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GWhoGs Your Caddy? is a hilarious, fish-out-of-water comedy about a superstar rap mogul, C-Note (Big-Boi), who runs into fierce opposition when he tries to join the super stuffy Carolina Pines Golf & Country Club. Undeterred, C-Note gets the brilliant idea to buy the land adjacent to the golf clubGs 17th hole, which he cleverly leverages to gain membership. C-NoteGs crew wreaks havoc as they bring their larger-than-life style to the club. As the clubGs hoighty-toighty leadership desperately tries to revoke C-Notes membership, our hero realizes that his familyGs honor G the secret record-breaking golf history G is at stake. As he takes on the fight of his life, C-Note pulls out all stops to bring down the clubs backwards establishment and welcome then to the 21st century.
Antwan Andre "Big Boi" Patton of OutKast proves himself an ingratiating leading man in the rambunctious rap comedy Who's Your Caddy. High-powered rap mogul C-Note wants to get a membership at an exclusive country club run by a racist snob named Cummings. When he's rebuffed, C-Note and his pugnacious entourage stir up trouble until Cummings' sleek lawyer Shannon (Tamala Jones, Daddy Day Camp) advises Cummings to accept C-Note, so that if he breaks the rules, he can be legally ousted. But it turns out that C-Note has deeper issues on his mind and isn't so easily gotten rid of--especially when he starts to woo Shannon. This slapdash hybrid of Caddyshack and The Brothers feels silly and features far too much flatulence, homophobia, blows to the testicles, and buxom flygirls shaking their booties--but that makes it no different from the output of the Farrelly Brothers (Kingpin, There's Something About Mary) or the Wayans family (Scary Movie, Little Man). Cummings hams up his villainous role with professional vigor, Sherri Shepherd (The View) camps it up as C-Note's assistant, while cameos and brief bits by Garrett Morris (Saturday Night Live) and Tony Cox (Bad Santa) give the movie some added energy. --Bret Fetzer