Father-to-be Alan is shocked to learn that he was born a sextuplet. With his newfound brother Russell riding shotgun, the duo sets out on a hilarious journey to reunite with their remaining long-lost siblings.
The comedy SEXTUPLETS tells the story of Alan, an expectant father who grew up believing he was an only child. While searching for his birth mother, Alan comes face-to-face with a brother he never knew existed, Russell, who helps him uncover their secret status as sextuplets (all played by Marlon Wayans). Soon they begin a spontaneous road trip to track down their additional siblings, but not before Alan wonders whether exploring his roots was a huge mistake.Written by
Written by Nija Charles, Anuel AA (as Emmanuel Gazmey), Fabolous (as John Jackson), Nikolas Papamitrou and Meek Mill (as Robert Williams)
Performed by Meek Mill
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Mildly Amusing - Instantly Forgettable
I wouldn't say one of the worst films I've ever seen, but by far, not the best.
The usual type of silly Wayaness that passes for comedy in their household. I giggled momentarily once or twice, but ask me after a few hours of watching to recall one single scene and I can't.
Very low on laughs, but if there's nothing else taking your eye at the time it might bring amusement for a short time of watching.
Marlon Wayans, though is fairly good at all the characters and the prosthetics are much better than 'White Chicks'.
Don't be looking for side splitting laughter or a film to tell your friends about because this isn't it. It's more of a guilty pleasure type film, nothing more.
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