Skip to Main Content
Skip to Main Navigation
Skip to Footer
Sign in / Register
TV On Demand
Film on TV
Film On Demand
Radio On Demand
Keenen Ivory Wayans
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Pinterest
Share on Google Plus
Share on WhatsApp
Email to a friend
franchise creators the Wayans brothers continue to give lowbrow entertainment a bad name with this barrel-scraping comedy. A crude and cartoonish film that's even worse than their 2004 effort
, it adopts one vaguely amusing concept - a diminutive jewel thief masquerading as a baby to retrieve a diamond - and bleeds it dry long before the
-style finale. Once you've got over the creepy sight of Marlon Wayans's gurning face digitally superimposed on a child's body, there's very little else to enjoy. Unless, of course, you think a dog urinating in someone's mouth or an adult drinking breast milk are the ultimate in wit. Sibling loyalty might justify Shawn Wayans's presence as the wannabe dad who takes in the tiny criminal, but there's no excuse for his screen wife Kerry Washington, who embarrassingly coochy-coos her way through sexually themed scenarios that are frankly grotesque.
A tiny baby-faced jewel thief tries to steal a priceless diamond for a gangster, only for it to end up in the home of a childless and gullible suburban couple. In a bid to get it back, the crook masquerades as an abandoned child to get himself adopted as their baby son - but comes to regret the ruse when he has to suffer nappy changes and being breastfed. Comedy, with Marlon and Shawn Wayans, Kerry Washington and Tracy Morgan.
Cast & Crew
Keenen Ivory Wayans
Edited for violence, language and sex scenes.
Full Episode Guide
Alien: Escape at Madame Tussauds – review
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets: "a visually astonishing marvel"
What was the inspiration behind your favourite Disney tunes?
Mary Poppins' Dick van Dyke apologises for "most atrocious cockney accent in the history of cinema"