Posted by admin on May 20, 2012
There is no excuse today in the business world for any form of misdelivery, although it happens everyday somewhere in the world. However, in the movie, “Next Day Air,” the question arises what is the form of redelivery or retribution that should happen when a misdelivery takes place? This is done in a very comedic manner. Donald Faison plays Leo, a low rung on the totem pole delivery worker who works for Next Day Air. Delivering a package to the wrong apartment causes poor Leo to get mixed up with gangsters and drug dealers with hilarious hijinks ensuing.Additional information can be found at http://dreblacksofresh.com/2012/05/16/new-video-nicki-minaj-f-chris-brown-right-by-my-side/.
In all raises the question, ‘what type of redelivery should happen and how responsible should the deliverer be when a misdelivery is at question?’ Faison joins forces with fellow comic actor Mike Epps to show what problems can happen when dealt with in darkly hysterical proportions.
Director Benny Boom is primarily known for being a director of music videos as well as the creation of political advertisements against President George W. Bush. This may explain the biting satire on the condition of present day delivery service. Although this may be completely overblown, it reminds us that misdelivery’s happen every single day.