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Vulgar Racist Trash

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Release Date: July 27, 2007

Starring: Antwan Patton, Lil Wayne, Andy Milonakis, Faizon Love, Terry Crews, and Tony Cox

Genre: Comedy

Audience: Older teenagers and adults

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 93 minutes

Address Comments To:

Harry Evans Sloan, Chairman/CEO
Clark Woods, President of Distribution
MGM Studios Inc.
(A privately held company of Sony Pictures Entertainment)
10250 Constellation Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 900067
Phone: (310) 449-3000
Fax: (310) 449-8819
Website: www.mgm.com

Content:

(PaPaPa, LLL, V, SSS, NN, A, D, MMM) Very strong, repulsive pagan worldview where the “heroes” take children to strip clubs for educational purposes and racism is a central theme; 40 obscenities (understood), more mumbled in the rap music, and one profanity; light slapstick violence including a golfer flattened by a huge man sent flying out of a golf cart, some literal slaps, man knocked off horse falls face first into horse droppings; golf course distracted by video shoot of rap music with near naked women dancing suggestively, young boy taken to strip club, and lots of sexual innuendo and suggestion; lengthy rear male nudity in gross bathroom scene featuring vulgar discussion of black and white anatomy, partial rear female nudity, many shots of skimpily dressed dancers; several instances of alcohol use; smoking; and, murder for hire results in attempted bombing, extreme bathroom humor includes lengthy flatulence used to distract golfing event.

Summary:

WHO’S YOUR CADDY? pits rap star C-Note and his hip, vulgar entourage against the stuffy classical-music-playing, polo-loving white elitists at a Southern country club. This movie is racist, vulgar and immoral.

Review:

WHO’S YOUR CADDY? pits rap star C-Note (Antwan Patton) and his hip, vulgar entourage against the stuffy classical-music-playing, polo-loving white elitists at a Southern country club. Though the intent was probably to make the rappers look “cool,” this nasty movie makes both sides look pathetic. The writers did their best to make the lead white character (Jeffrey Jones) a racist buffoon. The comedy is predictably loaded with foul language, racist sexual innuendos, nudity, bathroom humor, and trashy slapstick.

If a movie was made with the tables reversed, the NAACP would be on the warpath. This movie will probably die quietly at the box office without controversy because there is no such thing as the National Association for the Advancement of White People – which is just as well. The color of a man’s skin is of no importance when someone gets to Judgment Day. What matters is the content of the heart.

If you favor the advancement of people, period, you will avoid WHO’S YOUR CADDY?

The movie presents Wilson (Andy Milonakis), the club president’s son, as a white hero. He likes rap. He enjoys spending time with the rapper’s vulgar entourage. He is taken to a bar and encouraged to dance with, and slap the behind of, a strip-dancer. And, he winds up changing his hair and wardrobe to be more “hip.” If this is the filmmaker’s idea of a good role model, no sane parent would want their children to see this movie.

The “evil” club president is further ridiculed when he does not even look up from his own preening to notice what his supermodel wife is wearing to play golf. She strips naked and he still doesn’t notice. His wife then spends the rest of the movie behaving like a cheap prostitute trying to promote her services to the nastiest overweight thug in C-Note’s entourage.

The production company for this travesty was “Our Stories Films.” The opening credits promote this company by panning a camera down the windows of a high-rise building showing various groups of African Americans. If WHO’S YOUR CADDY? is a story for blacks, made by blacks, it does not speak well for the black community. While the elitist whites look bad because the scriptwriters made them look bad, the majority of blacks in the movie look worse, even though they are supposedly scripted to be the “good” guys.

What people of all colors need are movies that present good behavior in an entertaining way and inspire audiences to follow good examples. There are many such stories available, but the money to fund their production is all too often wasted on projects like WHO’S YOUR CADDY? Louis B Mayer would roll in his grave to think that the famous MGM lion would roar at the opening of this garbage.

In Brief:

The comedy WHO’S YOUR CADDY? pits rap star C-Note and his hip, vulgar entourage against the stuffy classical-music-playing, polo-loving white elitists at a Southern country club. Though the intent was to make the rappers look “cool,” this nasty movie makes both sides look pathetic. The writers did their best to make the lead white character a racist buffoon. The comedy is predictably loaded with foul language, racist sexual innuendos, nudity, bathroom humor, and trashy slapstick.

If you favor the advancement of people, period, you will avoid WHO’S YOUR CADDY?

The movie presents Wilson (Andy Milonakis), the club president’s son, as a white hero. He likes rap. He enjoys spending time with the rapper’s vulgar entourage. He is taken to a bar and encouraged to dance with, and slap the behind of, a strip-dancer. And, he winds up changing his hair and wardrobe to be more “hip.” If this is the filmmaker’s idea of a good role model, no sane parent would want their children to see this movie. What people of all colors need are movies that present good behavior in an entertaining way and inspire audiences to follow good examples.