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B.A.P.S.
Halle Berry and Bernie Mac




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Two southern-fried, gold-digging Georgia peaches (also known as "Black American Princesses") hit Hollywood to audition for a music video to raise cash. But they really hit the jackpot when the director's unctuous nephew involves them in a scam to trick his wealthy old employer into believing that one of the B.A.P.s is his long-lost love's granddaughter.

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Overview

Two southern-fried, gold-digging Georgia peaches (also known as "Black American Princesses") hit Hollywood to audition for a music video to raise cash. But they really hit the jackpot when the director's unctuous nephew involves them in a scam to trick his wealthy old employer into believing that one of the B.A.P.s is his long-lost love's granddaughter.

Main Cast & Crew

Robert Townsend - Director
Halle Berry
Martin Landau
Ian Richardson
Natalie Desselle
Troy Beyer
Luigi Amodeo
Jonathan Fried
Pierre
A.J. Johnson

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 91
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 794043692529
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA) (For brief strong language)
  • Release Date: January 2004

Related Categories:
Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Rap Music
Scams And Cons
Self-Discovery
Rags To Riches
Nightlife

 

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Synopsis:
Two southern-fried, gold-digging Georgia peaches (also known as "Black American Princesses") hit Hollywood to audition for a music video to raise cash. But they really hit the jackpot when the director's unctuous nephew involves them in a scam to trick his wealthy old employer into believing that one of the B.A.P.s is his long-lost love's granddaughter.

Reviews:
"...Disarmingly sweet-natured..." - 08/01/1997 Sight and Sound, p.38-9


"...[Berry is] as funny as she is gorgeous..." - 03/28/1997 New York Times, p.C21

 

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