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The coolest spy in the game is back in this hilarious sequel starring Michael Jai White (Spawn, Mortal Kombat) and Vince Swann (50 Central) as his less-than-cool younger brother, Lionel. Way back in 2002, the brothers were hot on the heels of The Man, the leader of a racist, worldwide syndicate known as The Organization, but accidentally got caught in an avalanche of oppressive, white snow. Sixteen years later, they are discovered, thawed out, and as Undercover Brother remains in a coma, Lionel sets out to finish the job they started. With the help of The Brotherhood, an old foe, and an ethereal vision of Undercover Brother guiding him along the way, Lionel must take on an even more dangerous threat to the black community and the world - extreme "wokeness"!
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Common Sense Says
Blaxploitation satire sequel has profanity, violence, drugs.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Undercover Brother 2 is a blaxploitation spoof spy movie sequel with satirical humor, slapstick violence, profane language, and sex and drug references. The movie has a strong racial element, with terms such as "black bastard" and "negro" used throughout. There is also frequent use of "bitches," "s--t," "hell," "damn," "a--hole," "butt," "booty," "t-tties," "crap," and "ho," and occasional use of "f--k." The humor is flat-out daft but to its credit often works. Jokes range from "woke" millennials to white supremacists. In true spy action movie form, it has a lot of violence -- bar brawls and gunfights -- but it's usually comic and with no bloodshed. In one scene, a character is doused in gasoline and threatened with being set on fire. A main plot point revolves around a fictional drug called "Woke," which causes users to become ultra-liberal and carefree. When a stronger version of the drug is consumed, two people explode into a blue goo. There are plenty of sex references -- sex toys, references to threesomes, visual jokes around erections -- but nothing explicit.
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- Genre:Comedy, Action
- Release Date:July 31, 2019
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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