Bunz and Rushon are two best buddies who are looking forward to dating two ladies, Lysterine and Nikki. When the two boys get their lives altogether, they all fall in love. But will their lives stay peaceful?Written by
Director 'Jeff Pollack' was brought in at the very last minute because the screenwriter Takashi Bufford, who co-wrote the film was slated to direct it but dropped out for personal reasons. See more »
When Bunz and Rashad are chasing Killer (the dog) down the street, a car door opens. Bunz and Rashad run into the door and flip over it onto the ground. As both characters are falling to the ground in slow motion, you can clearly see the stuntman who is playing as Jaime Foxx (Bunz) lose his hairpiece. See more »
So Lysti, can I ask you a hypothetical question? Have you ever had a man wait seven weeks to "hit that"?
What're you asking HER for? She never made a man wait thirty minutes.
Do I smell a whore?
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The unrated version entitled Booty Call Bootiest Edition has more scenes than the original theatrical version. See more »
Written by Diijon and Mike
Produced by Blak Ice Productions
Performed by Wisdom featuring Mitch
Courtesy of Wisdom Entertainment
Contains " (Don't) Blame It on the Boogie"
Written by Mick Jackson (as Michael George Jackson-Clarke), Dave Jackson (as David John Jackson-Rich) and Elmar Krohn See more »
After watching this movie, it was hard to move because my sides hurt so much from laughing. The hilarious standout performances of Vivica Fox, Tamala Jones, Tommy Davidson, and Jamie Foxx make this movie an entertaining film for anyone -- black or white, male or female. The knockout, yet brief, performance of Gedde Wantanabe (Long Duc Dong of Sixteen Candles) is enough to make you rewind the dinner scene again and again and again.
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