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March 4, 1990 | JOHN M. WILSON
Reginald and Warrington Hudlin are behind schedule in the great Hollywood tradition of "running late." The two brothers, both Ivy League film school graduates, relay their apologies to a waiting reporter by car phone as they scoot from a studio meeting to the offices of New Line Cinema.
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March 4, 1990 | JOHN M. WILSON
Reginald and Warrington Hudlin are behind schedule in the great Hollywood tradition of "running late." The two brothers, both Ivy League film school graduates, relay their apologies to a waiting reporter by car phone as they scoot from a studio meeting to the offices of New Line Cinema.
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January 14, 1994 | CHRIS WILLMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hair of the dog that bit hip-hop fans? Nope. "House Party 3" (citywide) is as much hangover as holdover, a relatively spiritless sequel that puts the law of diminishing returns to the groggy proof again. The great fun that was the first one is as forgotten as a blackout by now. Kid 'N Play (Christopher Reid and Christopher Martin) are back and now living in L.A., apparently retired from their own rap careers and running a management company so fledgling they resort to slight scams for cash flow.
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