The Breed
Öga rött, Ett

Bringing Down the House (2003)
USA / English
"Everything he needed to know about life, she learned in prison. "
When a lonely guy (Martin) meets a woman (Latifah) on the Internet who happens to be in prison, she breaks out to be with him, and proceeds to wreak havoc on his middle-class life.
Steve Martin Peter Sanderson
Queen Latifah Charlene Morton
Eugene Levy Howie Rottman
Joan Plowright Virginia Arness
Jean Smart Kate Sanderson
Kimberly J. Brown Sarah Sanderson
Angus T. Jones Georgey Sanderson
Missi Pyle Ashley
Michael Rosenbaum Todd Gendler
Betty White Mrs. Kline
Steve Harris Widow
Jim Haynie Ed Tobias
Aengus James Mike
Jernard Burks Widow's Bodyguard
Bronzell Miller Widow's Bodyguard
Director: Adam Shankman
Producer: Ashok Amritraj,David Hoberman
Writer: Jason Filardi
worst film ever
I first thought that this was gonna be a funny film. But, the only laughs came when racial usage and potty jokes were in. This is about a white honky(steve martin) who is trying to hook up from someone she saw in the internet; the problem is that she's not the white broad he thought he would get. Instead, Queen Latifah is the one that Steve Martin has been writing to. From watching this film at a certain view, I felt rather vague to watch a film where good talent is wasted. This is the kind of film, when you watch it, the whites are portrayed 70 percent as bigots than the blacks. The only thing that saved this film was Eugene Levy as Steve Martin's partner in crime.

Someone put this film in the bottom 100 please

Seen it:Nej
Nr of disks/tapes:1
Storage device:DVD
Imdb rating: 5.5
Musician: Lalo Schifrin
Running time: 105 min
Subtitles: Svenska
Audio tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]; Stereo [English]
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Last modified: 2007-07-18 22:31:3