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Cedric the Entertainer,
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Juwanna Mann follows the story of Jamal Jeffries, the reigning 'bad boy' of basketball, whose undisciplined on-court antics land him out of the league and without any prospects. Financially strapped and untrained in anything but basketball, Jamal comes up with a plan so outrageous it just might work: dress up like a woman and try out for the woman's basketball league. To his surprise, he makes it, but now the real challenge begins - to cease being Jamal and start new life as Juwanna. Matters become even more complicated when Juwanna realizes that he is falling for his teammate Michelle, who shows him that there is more to women than meets the eye. Written by
In her first WUBA game, Juwanna is seen gnawing on a towel on the bench. This is an allusion to Jerry Tarkanian, the college basketball coach who gnawed on towels during the game. See more »
During the scene where all the girls are in a hotel room together talking about men, Juwanna stands up and begins to talk. She walks from between the beds to the right and in front of the dresser and mirror. Instantly, she moves back to the left between the beds. See more »
He Said, She Said
Written by Lenton Terrell Hutton, Broderick Phillips & Cedric Phillips
Performed by Broderick Phillips, LT Hutton & Cedric Phillips
Courtesy of Morgan Creek Record Company, Inc. See more »
It's not SOME LIKE IT HOT, but it's not bad either. It does require a certain suspension of disbelief, but it demonstrates good morality in the end. Guess I'm in the minority who believes it's worth seeing once.
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