed by Peter MacDonald
Damon Wayans
Produced by Eric L. Gold
Carl Craig (co-)
Damon Wayans (executive)
Written by Damon Wayans
Starring Damon Wayans
Marlon Wayans
Stacey Dash
Cinematography Don Burgess
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) July 24, 1992
Running time 97 minutes
Language English
Budget $15,000,000 (estimate)

Mo' Money is a 1992 romantic-crime-dramedy film, starring Damon Wayans, Marlon Wayans and Stacey Dash, and directed by Peter MacDonald. The screenplay was also written by Damon Wayans.

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Synopsis

Johnny Stewart (Damon Wayans) is a life-long con-man who meets a girl, Amber Evans (Stacey Dash), and tries to impress her by cleaning up his act and doing things the honest way.

He becomes a mailroom clerk at the credit card firm where she works and soon finds that he needs money to impress Amber. So, he develops a scheme to commit identity theft (though this term was not used for the crime in 1992) with the credit card information of deceased cardholders that he has access to due to his mailroom position. He justifies his actions because he knows that he is only stealing from the company and not harming the individual cardholders. With the help of his brother and fellow conman (Marlon Wayans), he charges large amounts of money to the cards with the intention of impressing Amber. The supervisor (who is responsible for a virtual stolen credit card empire) records Johnny stealing a returned credit card, and cons him into joining his credit card ring.

Cast

  • Damon Wayans — Johnny Stewart/ Anton Jackson(cameo)
  • Stacey Dash — Amber Evans
  • Joe Santos — Lt. Raymond Walsh
  • John Diehl — Keith Heading
  • Bernie Mac — Club Doorman
  • Harry J. Lennix — Tom Dilton
  • Marlon Wayans — Seymour Stewart
  • Mark Beltzman — Chris Fields
  • Quincy Wong — Eddie
  • Kevin Casey — Lloyd
  • Larry Brandenburg — Businessman
  • Garfield — Rock
  • Alma Yvonne — Charlotte
  • Richard E. Butler — Ted Forrest
  • Matt Doherty — Kid
  • Evan Lionel Smith — Detective Mills
  • Kári sig - THE MAN
  • Rondi Reed - District Attorney

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