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Top 10 awesome movies like Undercover Brother that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Undercover Brother and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of Malcolm D. Lee, Eddie Griffin and Chris Kattan . Here goes the list -

  1. OSS 117: Lost in Rio
  2. 800 Bullets
  3. The Accidental Spy
  4. The Cowboy Way
  5. Superhero Movie
  6. The In-Laws
  7. Knock Off
  8. Police Story 4: First Strike
  9. Armed and Dangerous
  10. Lockout
  1. OSS 117: Lost in Rio

    OSS 117: Lost in Rio

    Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, is the French spy considered by his superiors to be the best in the business. The year is 1967 - he's been sent on a mission to Rio de Janeiro, to ...

    This movie, created by Michel Hazanavicius, Jean Dujardin and Louise Monot, scores 6.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy | Adventure

    You can watch this on Apple Itunes, Google Play Movies, Vudu, Amazon Video and Youtube.

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  2. 800 Bullets

    800 Bullets

    Julián Torralba is a former movie stuntman in Almeria, Spain. He and several of his colleagues, who once made a living in American Westerns shot in Spain, now are reduced to doing stunt ...

    This movie, created by Álex de la Iglesia, Sancho Gracia and Ángel de Andrés López, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy | Drama

  3. The Accidental Spy

    The Accidental Spy

    This action movie unfolds with the story of Bei, a salesman at a workout equipment store, who harbors dreams of adventures. It all starts when on one normal dull day, Bei follows his ...

    This movie, created by Teddy Chan, Jackie Chan and Eric Tsang, scores 5.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy | Crime

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  4. The Cowboy Way

    The Cowboy Way

    As they visit New York, a pair of cowboys have to become unlikely heroes when their friend is kidnapped.

    This movie, created by Gregg Champion, Woody Harrelson and Kiefer Sutherland, scores 6.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy | Crime

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  5. Superhero Movie

    Superhero Movie

    Orphaned high school student Rick Riker is bitten by a radioactive dragonfly, develops super powers (except for the ability to fly), and becomes a hero.

    This movie, created by Craig Mazin, Drake Bell and Sara Paxton, scores 4.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy

    You can watch this on Amazon Video.

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  6. The In-Laws

    The In-Laws

    Right before his daughter's wedding, a mild-mannered foot doctor discovers that his future son-in-law's father is a free-wheeling international spy.

    This movie, created by Andrew Fleming, Michael Douglas and Michael Bodnar, scores 5.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Thriller | Action | Comedy

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  7. Knock Off

    Knock Off

    Action star Jean Claude Van Damme plays a fashion designer who must join forces with a C.I.A. agent to combat terrorism.

    This movie, created by Hark Tsui, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Rob Schneider, scores 4.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Thriller | Action | Comedy

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  8. Police Story 4: First Strike

    Police Story 4: First Strike

    This installment of Chan's Police Story series has our hero trying to locate a missing nuclear warhead.

    This movie, created by Stanley Tong, Jackie Chan and Jackson Lou, scores 6.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy | Adventure

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  9. Armed and Dangerous

    Armed and Dangerous

    A fired cop and useless lawyer sign up as security guards and find they've joined a corrupt union.

    This movie, created by Mark L. Lester, John Candy and Eugene Levy, scores 5.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy | Crime

    You can watch this on Directv and Fubotv.

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  10. Lockout


    A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U.S. is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates.

    This movie, created by Steve Saint Leger, Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace, scores 6.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Comedy | Adventure

    You can watch this on Netflix.

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FILM REVIEW; Watch It, Austin Powers, The Funk Is Back


Undercover Brother
Directed by Malcolm D. Lee
Action, Comedy
1h 26m

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''Undercover Brother'' is the latest parodic tribute to the black popular culture of the 1970's, the heyday of blaxploitation heroes, deep-fried funk and 10-inch Afros. According to a rather selective montage that serves as the prologue to Malcolm D. Lee's winningly silly new movie, that golden age of style and self-assertion was quickly wiped away by Mr. T, Urkel and Dennis Rodman.

What went wrong? The movie's conceit is that it was all the fault of the Man, who is not a metaphor for white domination but an actual middle-aged Caucasian ensconced in an island fortress, from where he directs a worldwide corporate conspiracy. His nemesis is the title character, played by the energetic comedian Eddie Griffin as a kind of mack daddy Austin Powers.

Undercover Brother, or UB, who started life as an Internet cartoon hero, is a perfectly preserved specimen of outmoded cool in his flared trousers, drop-top Coupe de Ville and platform shoes. One of his comrades remarks that he looks like Macy Gray with porkchop sideburns, and he also calls to mind Tim Meadows in ''The Ladies Man,'' another padded-out sketch comedy send-up of 70's Afro-Americana.

Before he crosses paths with the Man (whose face is never seen), UB is, to quote one of the secret agents with whom he eventually joins forces, ''a 'Soul Train' reject with a Robin Hood complex,'' breaking into banks to tamper with their mortgage records. Before long he is recruited into a top-secret organization called the Brotherhood, whose gruff chief is Chi McBride, on sabbatical from his job as the gruff principal on the Fox series ''Boston Public.'' The rest of the crew consists of Smart Brother (Gary Anthony Williams), Conspiracy Brother (David Chappelle) and Sistah Girl (Aunjanue Ellis), as well as a bumbling white intern named Lance, an affirmative action hire played by Neil Patrick Harris, the former Doogie Howser, M.D.

To make a short story long, the Man, furious that black people have risen to prominence in every sector of American society, kidnaps a Colin Powell-like Army general (Billy Dee Williams) about to make a bid for the presidency, and brainwashes him into opening up a chain of fried chicken restaurants instead.

UB's attempt to foil this diabolical scheme is very nearly foiled when the Man's minion, Mr. Feather (Chris Kattan), dispatches a White She-Devil (Denise Richards) to ensnare our hero, who soon trades in his fly threads for corduroys and polo sweaters and becomes a devoted watcher of NBC's super-pale Must-See TV sitcom line-up. There is a lot of clumsy Kung Fu fighting, a few big explosions and a surprising quotient of funny (if obvious) jokes.

The vein of racial humor Mr. Lee and his cast mine is neither very fresh nor very provocative, but that's part of the movie's point. It's not only dragging out tired, stereotypical notions -- the supposed sexual menace of white women, the poor dance skills of white men, the African-American horror of mayonnaise -- but also mocking their very tiredness, and tweaking black racial attitudes as well as white.

The blunt satiric arrows fly in all directions, hitting targets of various colors. ''Name one thing the Republican Party has ever done for black people,'' demands Conspiracy Brother, for whom such words as ''good'' and ''hi'' are charged with volatile racial implications. Smart Brother reminds him of a little document called the Emancipation Proclamation, but his colleague is unimpressed. ''Well, O.K., name two things,'' he says.

The one-liners are clever enough and the physical comedy and pop-culture goofing sufficiently dumb and broad to make ''Undercover Brother,'' which opens nationwide today, a reasonably pleasant experience. Its lack of topical bite may even be taken as a hopeful sign, suggesting that it is now possible to acknowledge that the past few decades of American racial melodrama have been, at bottom, pretty silly.

''Undercover Brother'' is rated PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned). it includes some mild swearing and scenes of cartoonish violence and sexuality.


Directed by Malcolm D. Lee; written by John Ridley and Michael McCullers, based on Mr. Ridley's Web site; director of photography, Tom Priestley Jr.; edited by William Kerr; music by Stanley Clarke; production designer, William Elliott; produced by Michael Jenkinson and Damon Lee; released by Universal Pictures. Running time: 89 minutes. This film is rated PG-13.

WITH: Eddie Griffin (Undercover Brother), Chris Kattan (Mr. Feather), Denise Richards (Penelope Snow/White She-Devil), David Chappelle (Conspiracy Brother), Aunjanue Ellis (Sistah Girl), Neil Patrick Harris (Lance), Chi McBride (the Chief), Jack Noseworthy (Mr. Elias), Gary Anthony Williams (Smart Brother) and Billy Dee Williams (General Boutwell).


Best comedies on IMDb TV

IMDb is home to practically all the movie information that you could ever want, and with IMDb TV you can now watch a bevy of the best movies and shows via the internet movie database, including some of the best comedies around.

IMDb TV is a free, ad-supported (AVOD) streaming service. All you need is to create a free IMDb account and you can start watching all of their available titles through the website or streaming platforms like Roku or Amazon Fire TV and other smart TVs.

Here’s a peek at some of the best comedies that are currently available on IMDb TV.

All of Me (1984)

Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin are an iconic duo in All of Me, a body-inhabiting comedy directed by Carl Reiner. In it, a dying, selfish millionaire (Tomlin) attempts to have her soul transferred into the body of a younger woman, only for things to go very wrong and instead she winds up sharing the body of her lawyer (Martin).

The scenario gives Martin some great opportunities to perform physical comedy, while the verbal sparring between Tomlin and her co-star is fantastic. In fact, each of them were nominated for Golden Globes for their performances.

Both Martin and Tomlin were two of the biggest comedy stars of the 80s, but All of Me was the only time they worked together.

American Hustle (2013)

I remember when I saw American Hustle in theaters and couldn’t help but laugh right off the bat as Christian Bale, having physically transformed himself yet again, is putting together the most elaborate combover that you’ve ever seen. That’s where most of the humor lies in American Hustle, not broad jokes but the humorous ticks and interactions of David O. Russell’s characters, long a trait of the director.

Of course there are more broad strokes, offered mostly by Jennifer Lawrence’s performance (who just couldn’t help but put metal in the science oven, as she says). This helps her performance stand out, but Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Renner and more are all great in the film dealing with big cons and government corruption.

But I’m a Cheerleader (2000)

Groups of people always find the movies and shows that speak to them, and that’s exactly what happened with Jamie Babbit’s But I’m a Cheerleader. Not loved by critics when released, the LGBTQ+ community, and others, have rediscovered it over the years and turned it into a cult classic.

The story follows a high school cheerleader who is sent to conversion therapy after her parents and friends begin to suspect that she is a lesbian. But I’m a Cheerleader stars an incredible cast featuring Natasha Lyonne, Clea DuVall, Cathy Moriarty, Michelle Williams, RuPaul and Melanie Lynskey.

It’s Pride month, so there’s no better time to watch great LGBTQ+ movies and shows on IMDb TV and other streaming platforms.

Clue (1985)

We all remember the board game Clue, but unfortunately less of us remember the movie Clue, which is a shame because it is delightfully wacky.

The movie is loosely based on the classic board game, as six guests (the classic characters Mrs. Peacock, Mrs. White, Professor Plum, Mr. Green, Colonel Mustard and Miss Scarlett) are invited to a mansion for dinner for mysterious reasons, after which they learn that their host has been killed and they attempt to solve the murder.

The cast is stacked with comedic talent, including Tim Curry (playing the new character Wadsworth the butler), Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Eileen Brennan, Michael McKean, Lesley Ann Warren and Martin Mull.

When it was released, Clue tried something different where it shot multiple endings and released them all in different theaters. Thankfully, now all of the endings can be watched back to back via streaming.

Dolemite (1975)

Eddie Murphy gave us the story of Rudy Ray Moore, who created the popular Dolemite character of Blaxplotation films in the 1970s, with Netflix’s Dolemite Is My Name, but you can see the original Dolemite for yourself on IMDb TV.

Moore stars as the titular Dolemite, who after being released from prison teams up with his all-girl army of kung fu warriors to take on the criminals and corrupt police officers that framed him. D’Urville Martin, Jerry Jones and Lady Reed co-star.

The New York Times described Dolemite as “The Citizen Kane of kung-fu pimpin’ movies.” With that kind of description how can you not want to watch?

Garden State (2004) 

Zach Braff’s Garden State is one of the first films that pops into mind when thinking about indie comedies from the early to mid 2000s. Braff, as writer, director and star, tells a slightly off beat story about an actor who returns home for his mom’s funeral and forms a connection with a spirited girl.

There are very few out and out jokes in Garden State, especially compared to Braff’s TV show Scrubs, but there’s plenty to laugh about as the story unfolds with great performances from Braff, Natalie Portman and Peter Sarsgaard, as well as cameos from Jean Smart, Jim Parsons and even Method Man.

His Girl Friday (1940)

If you think Aaron Sorkin’s characters talk fast, wait until you see Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell go a mile a minute in His Girl Friday.

Howard Hawks directed His Girl Friday, which sees Grant star as the editor of a newspaper who schemes to keep his ace reporter, and ex-wife (Russell), on staff instead of running off to remarry.

One of the all-time classic comedies should put to bed any complaints that old black-and-whtie movies are slow-paced and dull.

Inherent Vice (2014) 

Paul Thomas Anderson takes on the writing of Thomas Pychon in the adaptation of the author’s novel Inherent Vice, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterston, Maya Rudolph, Hong Chau, Benecio Del Toro and the late Michael K. Williams.

Inherent Vice, set in the 1970s, follows the pot-smoking private investigator Doc Sportello as he looks into the disappearance of his former girlfriend. Phoenix portrays Doc and stumbles his way through the case with funny interactions with the rest of the cast.

It’s the closest to straight comedy that Paul Thomas Anderson has ever done.

Long Shot (2019)

Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron as the lead couple in a romantic comedy? As strange on the surface as it may seem, the Long Shot proved that it was a brilliant pairing and wound up being a very pleasant surprise when it was released.

Theron plays the Secretary of State who is getting ready to make a run for president. For this she hires a speech writer, an old childhood friend (Rogen) that also had a major crush on her. Theron and Rogen have great chemistry that instantly has you laughing with them and rooting for their relationship to work.

My Man Godfrey (1936)

A 1930s comedy is a genre almost entirely to itself, and My Man Godfrey is a classic example of it at the height of its powers, with William Powell and Carole Lombard as the classic pairing leading the way.

My Man Godfrey follows a ditzy socialite who hires a vagrant from off the street to be her family’s new butler. However, as they all quickly learn, there’s more to Godfrey than what they initially assumed. 

Sing Street (2016) 

Boy meets girl. Boy likes girl. Boy forms a band to try and impress girl. Boy’s band actually rocks. That’s the basics of what you need to know about Sing Street, John Carney’s Irish-set ode to the music of the ‘80s. Of course there’s plenty more to dig into in this charming and humorous gem.

While the music and love story (including the connection between the lead character and his brother) is the meat of the film, the dynamic between the teenage wannabe rockers is fantastic fun that adds to the overall enjoyment of the film.

Submarine (2010) 

Quirky British indie film is a pretty well-established genre at this point. Richard Ayoade’s entry into it, Submarine, is one that is definitely worth checking out.

Following teenager Oliver Tate, Submarine has Oliver striving toward two objective’s, being a perfect boyfriend to his new girlfriend Joanna, and preventing anything from happening between his mother and an ex-lover who’s moved into the neighborhood.

Craig Roberts stars as Oliver, with Sally Hawkins, Paddy Considine, Noah Taylor and Yasmin Paige in support. There’s also a young Gemma Chan in the film if you can spot her.

Undercover Brother (2002)

We’ve already talked about Dolemite earlier on this list, which certainly has a spiritual connection with Undercover Brother, a funny update/spoof of the Blaxploitation film.

Eddie Griffith stars as the hip super spy Undercover Brother, who teams up with a secret agency that is in a constant struggle with “The Man,” the mysterious figure trying to keep minorities down. Joining Undercover Brother on the mission are characters starring Aunjanue Ellis, Dave Chappelle, Chi McBride, Gary Anthony Williams, Neil Patrick Harris, Denise Richards, with Chris Kattan and Billy Dee Williams also starring.

Undercover Brother’s broad but pointed comedy makes it enjoyable for all.

Michael Balderston is a D.C.-based entertainment writer and content producer for What to Watch. He previously has written for TV Technology and Awards Circuit.


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Undercover Brother 2

Prismark1010 April 2020

A sequel to a movie released in 2002. This is a silly Blaxploitation spy spoof that you cannot take seriously.

A bit more energy and a funnier script could had improved it a lot. It would had then been average.

Michael Jai White is Undercover Brother, but here he is in a coma. The action moves to his more inept brother Lionel (Vince Swann) a failed singer who goes after the Man (Barry Bostwick).

Lionel gets help from the Brotherhood. The Man once led a racist organisation but has now fallen on hard times. His unhinged son plans to release a new drug called woke.

Lot of the targets in this movie have been done before in movies such as I'm Gonna Git You Sucker by the Wayans.

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Go Funk Yourself

nogodnomasters5 December 2019

Warning: Spoilers

UB2 is done in "Dolemite" fashion. The plot is nonsensical. Brother and his brother are buried in an avalanche by "The Man." They are discovered still alive after 16 years. They are still looking for "The Man."

I liked the old music, platform shoes, fur coat, and Afrosheen. Our group fights for world civil rights.

Guide: No f-words. Near sex. No nudity.

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So Micheal Jai White gave us this, instead of Black Dynamite 2?

subxerogravity17 November 2019

When I saw that White was taking Eddie Griffith's place as Undercover Brother I was curious. Undercover Brother 2 was a good idea in this environment. So much has happen in the 16 years since that original. The good, the bad and at the moment the worse. The black community needs undercover brother so badly that I was screaming at the screen "where you been?" They gave it to White cause we need that type of muscle to take on the man(played by Barry Boswick who was the Mayor in sin city). Too bad they did not use that muscle. White was used as a narrative backdrop rather than the main protagonist despite being the main character. Kinda like the most recent Shaft movie they wanted to show how dated certain characteristics are in the "woke era" which is what the plot focus on, but unlike Shaft, undercover brother got more respect when they made him a backdrop character. Despite this movie being a comedy they decided not to demean the character just because he no longer fits in the times we leave (wish they showed that much respect for Shaft). This is why the movie focus on undercover brother's brother, a new character who they can mess with for being out of touch so that the undercover brother can stay cool. Too bad the movie is not as cool as White in the title role. Like I was saying, it has a tight plot that could have done some seriously funny social commentary. It made me laugh and I got the message but the movie is not as powerful as the first. Feels too much like the filmmakers slapping something together too quickly and it really shows. Wish it was better. Wish it was the sequel to Black Dynamite.

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Irreverent Spoof is Quite Funny

larrys36 November 2019

I found this most irreverent spoof to be quite funny, as it takes pot-shots at just about everything, rather daring in this age of political correctness. It's a sequel to the 2002 film "Undercover Brother" (which I did not see).

The plot, of course, is ridiculous, as Undercover Brother (Michael Jai White) his younger brother Lionel (Vince Swann) and Chief Honey (Laila Odom), try to lead the BROTHERHOOD to stop the racism of the Man (Barry Bostwick) and later his son Manson (Steven Lee Johnson) from eliminating minorities in the world.

Overall, not a movie I would expect to like, but I find myself laughing out loud through most of it.

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Say What?

busaman7 November 2019

These people did not even try. If it was me that financed this trash we would be in litigation right now.

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17 years to make a sequel and this is the best they could do?

cjwilkinson-818088 November 2019

Compared to the original, Undercover Brother 2 is amazingly bad. Yes, there where were some funny moments and some original ideas, but the overall impression I was left with was how there simply weren't any high points or standout moments, sequences, or characters throughout the entire movie

Where the original sparkled, Undercover Brother 2 fell flat on just about every level. Maybe there was just no sequel to be made here.

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Come on...???

jpsimmons-7201527 May 2020

So this movie is pretty much bad on every level, don't watch it. Besides a few laughs, I got nothing from it. It could've been saved somewhat if they didn't completely exclude MJW from a majority of the movie (50% of the reason people decided to give this a chance in the first place) and if the main character/actor they chose to go with was more likable, talented, and known. Plus MJW was basically just playing Black Dynamite so this is just horrible.

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Leslie Small's shame

FilmCurator17 November 2019

This ill conceived production is a joke, but not a funny one. It's a shadow of the original Undercover Brother. Cheap looking production values, lousy jokes, and piss poor acting. Even the wigs were bad looking. It felt like the cast and crew only wanted to pick up a paycheck, hit the craft table, and get the hell out of there. Director Leslie Small should of requested an Alan Smithee credit. To be honest, I couldn't finish watching this garbage. I only made it 30 minutes in, and couldn't stand it anymore. I will add Leslie Small, as director, to my list of films to avoid.

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Ok movie

mhmod-sh17 January 2021

Not that bad, but i saw vince swann acting like the New Fresh Prince.

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Pure garbage

Yolmajames19 November 2019

This movie is horrible!!! You don't want it to be exactly the same as the first but have some similarity. This movie was just overdone with garbage !

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Horrible sequel

mrartist8 November 2019

I only watched the first fifteen minutes of the movie and was done with it. Michael jai white is terrible in this and the fact they made a sequel was uncalled for.

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no... just no

mikebelljr6820 November 2019

I couldn't make it past the first 10 minutes, I think I would have rather had another black dynamite

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jamesfortankiy30 November 2019

Horrible watching Michael Jai White stooping this low, agree with the other reviewer he should've done a 'Black dynamite II' instead of this tripe. Extremely painful watching Vince Swann doing a 99 cent store version of Marlon Wayans...Hell I stopped this film to go unstop my clogged toilet I've been putting off for 6 weeks...

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It's something.

lardlad15712 November 2019

The movie's not good by any means, but I feel like it's a fun, satirical look into some of the more absurd aspects of American culture

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shenzeeb16 June 2021

Warning: Spoilers

I feel the political statements made but, the movie kind of sucked over all.

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Nobody really asked for this

burke_terrance8 November 2019

Have no idea how this got made when there's plenty of other MJW movies that could get sequels. Come on, who doesn't want to see Blood and Bone 2? A second Black Dynamite? Come on! It's fun tho, just wondering why they made this

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ryugin28 November 2019

As an avid fan of the first Undercover Brother movie, I was excited to hear that there was a sequel, so of course the family and I bunkered down one night to watch it.

It was disappointing to say the least. While the first Undercover Brother was on the nose with it's humor and self awareness it's sequel lacked any sort of the flair that the original had, coming across as hamfisted. With subpar acting, u ironically cheep effects, and a lack of humor, this movie is a hard pass no matter how you look at it.

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Why, Michael Jai?

jrlsx-3542517 February 2020

So...the guy who co-created Black Dynamite is now starring in a sequel of a movie starring Eddie Griffin, but playing Griffin's character and confusing all the people who've seen one or the other, but not both? I didn't even know this thing existed until about an hour ago (thanks BET!) but I'm giving it 10 stars just on g.p. because Michael Jai White is a bad mutha. Doubt me? Watch Blood and Bone.

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Disgraceful doesn't sum this up...

grankin78 January 2020

This movie is horrible by it's self, but when compared to the first movie, it shows how really bad it is... Anything the first one got right, this one destroyed. I believe this may be the most disappointing movie I've seen...

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ebonyoutlawz505012 January 2020

This sucked big time....Did no justice to the original....

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A failure at trying to capture the spirit of the original.

bowen101-160-8295366 November 2019

TL:DR- You know when you're with your friends and want to watch a horrible movie just to make fun of it? This movie is for you.

When I saw the title on Netflix a few hours ago, I thought I was seeing things. The first Undercover Brother was a huge part of my teen years. While it was low budget and campy, it was at least genuinely funny. I don't know if it's the lack of A-listers or poorly written social commentary, but this film just misses. Honestly I only finished it to write this review.

Undercover Brother has returned to the hood from years of fighting The Man. He meets up with his younger brother, who he feels has become a punk in his absence, and proceeds to do a training montage with him to make him better. He and his younger brother are frozen for 16 years in an avalanche in Austria while trying to track down The Man. Undercover Brother's younger brother wakes up first and convinces the new Chief of the Brotherhood to let him join to get revenge on The Man for causing the avalanche to kill them, and to stop The Man's most recent evil plans. Without giving any spoilers, what ensues is a crazy show of poorly done commentary on our current social climate with spattered callbacks to the original Undercover Brother.

Not to say that there aren't interesting concepts and funny moments. Terrible as I thought it was, I laughed at a few parts and even thought the twist wasn't too bad if it had been a better executed movie. But make no mistake, any true fans of the original UB who actually make it through this whole film will find it to be cringeworthy, random, and honestly kind of boring.

The film is also low budget and campy, but this story is poorly written and poorly but together. It seems like a collection of random scenes that a fanboy/girl of the original might have written down were strung together to make a movie. The original UB was quippy and intelligent in its social commentary, but this film simply mocked current social climates in a few monologues without offering much else for us to think about or laugh at.

Now for perspective I personally am black myself, and I would really rather not rain on anybody's parade. But this is a movie review :/ And I'll say this is one of those films that, for a real fan of the original UB, probably isn't worth watching even once.

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Just Sad

jkameka2 December 2019

The only funny part was when he picked on the guy with the man bun just really sad

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A message of truth

lamontedevon18 November 2019

This was a movie of truth in a sense of humor way of giving it and I see why the ratings are low...( The truth hurt)

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Undercover Brother Official Trailer #1 - Eddie Griffin Movie (2002) HD

Just you have never been fucked tenderly. Gently. Yes.

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