Hollywood Shuffle -- This film takes a satirical look at the ambivalent relationship between Hollywood power brokers and African-American performers. The filmmaker also stars as Bobby Taylor, a struggling actor looking for his big break in the entertainment industry.
Hip animated tale of a swinging bachelor whose hot date is ruined by the uncontrollable kids she has brought with her. From a story by the late Robin Harris!
Townsend's semi-autobiographical comedy about a black actor's tough time finding a decent role in Hollywood. 'In Living Color's' Wayans brothers are featured!
A minor-league baseball player goes on a month-long $30 million spending spree in order to collect a $300 million inheritance. Not great but Pryor and Candy are worth watching!
A group of people picket in front of Bobby Taylor's home for taking on stereo type roles.
A detective finds the man he's been looking for.
A school that teaches black people how to act like a black person.
Bobby Taylor's wife reveals her true feelings to a news reporter.
An off-the-wall comedy documentary about the greatest rap band that never was.
When ladies' man Robin meets Jamika, he falls head over heels, but she greets him with four surprises: her son and her girlfriend Bebe's three kids.
When ladies' man Robin meets the beautiful Jamika at a funeral service, he feels he must have died and gone to heaven. But on their first date, she greets him with four small surprises: her son Leon and girlfriend Bebe's three trouble-seeking kids. Robin's dream date becomes a nightmare as the group goes to the amusement park Fun World.
This film takes a satirical look at the ambivalent relationship between Hollywood power brokers and African-American performers. The filmmaker also stars as Bobby Taylor, a struggling actor looking for his big break in the entertainment industry. While working a day job flipping burgers, Bobby heads out to insulting casting calls where white casting agents pass judgement on whether he seems "black enough." When Bobby actually does earn a big role, he is forced to choose between accepting work that opens doors, but ultimately demeans him and returning to obscurity with his principles intact.
This film takes a satirical look at the ambivalent relationship between Hollywood power brokers and African-American performers. The filmmaker also stars as Bobby Taylor, a struggling actor looking for his big break in the entertainment industry.
Richard Pryor is Montgomery Brewster, a minor league baseball pitcher who discovers he has to blow $30 million in 30 days as a condition to inherit a much greater fortune. Here's the catch: He will forfeit everything if he reveals to a soul the real reason he seems to be throwing away all that cash. With the help of his pal Spike (John Candy), they set off on a frantic spending spree the likes of which would bring any self-respecting accountant to his knees.
Brewster's Millions. Richard Pryor and John Candy star in this outrageous comedy about a baseball pitcher who discovers he has to blow $30 million in 30 days as a condition to inherit a much greater fortune.
An overly protective Bonetti is upset when his visiting mother dates Capt. Midnight, until he learns she's being pursued by an obsessively jealous boyfriend.
Bonetti's (Jack Scalia) run-in with a popular newsman (guest star Tony Plana) is followed by a media smear campaign against officers Tequila and Bonetti designed to boost ratings.
Tequila becomes a hero and is offered a contract to become "spokesdog" for a home security firm after he saves a baby from a fire. Guest star: James Luisi. With Jack Scalia and Charles Rocket.
Bonetti encounters bad dates and a suspect with ties to the Captain when he joins a video dating service to apprehend a serial killer.
Bonetti must re-evaluate his skepticism regarding a psychic who accurately predicts a murder when she warns him of his own imminent death.
Bonetti and Garcia attempt to help an autistic man who comes to report having witnessed a murder to Tequila's deceased former partner.
Tequila and a dangerous, escaped crack dealer have something in common when Tequila is reunited with his former owner, a 12-year-old, street-wise girl named Casey.
Det. Bonetti (Jack Scalia) is assigned to team up with Chad Rydell (guest star Don DiAquino), one of Hollywood's most spoiled and sexiest actors, who wants to see how "real cops" work, for his upcoming movie.
Bonetti (Jack Scalia) decides he wants a new partner after his classic 1957 Cadillac convertible is stolen from under Tequila's nose.
Bonetti and Tequila aid Garcia when a suspected rapist she apprehended is released and takes his revenge by kidnapping her daughter.