Chasing his dream, Anton leaves his aunt's home in Harlem for downtown New York City, where a quick-witted street hustler named Wes cons him out of his life savings. Homeless and ... See full summary »
When a petty criminal escapes from jail, she lays low by posing as a babysitter for two seemingly precious children. But when she decides to sell them for a quick profit, she gets more than... See full summary »
Ed Begley Jr.,
A comedy about misfits in which a veterinarian becomes involved with a client, whose wife has begun acting like a dog. Darla is the vet while Peter is the frazzled husband, whose marriage is going to the dogs.
Police Officer Alex Kearney works in a rich, plush suburb of Philadelphia. When he stops an important businessman and his story of the incident is not believed, he is sent to work Downtown,... See full summary »
Penelope Ann Miller
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Andre Rosey Brown,
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While delivering an award to her humanitarian father Ben Feld, the stylish wealthy Jewish Caucasian Marci Feld is surprised by the attack of the conservative senator Mary Ellen Spinkle to her father in the media. The motive is the lyrics of the rap "Shoot Ya' Teacha " sing by Dr. S and released by the hip-hop record label Felony Assault that belongs to Ben. He has a heart attack, and his daughter decides to assume the problem and negotiate a public excuse of Dr. S in the MTV Award. However, the bad boy sings a polemic song on television to humiliate Merci that gives senator Sprinkle the chance to promote the "Buttgate".Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The film was originally set to be released in the fall of 2001, but had they had to reshoot the last ten minutes due to September 11th. In a 2002 interview, actress Sherie Rene Scott explained that one of the jokes in the scene was a take off on the Hindenburg disaster, which the filmmakers felt was inappropriate after the recent attacks. Since Damon Wayans and Lisa Kudrow were in the scene, filming had to work around their TV schedules. See more »
[out of breath from running]
Okay. Okay. That's great. Oh, almost a quarter mile!
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Ben Affleck & Jennifer Lopez should be grateful...
...for one simple reason-they aren't responsible for the worst movie ever made anymore. Weak set-ups fizzle into non-humor and bland plot scenarios roll downhill slowly toward the expected conclusions. It's sort of like staring at traffic for 90 minutes-you tune out the cars and the noise and start thinking about being anywhere else.
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