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The Cookout

It took a village of screenwriters and story creators — including costar Queen Latifah and first-time director Lance Rivera — to cram just about every imaginable stereotype about African-Americans and white people ever conceived into this short,… (more)

Released: 2004

Rating: PG-13

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Basketball player Todd Anderson (Quran Pender) begins his NBA career, and his family holds a cookout to celebrate his success.

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The Cookout SHO2e

Cultures clash when an affluent basketball player (Storm P) invites friends and family from the old 'hood to a barbecue at his estate. An urban comedy rife with stereotypes. Queen Latifah costars, co-wrote the script and co-produced. Tim Meadows, Danny Glo (more…)

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Cultures clash when an affluent basketball player (Storm P) invites friends and family from the old 'hood to a barbecue at his estate. An urban comedy rife with stereotypes. Queen Latifah costars, co-wrote the script and co-produced. Tim Meadows, Danny Glo (more…)

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Cultures clash when an affluent basketball player (Storm P) invites friends and family from the old 'hood to a barbecue at his estate. An urban comedy rife with stereotypes. Queen Latifah costars, co-wrote the script and co-produced. Tim Meadows, Danny Glo (more…)

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: It took a village of screenwriters and story creators — including costar Queen Latifah and first-time director Lance Rivera — to cram just about every imaginable stereotype about African-Americans and white people ever conceived into this short,… (more)

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