aren’t my favorite type of movie, but this one of a kind
parody of the "Austin Powers" series was much too hard to
Brother brought endless laughs and smiles. The
ridiculous seventies funk antics are things I couldn’t help
chuckling at. I thought this would be another mediocre
rap-based teenage flick, but man was I wrong. Luckily that I
saw it, I did not miss any of the laughs that the funky
“Undercover Brother” produced, he was “SOLID”!
I really enjoyed Eddie Griffin’s “FUNKY” voice, it was
a completely “RETRO”. All of the laughs were created by the
way he said the lines that he was provided with; and of
course, his undeniably funny disco-like appearance. Overall,
his performance was an eccentric, and unique masterpiece; in
it's own little way.
Griffin was great, but the best performance in the film
was put on by Chris Kattan. He play’s a man who wants to
shut out blacks from their funky ways, but every time he
hears a catchy rap or R&B song he bursts out in the
undeniably wonderful jives of the artist. His performance
was one of the best comedic efforts I have seen in years!
Denise Richards fit the film well too. She was the
perfect example of a white kiss up, who has the ability to
make a movie just a little bit funnier. I almost fell over
after a certain sequence of jokes about mayonnaise that
involved "Undercover Brother" and her character. She was a
sexy fit into this film’s critically acclaimed cast of
is a great comedy that almost everyone will love. The way it
evolved racism into comedy was the secret of the magic; it
made something incredibly serious into a laid-back
extravaganza of hilaria.
has something for everyone, and will use this skill to
please audiences around the globe.