Herbert & Henry (Jerod and Jamal Mixon) are twin brothers with dreams to become the biggest rap stars in the game. Their chance at super-stardom comes after they buy a T-shirt with a ...
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Herbert & Henry (Jerod and Jamal Mixon) are twin brothers with dreams to become the biggest rap stars in the game. Their chance at super-stardom comes after they buy a T-shirt with a winning golden tag allowing them to perform with Real Deal, the most legendary rapper in the World. The only problem is, Kevin, an equally sized Jewish kid with dreams of singing and blinging, manages to steal the prized White T and has his own plans to perform at the concert. With the help of a gypsy, a goat, and cast of characters as big as Herbert and Henry's appetites, White T is a feel good urban adventure reminiscent of Dude Where's My Car, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Written by
I really wanted to like this. The brothers are a pair of likable guys. They just have no script to work with. K-Dawg and Rodomski are broad characters who almost get laughs out of their laugh-less characters. But again, no script to work with. Gerry Bednob is the only one who gets any consistent laughs. Even Chyna is funny for the first minute or two. Then they ran out of things to have her say, but kept going anyway. There is no dramatic tension, really, which would be good to have. There is no finale, per se, the film just runs out. There are precious few laughs. At all. And whoever "wrote" the script basically just hates fat people. And apparently, so does the director. "Hey, I know, we'll just show fat bodies in hyper-slow-motion and it will be funny." That's sort of how I imagine the script meetings going. Gerry and the brothers will survive this mess, as I suppose the rest of the cast will. I would like to see Jason and Robbie in better roles. I think they deserve it. Avoid this turkey at all costs.
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