After an unsuccessful mission, FBI agents Kevin and Marcus Copeland fall into disgrace at the agency. They decide to work undercover on an abduction case disguised as Brittany and Tiffany Wilson, the vain, spoiled white daughters of a tycoon.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Van Der Geld Family auction charity is titled S.N.O.B., standing for "Southampton Nuclear Opposition Benefit." See more »
When they first decide to go under cover as the girls, they show the make up crew painting their bodies. When the second agent goes into the booth, you can see a little bit of flesh colored paint on the band of his underwear, but this is the first time they are being disguised. See more »
[Marcus emerges from the boot of the car, covered in the Wilson Sisters' luggage]
Man! You guys sure got a lot of bags for a weekend!
This isn't *a* weekend!
It's *the* weekend!
Labor Day in The Hamptons. The last weekend of the social season. Like, only the hottest people are going to be there.
And only the hottest of the *hottest* are going make it onto the cover of "Hamptons Magazine"! And this is *our* year!
[to Kevin, driving the car]
Uh, open the window. Baby likes a little ...
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The Irish theatrical release was cut a bit to get a 12 rating. VHS/DVD versions are uncut and are Rated 15. See more »
Great Writing, Great Acting, Great White Chicks!!!
This comedy is magnificent and is entertaining and hilarious all the way through. One of the best things about the film is that they didn't use the same jokes that every other comedy movie based on someone dressing up as someone else and pretending to be them. Also the work that went into making Shawn and Marlon Wayans look so convincing as white chicks must have been massive because they looked brilliant. Frankie Faison was alright playing the chief and delivered a few clever scenes. Terry Crews was excellent as Latrell Spencer and was a good touch to the movie. Of course the stand outs were the Wayan brothers which any one could tell even just from the trailer of the movie. This performance almost stood up to their roles in Scary Movie 1 and 2 which is really really saying something. Lets hope they keep writing movies (with Keenan Ivory Wayans who deserves as much credit, if not more, for the writing) and starring in them as well because God knows they can act and act brilliantly. Great movie. The toilet humor was well done too.
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