A convict (Latifah) horns her way into an attorney's (Martin) life, causing a clash of cultures, but the two slowly begin to learn from each other.
Directed by: Adam Shankman
One might think that a film featuring the comedic talents of Steve Martin, Eugene Levy, and Queen Latifah would be a sure-fire hit, but Hollywood has taught us that they are experts at ruining a sure thing.
Bringing Down the House is an embarrassing film that could have set back race relations in America 30 years. The fact that Disney decided to release this on Blu-ray, yet holds back on Song of the South, frankly shocks me. This film makes Song of the South look like the March on Selma; it is that offensive.
First released in 2003, I never saw the »
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