I'm Gonna Git You Sucka

1988

I'm Gonna Git You Sucka

Critics Consensus

I'm Gonna Git You Sucka puts a satirical spin on '70s nostalgia with a comedy whose somewhat scattershot laughs are often offset by pure energetic silliness.

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Total Count: 28

70%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 10,748
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Movie Info

Keenen Ivory Wayans wrote, directed and stars in this spoof of the blaxploitation genre, playing Jack Spade, an Army vet out to avenge the death of his brother, who was poisoned by all of the gold chains he wore.

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Cast

Bernie Casey
as John Slade
Steve James
as Kung Fu Joe
Jim Brown
as Slammer
John Vernon
as Mr. Big
Clu Gulager
as Lt. Baker
Damon Wayans
as Leonard
Marc Figueroa
as Knuckles
Marilyn Coleman
as Funeral Mourner
Hawthorne James
as One Eyed Sam
Gary Owens
as Himself
Eve Plumb
as Kalinga's Wife
Charles Cozart
as Anchorman
Brian Maguire
as Policeman
Ariana Richards
as Little Girl
Ben Ryan Ganger
as Little Boy
Carl Craig
as Man in Love
Kim Wayans
as Nightclub Singer
Robin Harris
as Bartender at Sam's
Cullen G. Chambers
as Brothel Man
Wren T. Brown
as Big Brim Pimp #2
Terri Bivalacqua
as Brother Woman
Roy Fegan
as Dead Pimp
Howard Allen
as Coffee Shop Customer
Bee-Be Smith
as Coffee Shop Waitress
Dana Mackey
as Big Brim Bouncer
Lou B. Washington
as Big Brim Bartender
Bobby Mardis
as June Bug/Big Brim Pimp No. 1
Wren Brown
as Big Brim Pimp No. 2
Nadia Wayans
as Bar Patron
Joya Thorner
as Bar Patron
King Cotton
as Slade's Theme Musician
Yvonne Doggett
as Bar Patron
Barry Craig
as Bar Patron
Jim Ray Daniels
as Slade's Theme Musician
Maria Diaz
as Bar Patron
Bob Gibson
as Slade's Theme Musician
Tony Cox
as Wayne Evans
Tom Wright
as Brothel Man
Michael Conn
as Officer
Chris Rock
as Rib Joint Customer
Bentley Evans
as Crowd Member
Richard McGregor
as Gang Member
Tommy Morgan
as Referee
Gerald Walker
as Man in Audience
Kojo Lewis
as Watchman
Marlon Wayans
as Pedestrian
Shawn Wayans
as Pedestrian
Danny Raghunath
as Pedestrian
A. Doran Reed
as Pedestrian
D-Nice
as BDP
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Critic Reviews for I'm Gonna Git You Sucka

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Audience Reviews for I'm Gonna Git You Sucka

  • Sep 29, 2015
    Spoofing blacksploitation films just seems like a risky game in the first place, but when you have a great cast and a hilarious script to go along with it, you are on a one-way street. Lead by the very talented Keenan Ivory Wayans, this film follows Jack Spade after he returns home to find out his younger brother has died from an overdose of Gold Chains. The plot just goes off on a tangent from there, but the ridiculousness is enough to keep you extremely entertained. I loved watching this film and laughing at each scenario that presented itself to the characters. This parody is not one to miss if you are a fan of this genre. In the 80's, parodies were at their peak, and this one is another home run. Although some of the jokes feel easy and a few seem redundant, I can forgive all of that, due to the films effortless humour. "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" is great fun!
    KJ P Super Reviewer
  • Feb 26, 2014
    I'm Gonna Git You Sucka is a screwball comedy that lampoons '70s blaxploitation cinema. After his brother dies of a gold overdose Jake Spade vows revenge and turns to one of his childhood heroes to help him take on local crime lord Mr. Big. Starring Keenen Ivory Wayans, Isaac Hayes, Jim Brown, and Damon Wayans, the film has a great cast. Additionally, the comedy is especially well-written, with lots of clever commentary and satire on exploitation films. Entertaining and brilliantly funny, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka delivers a ton of laughs.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Dec 28, 2010
    Chis Rock's part is the best. Classic KIW.
    Sean G Super Reviewer
  • Sep 06, 2010
    This is an hilarious spoof comedy movie with great actors, I really liked it, and I highly recommend it.
    Aj V Super Reviewer

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