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Malibu's Most Wanted

Brad Gluckman (Kennedy) is B-Rad, a rich kid who’s father is running for governor. Ever since he was a kid, he was fascinated by rap music and he wants to become the best rapper in the world. What he doesn’t understand is that his easy life in Malibu doesn’t really give inspiration for decent rapping and his language and style aren’t really helpful for the career of his father. Getting tired of his sons actions, his father decides to teach B-Rad a lesson and hires two actors who have to show B-Rad around in the ghetto and try to get him to drop the act of bad gansta rapper.

Sound and Vision:
Well, we can’t complain at all about the image and sound quality. Everything is sharp and contains good amount of detail. Compression errors and edge enhancement are absent. The soundtrack is nice with good stereo spreading and pounding music coming from all speakers. Only minor thing is the fact that the rear speakers are used too little for special effects.

We start off with an audio commentary track where the main cast and crew talk all about the movie after which you can check out 11 additional scenes. Last up are a cast&crew overview and the theatrical trailer. Nothing really special

Malibu’s Most Wanted is a quite enjoyable movie where Jamie Kennedy takes a funny twist on Eminem’s “8 Mile” where a white male tries to go rapping in “da hood”. The storyline is predictable, the acting is overdone, but still the overall picture is strangely quite enjoyable. If you’re looking for a laugh, you can rent this one

Our Score:

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