John Witherspoon: You Got to Coordinate

John Witherspoon: You Got to Coordinate

You know John Witherspoon as Ice Cube's outrageously funny, dog-catching dad in the smash urban trilogy Friday, Next Friday, and Friday After Next. You remember him from Boomerang, Little ...

You know John Witherspoon as Ice Cube's outrageously funny, dog-catching dad in the smash urban trilogy Friday, Next Friday, and Friday After Next. You remember him from Boomerang, Little ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John Witherspoon: You Got to Coordinate torrent reviews

Matthew R (us) wrote: this movie is worth the cost of rental if you can find it great campy movie i would say if you like evil dead 1 you will like this one!

Ralph R (kr) wrote: This has the Fat Boys, who is the greatest rap group ever by far. However, it still can barely work up 2 and 1/2 stars.

Ian C (it) wrote: Probably the only time I ever wanted to see BA Baracus get the shit kicked out of himself. Love the training montage and the introduction of 'Survivor's Eye of the Tiger' brings the soundtrack to a whole new level. Some emotional scenes too.

Mitchell M (br) wrote: The king of comedy Mel Brooks takes a new view on comedy and makes a silent movie with some of the biggest stars ever it is one of my favorite Brook films ever made this is definitely a brooks film of a lifetime.

Bruno V (ca) wrote: Great role by Nic Cage...seen the second time now , best line ..." shoot him again because his soul is stil dancing " , fun things he is seeing under influence of coke and heroine ! SOMDVD

David S (es) wrote: Fargo is a near perfect Coen Brother's film. It has the witty banter, the perfect balance of character development and action, and a climax exceeding expectations. It is one of those few films that stand the test of time, and can entertain from beginning to end. It's dark, satirical, quirky, and fundamentally a unique flavour, catering to all aspects desired.

Randy P (us) wrote: It's portrayal of someone who didn't know how to "grow up" is pretty accurate, and it tells it in a humorous way, which pulls off as a great movie.