PG-13 | | Comedy
When a presidential candidate dies unexpectedly in the middle of the campaign, Washington, D.C. alderman, Mays Gilliam is unexpectedly picked as his replacement.
Chris Rock got the idea for this story from the 1984 Walter Mondale/Geraldine A. Ferraro ticket, in which the Democrats thought that since they had no chance of winning against Ronald Reagan/George Bush, they might as well make a historic first so they can win support for the next election. So they ran Ferraro as the first ever woman vice president candidate for their party (and lost).
America is the richest, most powerful country on earth. If America was a woman, she would be a big-tittied woman. Everybody loves a big-tittied woman!
When Mays promises to drive Mr. Hawkins to work if the bus line gets shut down, the clock on the wall is stopped.
In the opening credits, it lists many famous politicians, then in parenthesis it says "(Are not in this movie)".
$13,503,484 30 March 2003
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