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Undercover Brother

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A very frightening weapon was created, a strange drug that reduces the entire population to various mental zombies, but black people still have a spirit and are out of arms. At that moment, a man called Undercover Brother, Brother is a secret agent working for a group of well-known men such as the Muslim Brotherhood, a completely black judicial association, will be appointed to thwart the man's plan to block a presidential candidate named Colin Powell. Perhaps those operations by Undercover Brother are kept secret as well as slow. In the end, the secret weapon of the plot, Penelope Snow, a dangerous secret man, is discovered.
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Michael Dequina
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January 12, 2004

Every little piece of this project fell magically, hilariously in place, even if some of its gags don't quite hit the target.
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Nick Rogers
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November 10, 2010

"Undercover Brother" fares better as a blaxploitation spoof than as silly-spy shtick. Scathing but not scatological, "Brother's" withering insights are equal opportunity: Here, white guilt is as satirically punishable an offense as propping up prejudice.
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Mark Olsen
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June 10, 2002

The film works no matter which side of the racial divide you're on, because nothing unites an audience quite like making fun of everyone.
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Eric Lurio

November 07, 2003

The problem is, that half the time I laughed myself silly, while the other half, I was egregiously offended.
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Richard Roeper

June 10, 2002

Instead of packing an R-rated, politically incorrect punch, the film goes for the easy laughs without getting too raunchy or violent, and the result is mildly amusing but mostly mediocre.
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Nell Minow

December 29, 2010

Stereotype-based satire; not for young kids.
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Mark Caro

July 20, 2002

It's breezily entertaining and culturally specific without resorting to gross-out jokes or cruelty.
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Stefan Birgir Stefansson

April 24, 2008

funny at parts
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Scott Von Doviak

June 06, 2002

Even the soundtrack selections are second- or third-hand.
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Jeffrey M. Anderson
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February 08, 2008

Much funnier and craftier than it had any right to be.
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Dennis Lim

June 11, 2002

Much of Undercover Brother plays as a funnier, if similarly addled, Bamboozled.
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Joe Leydon
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June 03, 2002

Even during periods when the belly laughs subside, Griffin continues to keep it really amusing with his exuberant flair for physical comedy and mock-serious swagger.
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