R | | Action, Comedy, Crime
In this parody of blaxploitation movies, a black hero wannabe reunites former black heroes from the 70s to help him get revenge on Mr. Big.
In one scene, a young man-in-love ( played by "Producer" Carl Craig) is shot just as he is proposing to his girl friend. Keenen's character picks up the body and uses him as a shield to avoid getting shot while running across the street. Keenen drops the body face-up in the street. Before calling "Cut", Keenen (as the film's Director) suddenly runs back onto the set and steps on Carl Craig's stomach and then runs away as he's laughing and being chased by Carl Craig. the whole film crew started to laugh as well.
I heard you screamin' from all the way over there, and...
Leonard: I wasn't screamin', all right?
Willie: But I heard you...
Leonard: I wasn't screamin'! I was whistling!
Willie: You was whistling "Willie, help get this bitch off of me"?
During the Soul Train (1971) line dance, Cheryl kicks people in the face with her white boots. At the end of the dance, her boots are black.
Kung Fu Joe (Steve James) crawls up to a cop at the scene of the film's final confrontation: "Slade. I must find Slade." [rips off his shirt] "Kung Fu Joe is here!" Cop: "Sorry buddy. They've already gone." [walks away] Kung Fu Joe: [calls after him] "Yo brother, do you got a bandaid?"
$543,588 (USA) (16 December 1988)
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