Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins ()

directed by Malcolm D. Lee
featuring Martin Lawrence, Margaret Avery, Joy Bryant, Louis C.K., Michael Clarke Duncan

Show Synopsis

A single father who has just found success as the host of an outrageous television talk show begins to question his path in life when he returns home to attend his parents' 50th wedding anniversary party in the company of his famous fiancée -- a reality television star -- in this crisis-of-conscience comedy starring Martin Lawrence. RJ Stevens (Lawrence) is a television talk-show sensation who has transcended his modest Southern beginnings to become the most popular self-help guru ever to grace the small screen. His show, ...

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The Pageturner

Aug 12, 2009

Good-bye, Roscoe Jenkins

Throughout the entire movie, all I could think is "Why, James Earl Jones, why did you succumb to this, you're too brilliant!" I have not seen such a poor story line or such awful acting since I was forced to view "Who's Your Caddy" (never EVER again). Just because you put a phenomenal actor like Jones in the film and try to pair him with celebrities like Martin Lawrence and Monique does not make this the recipe of a fantastic movie. Unless one is up for perverted canines and overused stereotypes, do not watch this makeshift piece of nothingness.

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