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Malibu's Most Wanted -- A senator arranges for his son, a rich white kid who fancies himself black, to be kidnapped by a couple of black actors pretending to be murderers to try and shock him out of his plans to become a rapper.
Malibu's Most Wanted -- A senator arranges for his son, a rich white kid who fancies himself black, to be kidnapped by a couple of black actors pretending to be murderers to try and shock him out of his plans to become a rapper.

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Writers (WGA):
Fax Bahr (written by) &
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Release Date:
18 April 2003 (USA) See more »
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Don't be hatin' See more »
Plot:
A senator arranges for his son, a rich white kid who fancies himself black, to be kidnapped by a couple of black actors pretending to be murderers to try and shock him out of his plans to become a rapper. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Jamie Kennedy ... Brad 'B-Rad' Gluckman

Taye Diggs ... Sean James

Anthony Anderson ... PJ

Regina Hall ... Shondra

Blair Underwood ... Tom Gibbsons

Damien Dante Wayans ... Tec

Ryan O'Neal ... Bill Gluckman

Bo Derek ... Bess Gluckman

Jeffrey Tambor ... Dr. Feldman

Kal Penn ... Hadji Amerislani

Nick Swardson ... Mocha

Keili Lefkovitz ... Monster

Kellie Martin ... Jen

Greg Grunberg ... Brett

J.P. Manoux ... Gary
Howard Mann ... Uncle Louie
Curtis Blanck ... 13 yr. Old Brad

Tristan Jarred ... 7 yr. Old Brad
Kody Coye ... Toddler Brad

Niecy Nash ... Gladys

Terry Crews ... 8 Ball

Tory Kittles ... Deuce

Noel Gugliemi ... Snuffy (as Noel Guglielmi)

Reynaldo Gallegos ... Loc (as Rey Gallegos)

Damion Poitier ... Tec's Crew
Jo Deodato Clark ... Saleswoman

Suzy Nakamura ... Soon-Yee Baxter Hernandez

Snoop Dogg ... Ronnie Rizzat (voice)

James Kiriyama-Lem ... Korean Man
Felli Fel ... Himself
Hi-C ... Himself
Young Dre ... Himself (as Young Dré)
Bigg Steele ... Himself
Drop Da Bomb ... Himself
Hal Fishman ... Himself

Big Boy ... Big Boy

Keesha Sharp ... Sister #1

Rhona Bennett ... Sister #2

Ken Lawson ... African American Aid

Sarah Thompson ... Krista the Barista
Michael Quill ... Mike the Reporter

Christa Campbell ... Angry Feminist

Giuliana Rancic ... Massage Therapist (as Giuliana DePandi)
Ecco Morgan ... Sandy
Nikki Martinez ... Escalade Dancer #1
Mary Nelson ... Escalade Dancer #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sean Briskey ... Calabasas Crip (uncredited)

Josef Cannon ... Gangbanger (uncredited)

Lionel D. Carson ... Firefighter (uncredited)
Dawn Crawford ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Mike Epps ... Rap-Battle Host (uncredited)
Aisha Jamila Francis ... Dancer (uncredited)

Gilley Grey ... Firefighter #1 (uncredited)

Dawn Marie Guest ... Party Girl at House Screaming (uncredited)

Justin Rodgers Hall ... Himself (uncredited)
Halla ... Hip-Hop Dancer (uncredited)
Mikie Da Poet ... White rapper in club (uncredited)

Francesca Poston ... Shopper (uncredited)

Lester Speight ... Gang Member - Leader (uncredited)
Dan Vitale ... Man (uncredited)

Directed by
John Whitesell 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Fax Bahr (written by) &
Adam Small (written by) &
Jamie Kennedy (written by) and
Nick Swardson (written by)

Produced by
Fax Bahr .... producer
Josh H. Etting .... co-producer
Russell Hollander .... co-producer
Bill Johnson .... executive producer
Mike Karz .... producer
Ilyse A. Reutlinger .... associate producer
Adam Small .... producer
 
Original Music by
John Van Tongeren 
 
Cinematography by
Mark Irwin 
 
Film Editing by
Cara Silverman 
 
Casting by
Felicia Fasano 
Mary Vernieu 
 
Production Design by
William A. Elliott 
 
Art Direction by
Daniel A. Lomino 
 
Set Decoration by
John H. Anderson 
William J. Durrell Jr.  (as Bill Durrell)
 
Costume Design by
Debrae Little 
 
Makeup Department
Lynn Barber .... makeup department head
KimStacy Carter .... hair stylist: Anthony Anderson
Stephanie Coffey .... makeup artist
Pauletta O. Lewis .... key hair stylist (as Pauletta Lewis-Irwin)
Stephen Robinette .... hair stylist
Marsha Shearrill .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Daniel R. Chavez .... executive in charge of post production
Bill Johnson .... unit production manager
Robert West .... production supervisor
Elizabeth Miller Gavcus .... post-production executive (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Renee Hill .... third assistant director
George Parra .... first assistant director
Courtney Rowe .... additional second second assistant director
Lisa C. Satriano .... first assistant director: reshoots
Nick Satriano .... second assistant director
Susan E. Walter .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
William J. Durrell Jr. .... set designer
John Felgate .... assistant property master
David Fencil .... assistant property master
David Fencl .... on-set property master
Dervon 'Von' Herron .... assistant property master
Jonathan R. Hodges .... property master
John Leimanis .... set designer
W. Scott Mason .... construction coordinator (as Scott Mason)
Richard A. McCarthy .... plaster department head
Richard A. McCarthy .... stand-by plasterer
John J. Passanante .... paint supervisor
Tom Sharp .... draper
Diana Anctil .... paint decorator (uncredited)
Minerva De Guzman .... construction accountant (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Christopher S. Aud .... supervising sound editor
Ron Bartlett .... sound re-recording mixer
Perry Dodgson .... boom operator
Patrick J. Foley .... dialogue editor
Terry Garcia .... assistant sound editor
Eric Gotthelf .... adr mixer
Mark C. Grech .... utility sound technician
David Jobe .... foley mixer
Adam Johnston .... sound effects editor
Pamela Kahn .... foley artist
Lisa J. Levine .... supervising adr editor
Geoffrey Patterson .... sound mixer
Ken S. Polk .... sound re-recording mixer
Troy Porter .... adr mixer
Mark Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Linda Lew .... foley recordist (uncredited)
Carolyn Tapp .... adr recordist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Larz Anderson .... special effects director
John B. Hagey .... special effects gang boss
Richard L. Hill .... special effects
James Lorimer .... special effects gang boss
Hans Metz .... special effects foreman
 
Visual Effects by
Paul Arion .... digital artist
Michael Becki .... digital artist
Jesse Bradstreet .... senior animator
Lisa Carr-Harris .... digital effects artist
Joshua J. Clark .... digital compositor
Warren J.W. Leathem .... animation supervisor
Bob Munroe .... visual effects supervisor: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Ken Ouellette .... animator: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Ken Ouellette .... technical director: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Brian A. Smeets .... digital artist
Mark Thomas-Stubbs .... digital effects artist
Martin Tori .... effects photography
Mark Visser .... software developer: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
David Willows .... digital effects artist
Alphonso Young .... digital effects artist
Louis Kim .... digital compositor: CORE Digital Pictures (uncredited)
Mike Navarro .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Keith Campbell .... stunt coordinator
Michael Endoso .... stunts
Mark Hicks .... stunts
Hollis Hill .... stunts
Toby Holguin .... stunts
Zach Hudson .... stunt double: Ryan O'Neal
Horace Knight .... stunt performer
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunts
Kortney Manns .... stunts
Jimmy Ortega .... stunts
Austin Priester .... stunts
Ray Siegle .... stunt double: Noel Guglielmi
Buddy Sosthand .... stunts
Dain Turner .... stunts
David Wald .... stunts
Keith Woulard .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sammy Beavers .... rigging electrician
Marsha Blackburn .... still photographer
Massimo Bordonaro .... ad/pub services
Richard Brooks Burton .... gyrosphere technician: aerial unit
Jeffrey N. Civa .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Egor Davidoff .... second assistant camera
Gregory L. Edwards .... b dolly grip
Paul Fanning .... electrician
Michael Foster .... key grip
Steve Francis .... electrician
Adam Harrison .... rigging electric best boy
Matthew Livingston .... best boy grip
Skip Mobley .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
John S. Moyer .... camera operator: "b" camera
Robert Reid .... grip
Troy Webb .... gaffer
Gregg Williams .... additional first assistant camera
Jay W. Yowler .... gaffer
Josh Kuykendall .... grip (uncredited)
Darren Michaels .... additional unit photographer: additional photography (uncredited)
Trace Schneider .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Chad Darnell .... extras casting
Aaron B. Koontz .... casting assistant: Orlando (as Aaron Koontz)
Shalimar Reodica .... casting associate
Jay Scully .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anita Cabada .... assistant costume designer
Mary Iannelli .... costumer (as Mary White)
Patricia McLaughlin .... costume supervisor
Terri Middleton .... costumer
Hans Georg Struhar .... set costumer
Mindy Tiongco .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Monica Anderson .... assistant editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Christopher Kroll .... first assistant editor (as Chris Kroll)
Ray Neapolitan .... assistant editor
Gary Trentham .... first assistant editor
Nicholas 'Nikko' Tsiotsias .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Wolfgang Amadeus .... scoring mixer
Romeo Antonio .... musician
John Debney .... composer: themes
John Finklea .... music editor: temp music
Will Kaplan .... music editor
Aaron Martin .... music programmer
Michael Mason .... score co-producer
Anna D. Wilborn .... music editor
Henri Yonet .... composer: trailer music
 
Transportation Department
Michael J. Birnkrant .... driver: cast
Maxwell R. Johnson II .... transportation captain
Krister C. Johnson .... transportation captain
Hal Lary .... transportation coordinator
Douglas Miller .... transportation captain
Lowell D. Smith .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Christopher Akers .... key assistant location manager
John Albrecht .... assistant accountant
Adell Aldrich .... script supervisor
Edward Allen .... production accountant (as Ed Allen)
Tammy Apana .... assistant accountant
Serena Baker .... key assistant location manager
Bianca Bezdek-Goodloe .... legal representative
Katherine Brown .... assistant to producer
Chris Campbell .... key assistant location manager
Curtis Collins .... location manager
Karen Leigh Crutcher .... key medic
Julie Cummings .... production assistant
Paulette Dauber .... publicity consultant
Phil DeSanti .... set production assistant
Aaron C. Fitzgerald .... set production assistant
Josh Geller .... set production assistant
AnaMarie C. Gonzaga .... production accountant: re-shoots
Lisa Hackler .... production coordinator
Brian Havens .... assistant to writer
Ronald M. Haynes .... assistant location manager: Los Angeles
Jerrold McKinley Ivery .... second assistant accountant
Adam Jordan .... production assistant (as Adam Lee Jordan)
Daniel Karaty .... choreographer
Nathan Kimball .... set production assistant
Misty D. Lahti .... additional set production assistant
Wayne Lamkay .... assistant production coordinator
Roland Manarin .... production secretary
Michael G. Maurer .... production assistant
Matt Miller .... production assistant
Chris Moss .... assistant choreographer
Sunni-Ali Powell .... production assistant
Paul Rathburn .... caterer
John Ritchie .... assistant to producers
Christopher T. Sadler .... production assistant
Peter J. Silbermann .... unit publicist
Jessie Sock .... production assistant
Holli Strickland .... production assistant
Rex M. Teese .... technician: Arri Loc Pro 35
Rebecca Whitesell LaFond .... production assistant
Kelly Young .... assistant to director
Nicole Young .... assistant to executive producer
Ptah Shabaf .... key assistant location manager (uncredited)
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sexual humor, language and violence
Runtime:
USA:86 min
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Did You Know?

Goofs:
Factual errors: California gubernatorial elections are held in November, which Bill Gluckman's aide says is 8 weeks away, meaning the story takes place sometime in September. But later in the rap club, the emcee says that this is black history month in response to B-rad's use of the N-word. Black history month is In February.See more »
Quotes:
B-Rad:Stuart Little?
Ronnie Rizzat:Negro please. That little white rat ain't got nuttin' on me.
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Movie Connections:
References The Blair Witch Project (1999)See more »
Soundtrack:
Me So HornySee more »

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8 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Very Funny But Just Plain Stupid, 23 December 2004
Author: funky_cherry86 from Canada

Malibu's Most Wanted is one of the craziest films of 2003 Jamie Kennedy delivers a hilarious performance as Brad B-rad Gluckman a white rapper who acts like a black rapper. His father (O'Neal) wants to run for governor but his son's antics are hurting his chances of winning so he hires actors to be gangsters who kidnap B-rad and try to scare him into being a white man again. Regina Hall is amusing as Shondra who in the beginning thinks he's strange but towards the end she falls for him and accepts him for who he truly is. Malibu's Most Wanted is one of those films that leaves you feeling funny and stupid all together but has some hilarious scenes and can be enjoyed by anyone who prefers this brand of comedy. I give it 7 out of 10 stars.

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