Bunz and Rushon are two best buddies who are looking forward to dating two ladies, Lysterine and Nikki. When the two boys get their lives altogether, they all fall in love. But will their lives stay peaceful? Written by
Director 'Jeff Pollack' was brought in at the very last minute because the Screenwriter Takashi Bufford, who co-wrote the film was slated to direct it but dropped out for personal reasons. See more »
[Lysterine does not approve of the man smoking in the Chinese Restaurant]
I'll take care of this.
[walks to man's table]
Excuse me, Sir. If you don't put out the smoke, my boy and I won't be getting any ass tonight.
Oh? No problem.
[puts out smoke]
You're the man!
[walks back to their table]
Heh heh... I guess you thought I was just some common ol' hoodrat, huh?
Oh I still do.
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"Same Ol' Thing"
Written, Produced and Performed by A Tribe Called Quest
Courtesy of Jive Records
Contains "Miles Beyond"
Written by J. McLaughlin
Performed by The Mahavishnu Orchestra
Courtesy of Columbia Records
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This is one of the most mindlessly hilarious movies ever made. Definitely Jamie Foxx's best. Although the middle is kind of slow (with the exception of the convenience store - Are we going to do this or what Judge?) the movie as a whole has some of the best lines ever for a beer-fest, watch-it-with-the-guys Saturday afternoon movie. See the movie for the writing, stay for the dance in the nightclub where Tommy Davidson busts out the best dance moves on reel until Rush Hour :) If you're even remotely a fan of outrageous trash talking and completely random lines ("Was ya gonna wait till I turned into a butterfly?" and "You need a cigarette to bring you down?" LOL!) then this movie is a must see. Otherwise stay away as this is going to offend and bore you.
10/10 for some, and a 3/10 for others. Watch at your discretion!
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