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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Supporting Cast Steals Show!

    This movie is visually hilarious, script is witty and subtle, particularly for those who appreciate and comprehend hip hop/urban culture. Travolta and Thurman are fine but are eclipsed by the Rock, Cedric the Entertainer and Andre. Rented it, watched it 4 times in one w/e(although I skipped the music performances after the first viewing) and just bought it, recommend it to my cool (urban)friends.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a total spoof of gangsters and gangstas

    If you look at this whole movie as a tongue-in-cheek look at the mobster world, then you truly find the humor in it. ... over the top Russian mobsters, a Wharton School of business grad who surrounds himself with 'ganstas, a huge WWF wrestler playing the part of a homosexual guy, and a white guy who completely thinks he's black (think suburban white kid becomes hard core hip hop music producer, but whose 'hard core' mouth constantly gets him in trouble). The whole thing is a spoof. John Travolta's character is beyond belief as he constantly is put in precarious situations with guns pointed at his head. Yet despite being in constant danger, he never shows one bit of fear and has the right thing to say at the right time to prevent his premature demise. Oh yeah, along with his successful move from 'shylock' (sp?) to movie mogul and now to record producer, he happens to 'hook up' with ultra sexy Uma Thurman who is the widow of a good friend. There's nothing funnier than a clean cut white guy who thinks he is a hard core 'gangsta'. However, Vince Vaughan got more than his fair share of camera time. On a couple of occasions, I just wished that he would shut up, because he had so much camera time. Otherwise, the movie would get 5 stars rather than 4.

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    Posted October 26, 2008

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