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A really good (no seriously its good) story about a rapper who wants to join a country club but its snotty board (headed by Jeffrey Jones (Ferris Beuller's nemesis) refuse to let him in. Buying a property close to the 17th hole he leverages it into membership and well what happens is the movie. Neither cartoony nor really over the top (okay just a bit) this is a movie where everyone (mostly)behaves like real people. Actually one of the key points is that the hero is a better person then the jerks running the country club. Clearly made by film makers who didn't work for "the man" who would have the rappers as gangsters or clowns, this is a nice comedy that makes one wonder who was in the board room the day this was green lit since its so atypical Hollywood on almost every level. recommended on cable if not as a rental.
My favorite movies always use senseless fart humor! If they can make
"More Dum and Dummer", I can't wait for "Caddy 2, Revenge of the Golf
Fairway Gophers!". It will be a cult classic.
PS: Sorry, I was a paid movie extra so I had to be nice. I can't be bought, but I can be rented if the price is right.
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Who's Your Caddy? is rightly considered an American classic. Don Michael Paul directs wonderfully, in the vision of a modern day Harper Lee. The story is easy to follow and the humor is fresh and original. While all these characteristics would qualify Who's Your Caddy? as genius cinema, they do not necessarily indicate a classic. What moves Who's Your Caddy? to classic status is its morality and ability to draw sympathy out of viewers as much today as when it was written in 2005. Who's Your Daddy deals with heavy and vital issues - racism, oppression, injustice. Amazingly, it is able to handle these deep and sensitive areas without feeling depressing or preachy. Michael Paul accomplishes this by making the viewer feel like a child and allowing us to learn along with him. Big Boi's (C-Note) acting makes it is easy to enter the world of modern day Atlanta. Despite all the flaws of the city, it is also easy to love many things about the place and many of the characters. If you have not yet seen Who's Your Caddy?, you will not regret picking it up at your local video store. If you saw it in the theater, it may be time to visit this world again. Wait, I've changed my mind, this movie sucks monkey testicles.
OK people you may look at this movie and think it is udder crap. well your wrong this movie is freaking hilarious i was laughing through most of the movie. It is just hilarious. I recommend seeing it. Big Boi and the crew just make this movie hilarious and just wow. People if your dissing this movie before it came out. just stop because you are just wasting your time. it is probably one of the funniest movies of the summer if not the funniest. the simpsons and rush hour are the only 2 i see as being possibly funnier than this. and yes i know rush hour 3 has yet to come out. i have yet to see simpsons. see this movie you will die laughing.
"Who's Your Caddy?" is fun, surprisingly friendly in tone, and
Let me make clear: the plot is threadbare, character motivation is sketchy and you get the feeling that the film was put together in a 'Hey, that part's funny - let's put that in!' manner. However, anyone too harshly critical of this movie is not enjoying it on its intended merits.
The acting from the players is actually pretty good and the pacing clips along so you are never bored watching it. Some films you wish you could fast forward to the end so you could leave the theatre. I find this with many films rated above 6 stars. But "Caddy", though never intended to be 'serious' comedy, is a lot of fun and a pleasant diversion. It is much, much better than should be rightfully expected from one of its genre.
There are vulgarities, but not uncomfortably so. (However, I would not at all take children.)
The racial theme I took more as an indictment on class differences, and it was not nearly as one-sided as you might expect.
There are quite a few laugh-out-loud moments - even more than are in the trailer. The cast is surprisingly good, especially Jeffrey Jones at his smarmy best.
In short, the rating "Caddy" is getting from many users I do not personally understand because I consider a movie that keeps me entertained and is pleasant to watch a winner. Do I think it a great movie? - no one would. But is it unpretentious fun? - absolutely. Give "Caddy" a chance - you should be pleasantly surprised at its quick pace, its genial tone and its fun laughs.
this movie is what movies should be, funny entertaining, and good for the soul. It made me laugh, some people need to get a life, how can they think that this was not entertainment, have they forgotten why we go to the movies, it's to be entertained, not to be political, or racial. I think they need to take a look at themselves and wonder why they didn't like this movie. This was a well cast movie, the location was perfect, and the music was great, I loved the way the story came together it all tied in so well. I expect this movie to be a sleeper and come into it's own in a few weeks. The more people see this movie the more it will be understood and liked. I have seen it twice and loved it more the second time.
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