Filmed during the Lambada dance craze (if there really ever was one), this film tries to have a social conscience. A princess (Laura Herring) in the Amazon rain forests tries to fight a ... See full summary »
Rich is a naive wanna be rapper who gets the opportunity of a life-time when he get the chance to join I in his rap-group, the only problem is that I is a hardcore rapper who lives the words of his raps while he merely is out to entertain.
I first saw this movie just out of college, and recently saw it again. I remembered that the film was okay, but what I had forgotten was how much I liked the leading man, John Romo! He's funny, handsome, and VERY SEXY! I don't know where he's been all these years, but hopefully,we'll see him again in something soon. I don't know who did the commentary above, but clearly, it must be a man. And clearly, this man doesn't know what women find attractive. I thought John Romo did a great job of playing the quirky detective, and his dancing with Maura Teirney was adorable! And what a smile!!! Where is John Romo now??? Hopefully, planning his comeback!
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