Every film that has ever been nominated for a Razzie Award in any category.
They're going deep undercover.
Two FBI agent brothers, Marcus and Kevin Copeland, accidentally foil a drug bust. As punishment, they are forced to escort a pair of socialites to the Hamptons, where they're going to be used as bait for a kidnapper. But when the girls realize the FBI's plan, they refuse to go. Left without options, Marcus and Kevin decide to pose as the sisters, transforming themselves from African-American men into a pair of blonde, white women.
Keenen Ivory Wayans' "White Chicks" is a watchable but instantly forgettable film that combines physical comedy, gross-out raunch, and fish-out-of-water shenanigans to mildly successful effect. The kind of film that makes an audience chuckle in spite of its intentions otherwise, "White Chicks" misses opportunities to make itself interesting, instead settling on low-wattage, lowest common denominator comic filmmaking.
Following two African-American FBI agents who go undercover, masquerading as the titular white women, the story attempts to find comedy capital in its guys-pretending-to-be-girls schtick. That schtick is cheap, but it generates some fun. It could also generate some interesting commentary about race and gender; the narrative, however, does not have those goals.
Wayans directs Shawn and Marlon Wayans in the led roles,…
Yes, it's awful, but it also has Terry Crews at his best.
Get this jigaboo away from me.
So stupid that it is actually funny in places. But only in certain places.
In fact it is like the old programmes we watched as kids when the characters (2 black blokes) rather than just telling the truth end up getting into stupider and stupider scenarios(oh yeah whilst dressed as 2 white girls). And they are FBI agents, makes perfect sense.
Hasta la vista Schwarzenegro.
Big guilty pleasure of mine. It's stupid and crude, but it's funny as hell. Hilarious throughout. Terry Crews steals the show and provides some priceless comedic gold. Crews in this film alone is worth watching this at least once.
All I kept thinking while watching this is "Now I know why I never rewatched this since it first came out". And I also kept wondering how Jennifer Carpenter went from this to her remarkable role on Dexter.
The only thing keeping me from giving this the lowest rating is Terry Crews and the few moments he made me chuckle.
Painfully offensive and literally on it's knees, begging to get a laugh out of the audience, "White Chicks" is a very lazy comedy. Both Wayans brothers seem like they were forced to do this because both of them seem like they want to escape the movie in every scene (Terry Crews is having a lot of fun, probably the best part of the film). It also isn't a fun movie to watch as they end up in situation they could easily get out of but choose not to for sake of the plot. Was it really necessary to not tell your obviously pissed off wife that you were undercover? Sure, I chuckled like 3-5 times throughout but it doesn't stop it from being a dated and stupid movie.
This is one of those silly/stupid/goofy type movies that are fun to watch because you know how far from reality it is. First, the Wayans brothers' make up is not close to look anything like the girls they are pretending to be. Also, they really aren't fooling anyone but the actors they are working with...but I think that's what makes the movie work, it adds to the sillyness and trouble they get into. The dance scene was pretty cool and the restaurant scene with the horny black guy is funny too. I liked it but it's only "good" silly fun. 6/10 or 3/5
A dreadful comedy from the Wayans brothers.
this scene > tarantino's filmography
Back in the 4th grade this was like my favorite movie of all time and I would watch it EVERY SINGLE NIGHT (not even kidding) so I spent a lot of this re-watch quoting all of the dialogue and it made me so ashamed.
This has to be the shakiest premise I've ever seen. Two men put on full-body makeup to disguise themselves when just two tiny bits of makeup on the white women they're impersonating would have achieved the same effect.
I mean, it's no Tootsie...
...But Terry Crews.
Not bad...Terry Crews is great
The ugliest ladies you'll ever see.
My review -- this cultural/crime/action/adventure/comedy film title is now on DVD and yes it does have a solid to high profit margin of roughly $76 million. The basic storyline is this, the audience meets our two lead roles as they are partaking in this criminal act and consequently something goes wrong, but their chief gives them another opportunity [unknown to them it is because no one else wants the job] to protect and serve these two spoiled incredibly wealthy sisters. Now to make sure that this mission doesn't fail our two main characters go undercover as these two sisters and this film title takes a look at what happens.
Now for me this is a difficult film title to call,…
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