A romantically challenged morning show producer is reluctantly embroiled in a series of outrageous tests by her chauvinistic correspondent to prove his theories on relationships and help ... See full summary »
According to Louis C.K. on the DVD commentary of Louie, his part in this film was originally much larger. But his performance was so bad that most of his scenes were deleted. See more »
In the baseball game scene, Reggie (Mike Epps) slides to steal third and gets Roscoe's jersey dirty. When he stands up and notices, he tries to brush the dirt off the #44 on the right side of the jersey. When the camera cuts to Roscoe and then back, the left side of his jersey is dirty and the right side completely clean. See more »
The Black Paris Hilton done sissified you off the swine, that's what's up.
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Roscoe interviews members of his family over the credits. See more »
This movie was better than recent Martin Lawrence films. It actually had humor that was funny in places. Lawrence plays a TV talk show host whom is engaged to a Survivor winner, Biancca. Bianca has turned him into a vegan and believes winning is everything. RJ goes home to a family reunion bringing Bianca and his son. He has a large, tough talking cousin, another cousin, Reggie, whom is not trustworthy, but his main rival is cousin Clyde. Clyde always won in everything until the family obstacle course and RJ finally beat him, but Clyde reneged on their bet. RJ's dad favors Clyde. Also, there is Lucinda a girl that both RJ and Clyde liked growing up. The family reunion turns into another contest between RJ and Clyde and Bianca sees she doesn't have much in common with RJ's family.
Some of the funny scenes include Bianca saying sweet tea is like liquid diabetes, Bianca's dog with RJ's dog, the skunk, anything cousin Betty did.
FINAL VERDICT: Give it a try, Martin Lawrence is funny again.
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