Three minority college students bar hopping adventure is cut short before it even begins when a young white girl is found passed out on the floor of their rented house. Concerned about the worst possible scenario with police officers, they take the situation into their own inebriated hands and the emergency goes from really bad to worst.
Keith, Tim, and Aaron talk about the stand out acting performances, comparisons to other coming-of-age comedies, and the worthwhile, bold choices for the final act.
Emergency is available now at Amazon Prime.
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