After an unsuccessful mission, FBI agents Kevin Copeland and Marcus Copeland fall in disgrace in the agency. They decide to swap their bad position with his superior Section Chief Elliott Gordon working undercover in an abduction case, disguised in the two spoiled white daughters of a tycoon, Brittany and Tiffany Wilson, getting in hilarious situations. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Terry Crews's character, Lattrell Spencer, mentions he loves the song "A Thousand Miles" by Vanessa Carlton, as he picks up Marcus Copeland (played by Marlon Wayans) disguised as one of the Wilson sisters, when Lattrell picks him up on the date and Marcus plays his car radio. In real life, Terry Crews actually does love that song. See more »
When the three girls show up at the agent's door in their pajamas, one of the girls is carrying a stack of magazines. You can see through the peep hole that there's a copy of "Cosmopolitan" on the top. When they enter the hotel room, it's now an issue of "Self". See more »
Hi I'm Cellulite Sally; look at my huge ba-donkey. Don't forget about me, I'm Backfat Betty. Now who could have said that? Oh yeah, it's Tina the Talking Tummy.
I can't even wear a short skirt and a top without looking like a fat pig.
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I would have never seen this movie if it wasn't for younger siblings. It's the kind of movie you don't think you will ever see and I saw it and I laughed again and again.
I didn't find it racist because I found the comedy mostly geared toward differences between men and women and the most hilarious aspects of the film come from the Wayan's brothers dressing up as the girls and the tribulations they have.
Personally I can understand how anyone over the age of twenty might not find it as funny. It's a comedy mostly geared toward younger people in the way of Night at the Roxbury or even Clueless. My advice would be to see it but don't expect too much...maybe you'll like it.
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