Two criminals, Keats and Moses, end their friendship, when Keats turns out to be an undercover cop. Many years later, the two are forced to work together when Keats is assigned to protect Moses as a witness.
An undercover police officer named Rock Keats befriends a drug dealer and car thief named Archie Moses in a bid to catch the villainous drug lord Frank Coltan. But the only problem is that Keats is a cop, his real name is Jack Carter, and he is working undercover with the LAPD to bust Moses and Colton at a sting operation the LAPD has set up. Written by
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Where I'm From (Don't Fight The Clean Mix II)
Written by Passion Broussard, Kevin Irving, Valarie Webb, Rappin' 4-Tay (as Anthony Forte), Dana Meyers, Howard Hewett, Too $hort (as Todd Shaw), Bootsy Collins (as William 'Bootsey' Collins), Frank Waddy, George Clinton (as George Clinton, Jr.), Kevin McCord
Performed by Passion
Courtesy of MCA Records
by arrangement with MCA Special Markets and Products
Contains elements from 'I'm A Player'
Performed by Too $hort (as Too Short)
Courtesy of Jive Records
Rappin' 4-Tay appears courtesy of Chrysalis Records, a division of EMI Records/Rag Top Records See more »
I believe this movie was highly, highly underrated. Sandler and Waynes(spelling?) work amazingly together, in my opinion. It seems that for some reason this year this movie was overlooked, maybe because of Happy Gilmore, which is a possibility.
Definitely one of the better action/comedies of the 90's, as you can see I feel strongly about it. The plot is very interesting, and there definitely are some twists and turns that do keep you guessing. As you can see from this movie Sandlers career went uphill, as Waynes seems to have fallen. This movie reminds me a lot of Nothing to Lose (starring Martin Lawrence) and other movies of the sort. I don't know what it is but I have a soft spot in my heart for the 90's action/comedies.
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