Who's Your Caddy?
Comedy / Sport
Who's Your Caddy?
Comedy / Sport
When a rap mogul from Atlanta tries to join a conservative country club in the Carolinas he runs into fierce opposition from the board President- but it's nothing that he and his entourage can't handle.
Downloaded 1536 times
12/7/2019 6:33:08 PM
Cast your mind back to 1980, with a movie called Caddyshack. You mightpossibly have heard of this movie, as it's one of the best comedies ofall time, backed with a stellar lineup (at the time) of top notchcomedy actors.<br><br>Now, 27 years later, we're seeing the movie again in the guise of Who'sYour Caddy, Only this time, there are a few changes. White guys arereplaced with black guys, and rap culture is fused into the plot, butaside from that it's a carbon copy. Even some of the jokes are lifteddirectly from the original.<br><br>Absolute garbage. There is NO effort whatsoever to make Who's YourCaddy unique enough (or funny enough) to step away from Caddyshack'sshadow. What was once fresh and unique, has become standard and staid,and as Who's Your Caddy copied a 27 year old movie wholesale, makingthe jokes so obvious you already know the punchline while the directorsare in the setup. <br><br>Who's Your Caddy has absolutely nothing recommendable in it's reels,even if you haven't seen the original.<br><br>If you want to watch a funny golf movie, Watch Caddyshack, or if you'redesperate, Caddyshack II. If you've seen them both before, then justfondly re-watch them, as your memories will be forever tainted if youwhat this shameful, shallow, remake. Read More
Guys I saw the movie and I just didn't like it, it didn't have anythingto do with the racism or the bad acting I just didn't like it, reasonbeing is that the jokes were old and I already knew them all, nothingnew was thrown in there that could make me laugh even once, it feltmore awkward and embarrassing instead of funny. Instead of creating anoriginal comedy that will forever be etched in peoples minds the makersof this movie copied other movies and threw their jokes in a big mix.Thats what I thought of it, this review is solely based on the funnyfactor of the movie which didn't make me laugh once and a comedy thatdoesn't make me laugh once can't get a good rating from me, thats allit is. Read More
Read more IMDb reviews
I saw this movie in theaters on its opening night because I thought thetrailer made it look funny. When I sat down right before the previewsstarted I thought about it and I had only seen the trailer for thismovie twice. And no other marketing besides that; I now know why. Thetown I went to see this movie has a large African-American populationso I thought it would be a treat and it would be a movie the audiencewould get behind and enjoy together. There were never more than sixpeople in the theater at a time. Aside from my two friends and I a trioof black girls were there and left about 10 minutes into the movie,only to be replaced by a guy and his two kids, who I assume were hisstepchildren that he hated because he had taken them to see this movie.To start off there were no jokes. The "jokes" were mostly Big Boisaying something, nothing special, like "My daddy used to golf." ThenFaizon love(who I loved as Big Worm in Friday) would just repeat whathe said in a higher voice and add the n-word. The editing made no senseand was choppy. Dialouge vital to the "plot" would be happening and inbetween the sentences there would be a cut of Faizon Love just dancingor something. To summarize buy this movie at the 3.99 Walmart bin if afriend you haven't seen in years invites you to his birthday party orsomething. Read More