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Late 90s early 200os African American-based comedy on teen being pressured into higher education, imagines several dreams one being "Rambo" style war hero and then the US President discovers he did not attend college

african American teen coming-of-age comedy about kid that is soon to be out of high school and the dreams he has uinstaerd of twhat his fols want which is for him to attend college.  Silly segments with ridiculius outcomes.
asked Jun 8, 2015 in Name That Movie by denzus (1 point)

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it could be Trippin' (1999)
answered Jun 15, 2015 by bondo (126 points)