In this movie based on the early days of Def Jam Recordings, up-and-coming manager Russell Walker manages all the hottest acts on the record label Krush Groove Records, which include ... See full summary »
As Carl Black gets the opportunity to move his family out of Chicago in hope of a better life, their arrival in Beverly Hills is timed with that city's annual purge, where all crime is legal for twelve hours.
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
Bill Bellamy has claimed he coined the term "booty call"... the title of the film. 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 »
[angry at store owners]
Ya see? This is why I'm in favor of the Immigration Reform Program, because you mothafuckas are straight off the boat, and you're already fuckin' with people!
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The unrated version entitled Booty Call Bootiest Edition has more scenes than the original theatrical version. See more »
Hold That Thought
Written by Gerald Levert and Edwin "Tony" Nicholas
Produced by Gerald Levert and Edwin "Tony" Nicholas for Trevel Production Co. Inc.
Performed by Gerald Levert
Courtesy of East West Records/Elektra Entertainment Group See more »
Come on, when you're planning on seeing a movie entitled "Booty Call" you're obviously not anticipating a Disney comedy. This film delivers just as much raunch as its title suggests. The comedy is sometimes overdone and sometimes plagued by lame sitcom material, but I still got tons of laughs. Jamie Foxx is a terrific comic actor, and he delivers many funny--and memorable--one-liners. Even when the story runs flat, he livens it up with his quirky sense of humor. There's also a good cameo by multi-talented comedian Bernie Mac, who has some of the funniest cameo roles in movie history. I enjoyed the two Middle Eastern guys who worked at the convenience store. Sure, they were stereotyped caricatures of what a foreigner at a corner store or 7 Eleven would act like, but they were still extremely funny. This film has a chock full of outrageous, yet original moments. The argument in the Chinese restaurant is a classic! If you're looking for good, clean fun--"Booty Call" is NOT the movie to see! But if you're looking for big laughs, no matter how raunchy and profane, you will have a blast! Don't leave this call on hold!
My score: 7 (out of 10)
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