Good-bye, Roscoe Jenkins
Throughout the entire movie, all I could think is "Why, James Earl Jones, why did you succumb to this, you're too brilliant!" I have not seen such a poor story line or such awful acting since I was forced to view "Who's Your Caddy" (never EVER again). Just because you put a phenomenal actor like Jones in the film and try to pair him with celebrities like Martin Lawrence and Monique does not make this the recipe of a fantastic movie. Unless one is up for perverted canines and overused stereotypes, do not watch this makeshift piece of nothingness.