Katt Williams is back in this theatrical follow-up to the PIMP CHRONCILES PT. 1. Katt's flashy street attitude drives a story about returning to his roots. Katt is offered the opportunity ... See full summary »
Taped live during a performance at the historic Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., Katt Williams' third stand-up comedy special finds the outspoken funnyman offering his unique take on ... See full summary »
A serious health scare ignites John Thomas, an insurance salesman in his 50s, to take a closer look at his life. Motivated by a misguided obsession with getting Barack Obama elected, John ... See full summary »
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A true depiction of Urban Life in San Francisco's bay area, Holliday Entertainment present 'Big Things Happen In The Bay'. Filled with an array of characters including hot shot lawyer ... See full summary »
Katt Williams is back in this theatrical follow-up to the PIMP CHRONCILES PT. 1. Katt's flashy street attitude drives a story about returning to his roots. Katt is offered the opportunity to become a major Hollywood player. But there's a catch - he has to sell out by appearing in a musical penguin movie. Instead, he ditches Hollywood, rounds up his crew of Luenell, Red and Melanie and hits the road in a wild cross-country comedy tour. Features special appearances by Jeremy Piven, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg and Tamela Jones. Written by
At the start of the movie Katt is in the bathroom in front of the mirror he says to the girl "I'll take my vitamins now" and she bends over and picks up a joint and lights it. However before she flicks the lighter she starts inhaling and the "cherry" brightens showing inhalation, but it hasn't been lit. See more »
I realize that much like any sequel, katt had a lot to live up to. I STILL have pimp chronicles saved on my dvr and will never erase it if I can help it however, he completely missed the boat w/this one. It was essentially the same 'story line', Michael Jackson, Shaq etc. etc. just different jokes, and not even funny ones at that. We got so bored we started paying attention to whether or not the audience was even responding and but for a few big moments, they weren't. What a waste of $24.99...not to mention the sound on the DVD was screwed up, the volume kept going up and down and my poor dog kept trying to run out of the house as if someone were blowing a dog whistle for an hour and a half. I'm so disappointed. I wonder what Virgin Mega Store's return policy is.
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