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Lead the way Alfred.
The name is Manly, Manly will do very nicely thank you!... Who's Alfred?
You know, Batman's homeboy!
Oh Mick, now I see what-chu was sayin'.
You would be so good in the sequel.
Snap! He'd be phat!
He would! All you gotta say is, "Batman to da cave!" and everybody lose they job that day... and you get THAT job. *Heavy Chuckle* TO THA CAAAAAAAVE.
Ask him to say it Mick!
Nah, I already done called the man "Alfred."
Oh come on.
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I love this movie! I can't understand why there were some negative comments.I stayed up very late/early to watch this pic as it came on TV in the wee hours of this morning. Well worth the loss of sleep. Halle Berry was her usual gorgeous self. She dons a blonde wig ... both wacky and cool! Teamed up with Natalie Desselle who cooks up some irresistible "soul" food, you couldn't have asked for a better duo to keep you entertained..never a dull moment. Heart warming and fun. This story line may have some similarities with other movies, but this one has been done very well.
If you haven't already seen this light-hearted comedy, you should! You won't be disappointed. 10/10
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