Two criminals, Keats and Moses, end their friendship, when Keats turns out to be an undercover cop. Many years later, the two are forced to work together when Keats is assigned to protect Moses as a witness.
Set 25 years after, Jack is now working as a Special Agent with a mission to take down a powerful South African crime family. The officer begrudgingly goes undercover once again, this time taking the identity of Moses.
An undercover police officer named Rock Keats befriends a drug dealer and car thief named Archie Moses in a bid to catch the villainous drug lord Frank Coltan. But the only problem is that Keats is a cop, his real name is Jack Carter, and he is working undercover with the LAPD to bust Moses and Colton at a sting operation the LAPD has set up.Written by
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Damon Wayans played a character named Jack Carter (his actual name, as opposed to his undercover name Keats). Jack Carter is the name of an actor who played on several episodes of Fantasy Island (1977). A main character on the series was named "Tattoo". In the warehouse scene, when "Keats" is accused of being a cop by a Hispanic male, "Keats" refers to him as "Tattoo". See more »
When the plane rolls off the cliff after Archie and Jack jump off it explodes when it crashes, but the plane had gone down because the plane was out of fuel, so the plane would not have exploded. See more »
In actuality, I was hitting on her harder than you think, motherfucker! So why don't you step the fuck back before I bitch slap your fucking heiney!
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When Jack Carter returns to his precinct he talks to an angry woman. See more »
Chocolate (Cuties and Condoms)
Written by Eric Carson, Tamarr Holloway, Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam, Doug Rasheed
Performed by Cydal featuring Adina Howard
Adina Howard appears courtesy of Mecca Don/EastWest Records/Elektra Entertainment Group
Cydal appears courtesy of EastWest Records/Elektra Entertainment Group
Contains interpolations of 'The Finest'
Performed by The S.O.S. Band (as S.O.S. Band) See more »
Stuck somewhere in-between action, comedy, and drama, Wayans and Sandler seem awkward delivering more "seriously- based lines" instead of their usual off-beat quips. The action scenes are TERRIBLE, very unbelievable and EXTREMELY FAKE. There are also several minor actors who can't deliver a line worth a damn. Otherwise, the movie is VERY enjoyable, and includes several plot twists to keep things interesting. The duo, although a bit dry and out-of-place for this sort of thing do manage to pull things together and keep the movie memorable. Worth at least one renting.... :)
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