During a scene where Gabrielle Union is preparing for her wedding, she is seen holding a cardboard cutout of Adam Sandler. Sandler is a friend and frequent collaborator of Chris Rock, and later cameos as himself in the film. See more »
When I listen to satellite radio, I listen to Sirius hits One.
That's good, but just, just make it a little funnier.
Put a little stank on it.
Nice and funny, go.
What's up, motherfuckers? This is motherfucking Andre Allen! When I listen to satellite radio, or scratch my nuts, that is, I listen to Sirius motherfucking 101... bee-otch!
First take was good. I was wrong on the stank, though.
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Written by David Paich (as David F. Paich) and Boz Scaggs (as William R. Scaggs)
Performed by Boz Scaggs
Published by Spirit Two Music, Inc. on behalf of Hudmar Publishing Co Inc. and Scaggs Boz Music
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And what's cool is that he shows some depth I knew he was capable of, but never saw him do. I think CB4 was the last funny Chris Rock move, and that's saying something, cause it was not really that funny.
But finally, Chris Rock writes, directs, and producers his own star vehicle that fully lives up to the comedy spectacular that is Chris Rock.
He gets it right with a satire about being a funny man, turned actor who after finding success, fears going back to comedy because he's fears not being funny, but finds a spark in a Times writer who follows him around all day to get to know the man behind the fame.
Although, a lot of the movie is a cliché you seen plenty of times in the past, it's heighten by the fact that the filmmaker is Rock himself who's not afraid to share the comedy spotlight with his friends who make funny appearances. From the always funny Kevin Hart who held it down, to Cedric the Entertainer whose funny moment in the trailer was just a small part of his overall funny cameo, plus a few other hilarious cameos from his friends I would not want to spoil.
Overall, it was Rock's best moment on the big screen.
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