Two small time scam artists, Black and Blue, sell boom boxes and broken TVs from their van at the parking lot. When, by mistake, a shipment of cellular phones gets to them, it doesn't take long before FBI and gangsters are after them.
Chinese kid Julian, who was adopted by the black family of Joe and Annabelle Lee and Asian exchange student May-Ling, who is housed with a black family, are trying to adapt to their mostly ... See full summary »
A group of young people leave Harlem for a bus trip down to Miami. The voyage starts off with problems, but it ends up becoming a learning experience, as they end up learning things about ... See full summary »
Melissa De Sousa,
Cedric the Entertainer
Two pairs of best friends - Montel & Clyde and Brandy & Adina meet at the party, where Clyde makes Adina think he is very rich and gets her into bed the same evening. When Adina finds out ... See full summary »
Paula Jai Parker
This is one hell of a funny movie. When that Tyrell guy got beat up was hilarious. I mean all the ladies thought he was all that because of his line, "It's on point!" When Coffee Boy is mocking him ("Oh I love you, Tyrell." "It's on point!") that is true comedy. When the lady at the station's friend wants to meet Tyrell, and sees him, more funny s***. ("You is ugly, and I don't mean just mean ugly, I mean dirty drawers ugly!") Then he disses her and she and her friend beat him up, more laughs. When Coffee Boy is mocking the fallen Tyrell ("Come on, Tyrell, get up! It's on point!"), straight 100% funny. But tops has to be when the one dj gives a shout out to a cell phone company for their support at a station sponsored concert. It is so funny because anyone who listens to the radio knows djs don't give shout outs out like that. But then again, the people at this station take EVERYTHING to the extreme.
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