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Malibu's Most Wanted

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Overview

A rich kid who likes to pretend he's from the wrong side of the tracks gets a taste of the real thing in this comedy. Brad Gluckman Jamie Kennedy is the son of a wealthy and socially prominent couple Ryan O'Neal and Bo Derek and grew up in the lap of luxury in Malibu, CA. However, Brad likes to imagine he's a street-smart gangsta from the mean streets of L.A., and he's been trying to launch a career as a hardcore rapper under the name "B-Rad." Mr. Gluckman is running for Governor of California, and both he and ...
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Overview

A rich kid who likes to pretend he's from the wrong side of the tracks gets a taste of the real thing in this comedy. Brad Gluckman Jamie Kennedy is the son of a wealthy and socially prominent couple Ryan O'Neal and Bo Derek and grew up in the lap of luxury in Malibu, CA. However, Brad likes to imagine he's a street-smart gangsta from the mean streets of L.A., and he's been trying to launch a career as a hardcore rapper under the name "B-Rad." Mr. Gluckman is running for Governor of California, and both he and his campaign manager Blair Underwood are convinced Brad's antics could have a negative impact on the election, so they come up with a scheme to change his mind about the supposed glamour of street life. Mr. Gluckman hires a pair of African-American actors Taye Diggs and Anthony Anderson to impersonate a pair of gang-bangers from Compton who carjack Brad's SUV and take him to the 'hood, where he'll learn just how scary the thug life can be. However, it soon becomes obvious the actors don't know much more about life in Compton than Brad does, and as Brad gets used to his new surroundings, he falls for a girl from the neighborhood Regina Hall who has her own plans for moving up in the world. Malibu's Most Wanted was inspired by a character Jamie Kennedy created for his sketch comedy series The Jamie Kennedy Experiment.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 11 Hilarious additional scenes including an uproarious alternate ending; Trippin' commentary with stars Jamie Kennedy, Anthony Anderson, Regina Hall, and filmmakers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/30/2009
  • UPC: 883929076390
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: Français
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 29,856

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jamie Kennedy Brad Gluckman
Taye Diggs Sean
Anthony Anderson PJ
Blair Underwood Tom Gibbsons
Regina Hall Shondra
Damien Dante Wayans Tec
Ryan O'Neal Bill Gluckman
Snoop Dogg Ronnie Rizzat
Bo Derek Bess Gluckman
Jeffrey Tambor Dr. Feldman
Kal Penn Hadji
Keili Lefkowitz Monster
Greg Grunberg
J.P. Manoux
Niecy Nash
Nick Swardson Mocha
Rhona L. Bennett Sister #2
Big Boy Himself
Bigg Steele Himself
Curtis Blanck 13 yr. Old Brad
Christa Campbell Angry Feminist
Jo Deodato Clark Saleswoman
Kody Coye Toddler Brad
Terry Crews 8 Ball
Giuliana DePandi Massage Therapist
Drop Da Bomb Himself
Felli Fel Himself
Hal Fishman Himself
Rey Gallegos Loc
Noel Guglielmi Snuffy
Hi-C Himself
Tristan Jarred 7 yr. Old Brad
James Kiriyama-Lem Korean Man
Tory Kittles Deuce
Ken Lawson African American Aid
Howard Mann Uncle Louie
Kellie Martin Jen
Nikki Martinez Escalade Dancer #1
Ecco Morgan Sandy
Suzy Nakamura Reporter
Mary Nelson Escalade Dancer #2
Damion Poitier Tec's Crew
Michael Quill Mike the Reporter
Keesha Sharp Sister #1
Sarah Thompson Krista the Barista
Young Dré Himself
Technical Credits
John Whitesell Director
John H. Anderson Set Decoration/Design
Fax Bahr Producer, Screenwriter
John Debney Score Composer
William Joseph Durrell Jr. Set Decoration/Design
Damon Elliot Score Composer
Bill Elliott Production Designer
Josh H. Etting Co-producer
Russell Hollander Co-producer
Mark Irwin Cinematographer
Bill Johnson Executive Producer
Mike Karz Producer
Jamie Kennedy Screenwriter
John Leimanis Set Decoration/Design
Debrae Little Costumes/Costume Designer
Daniel Lomino Art Director
George Parra Asst. Director
Geoffrey Patterson Sound/Sound Designer
Cara Silverman Editor
Adam Small Producer, Screenwriter
Nick Swardson Screenwriter
John Van Tongeren Score Composer
Mary Vernieu Casting
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Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Malibu's Most Wanted
1. Up In the 'Bu [2:35]
2. Gettin' His Campaign On [3:55]
3. Case of Gangstaphrenia [3:17]
4. Scare the Black Out [4:56]
5. Keepin' it Real [4:01]
6. Malibrew Rendezvous [3:35]
7. Got Us a White Boy [2:51]
8. Quit Frontin'! [3:36]
9. How Undown He Is [2:54]
10. Wannabe Robbery [3:21]
11. Put to the Test [4:09]
12. Don't Be Hatin' [1:30]
13. Battle Rappin' [4:42]
14. Smoke on Their Minds [1:41]
15. Beyond Snack [3:23]
16. Ronnie Rizzat [2:22]
17. Inner/Outer Killers [3:44]
18. The Positives [2:48]
19. Malibu's Most Wanted [2:44]
20. White Kong [2:03]
21. Since Right Now [3:02]
22. Painfully Real [4:06]
23. Party Crashers [3:37]
24. Chain Reaction [1:51]
25. Open for Business [2:40]
26. Outtake End Credits [6:34]
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Menu

Disc #1, Side A -- Malibu's Most Wanted
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   Scene Selections
Disc #1, Side B -- Malibu's Most Wanted
   Special Features
      Additional Scenes
         Play All
         Commentary by John Whitesell, Jamie Kennedy, Anthony Anderson, Regina Hall: On
         Commentary by John Whitesell, Jamie Kennedy, Anthony Anderson, Regina Hall: Off
         Brad and Mom
         Sean and PJ Mirror Rehearsals
         Coffee Shop
         Your Momma's So Fat
         Rap Battle
         B-Rad's Rap
         Free Rap
         B-Rad's Dream Sequence
         Breaking News
         Ronnie the Rizat Rap
         Alternate Ending
      Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted January 12, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    very funny movie good job Jamie well done!

    very funny movie good job Jamie well done!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FUNNIEST MOVIE EVER!!!

    This is a must see comedy movie. One of the funniest movies i've seen in my whole life. Jamie Kennedy was so funny in this movie that he actually made me cry! He basically portrays a 'wigger' that lives in Malibu. He thinks and acts like he's a black gangster. But he soon finds that he's not. Taye Diggs and Anthony Anderson try to turn him around and show him what the real life of a gangster is. It's hilarious the way Jamie acts. This is by far the funniest i've ever seen Jamie Kennedy act. So if you love to watch comedy movies then this is perfect for you. All I have to say is be prepared to laugh your guts out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Bomb!!!!!!!

    This movie is great! This and Scary movie three are now my all time favorite movies

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    How can you not like this movie!?

    This is one of the funniest movies that I have ever seen! It is the story of Brad (prefers to be called B-rad) and his life in the 'dangerous' Malibu community. His dad stages a kidnapping so that b-rad can get the black kicked out of him. I don't want to give away the ending, but it is a defanate must see!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The best laugh I had all year!!!!

    Wonderful comedy. Jami Kennedy was extremely funny.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie!!!

    This movie isn't for everybody, but if you like witty, wild suburban humor, you're in for a real treat! Jamie Kennedy is fantastic in this role as the misguided ''white guy''. The story line was great though with an awesome supporting cast.I'm not going to spoil the movie for you but you gotta see this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    yeah right

    This movie sucked. Plain and simple.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    funny

    This movie started out slow. I was embarrassed to watch it. Jamie K. did a goof ball job playing a white wannabe gangster. It had some real funny moments but not worth buying.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    8 Mile or Head of State?

    Make up of ''8 mile Rd.'' and ''Head of State.'' Didn't know which part came from what movie? But good father theme.

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