The Breaks (1999)


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In this hip-hop oriented comedy, Mitch Mullany plays a guy living in Oakland, California, who's having a really bad day. Of course, the fact that he's one of the only White people living in his neighborhood doesn't help -- especially since he goes out of his way to "act Black." The Breaks features cameo appearances from NBA star Gary Payton and legendary funkmaster George Clinton.

Rating: R (adult situations/language, sex, violence)
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Mitch Mullany
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On DVD: Jun 19, 2001



as Derrick King

as Shaquan
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Hilarious! Tons of laughter. Mitch Mullany is absolutely crazy funny.

Leo L

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hmm. when i first saw this movie in 2002 I thought it was hilarious. Upon watching it now, it seems to have lost some luster. Mullaly is still funny, but some of the jokes dont seem to work anymore. It is still cool tho to see Eddie from Family Matters call someone a "gay ass Urkle".
Best part : LOVE BUTTER!

So stupid and pointless and just retarded that i found it hard not to like it. Funny Comedy, "The big dick statue" lmfaoo

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