The Homeboy (2001)
It's been 3 years since white rapper MC-Squared (Dave McCrea) released his triple platinum album, and his career's headed down the drain. Desperate to plug his upcoming record, Squared blows a crucial TV interview, throwing a wrench into his plans for a comeback. But it's when Squared unites with his plumber -- old-school hip-hop star Hoolie Hooligan -- that his troubles &NFi;really&NFi_; begin. Keepin' it real on the road to fame ain't easy!
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Critic Reviews for The Homeboy
...flat-out amusing, sometimes endearing and often fabulous, with a solid cast, noteworthy characters, delicious dialogue and a wide supply of effective sight gags.
Uneven but ultimately appealing satire of the dreck we call white man's rap music. Some good performances and an often goofy script make for a generally good time.
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