Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Who's the Man|
Actors: Ed Lover, Doctor Dré, Badja Djola, Cheryl 'Salt' James, Jim Moody
Two bumbling rookie cops investigate the murder of their former boss, who had refused to sell his barbershop to a greedy real-estate developer.
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You have to be from NY to appreciate this video
peacefulspirit_2000 | New York, NY | 12/22/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This video was made during the time that Dre & Ed were on MTV raps. Later they became DJs at Hot97 in New York. They were the funniest thing on the air at the time. This movie is an updated version of Abbott and Costello 90's style. It was more or less geared toward the teenage/young adult crowd.For anyone to critique this for the acting, you would have to be kidding. It's a first time comedy production for the duo! Like Arnold Schwartzanegger or Sylvester Stallone are great actors --- PLULEEZE! GET OVER IT! All in all if you like a silly movie that will make you laugh, this is a good one. If you do not want to buy it, check it out on TNT, Ted Turner will problably run it again during Black History Month (You know how that goes)."
#1 Movie of all time.
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Buy it,its so f*ckin funny"
Fun movie to watch!
David W. Lutz | LaPlata, MO United States | 09/10/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I guess this was one of the earliest examples of a hip-hop movie with a load of hip-hop artist cameos. What really completes the movie is the performance by Dennis Leary. He is SOO funny as a police sargeant who has to deal with the 2 main characters, played by Ed Lover and Dr. Dre. The movie is somewhat dated but it's a fun experience to watch, as the two newest members of the NYPD bumble their way through a crime investigation they only seem privy to. It all works out in the end, and the day is saved. This was also a strong influnce on movies such as the Barbershop movies and the Friday series."
More rappers than a candy store!
atomicpunk2062 | cincinnati, ohio USA | 10/12/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is a classic and will always be a classic. If you are seeing it for the first time check out the barbershop scene. It is very, very funny! This is one of those movies that no matter how many times you see it, it never seems to get old. Highly recommended!"