A senator arranges for his son, a rich white kid who fancies himself black, to be kidnapped by a couple of black actors pretending to be murderers to try and shock him out of his plans to become a rapper.
Brad Gluckman or "B-rad" acts like he is from the hood, when he is white and lives in a rich neighborhood in Malibu. He is ruining his fathers election for governor, and he and his crew come up with an idea, to send "B-rad" to the hood to turn him back into a white boy. This movie is filled with laughs and is a great comedy.
Both Jamie Kennedy and Anthony Anderson appeared in the Scream franchise. Kennedy famously appeared in Scream, Scream 2, and briefly in Scream 3 in a cameo, while Anderson appeared in a small role in Scream 4. Regina Hall also appeared in Scary Movie 1-4, which are spoofs of the Scream films. See more »
Right before Gibbons's secretary informs him that Tec is on the line he leans back on his desk and knocks over the American flags, in the next shot the are upright again. See more »
[to his parents and psychiatrist about when he becomes a famous rapper]
I'll buy you ALL cars.
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During the credits, bloopers, alternate takes, and additional gags are shown. See more »
This movie was one I thought would really irritate me, but it wasn't that bad. Oh, I'm not saying it was good either. Any chance of seeing Taye Diggs in a wife-beater, I'm there. Anthony Anderson was funny as always. These two characters out shined the star of the film,Jamie Kennedy. I was actually hoping Kennedy's character would accidentally swallow some of the bling he was sporting and choke to death. The movie would have went on without him. And would have been much better focusing on the two black men trying to pretend to be bad ass brothers. Some of the jokes were too racially stereotypical to get a chuckle. But this movie did get a few laughs from me. If there's nothing else to watch. Watch this. If you want to see the sexiest man without a shirt (Taye Diggs) then watch this, his body will get you through the film.
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