In the spirit of Movember here's a flick toting a lip warmer.
“Pootie my boy, when you got right on your side you can whoop anyone’s ass with just that belt”
The world is filled fantastic secret films that you’ve never seen or even heard of.
All I can say is that Pootie Tang is was and always will be too cool for words – and you can quote me on that.
Wa da ta ma damie, wa da ta indeed.
2/5 story is of no importance here, this one is all about the journey, well that and hitting people with belts.
Unless you count Pootie's ever changing wardrobe which is awesome in it's awfulness.
Talking to people who haven’t seen this movie about this movie. Don’t do it. Also Wanda Sykes, sorry I’m sure she’s a sweet person in real life and all but I couldn’t get past the high pitched voice, even if I did like the character Biggie Shorty. It just pulled me out of the moment.
Talking to people who have seen this movie about it.
So right from the offset out with the BS you will either love this movie or you'ill out right hate it and there is nothing wrong with that. It is completely silly and it has more than it's fair share of bum notes but sitting here typing this 13 years later - I don't care.
The fun that this flick has brought me and continues to bring me alone justifies it's existence. Something's just live on beyond their original purpose and become something else.
Pootie Tang was raised to do good under the law of Daddy Tang's belt (played by Chris “yes I’m eloquent and I’m angry mother fucker” Rock)
From an early age people found something funny about the way Pootie talked he didn't use words the way other folks do he said things like Cappatown, Sa Da Tay & cole me down on the panny sty.
No-one could ever understand the words that came out of his mouth but everyone knew what he meant.
After The death of his father at the hands (or paws) of a rabid gorilla. Pootie goes on being Pootie, fighting crime, teaching kids to eat their vegetables and generally filling the world with awesome. That is until LecterCorp decides that Pootie is the perfect man to spearhead their child targeted liquor and cigarette campaign.
He tells where to stick it or rather as he puts it
"I gotta say the Nay-no, my brotha" and so the fur begins to fly.