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White Men Can't Jump 1992

Black and white basketball hustlers join forces to double their chances...

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Solar rating: 8.4


Imdb rating: 6.6


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Classic movie IMO...all the trash talk at venice beach is still hilarious!!
:fresh: I love this movie! It is one of my favorites of all time. Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrellson (sp) are great in this comedy. I am wondering how they learned to play basketball so well. The script is very original...I've never seen another movie like it. The ending was kinda sad. :up: :up:
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:rotten: :rotten: :rotten: :rotten: :rotten: White men can't jump? I guess they can't make a good movie either. Rozie Perez is the only shinning star in this stinker.
I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews.

White Men Can't Jump, directed by Ron Shelton, is an above average sports comedy/buddy film starring Woody Harrelson. Wesley Snipes and Rosie Perez. The two men hustle money based on the wrong perception that Harrelson can't play. The film also lightly touches on race. The two leads have great chemistry and Rosie Perez is funny as Harrelson's game show addicted girlfriend.

Poison Ivy, directed by Andy Ruben, is an erotic thriller starring Drew Barrymore.

Meet Joe Black is a dud starring Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins.

Losing Isaiah, directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal, stars Halle Barry as poor, drug addicted single mother who in a drug haze leaves her infant son outside of a drug house. The baby ends up in the hospital and a social worker (Jessica Lange) eventually adopts the infant. Four years later a now sober Barry tries to regain custody.

White Man Can't Jump (1992): 8/10

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