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    Waitresses at a Georgia restaurant, Nisi and Mickey, decide to fly to Los Angeles for a music-video audition in order to raise money for their dream project, instead they scam a dying millionaire but eventually become B*A*P*S (Black American Princesses).
    Duration: 91 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 1997
    IMDb: 4.7
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  • Actors of "B*A*P*S"

  • Characters of "B*A*P*S"

    Nisi. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Halle Berry
    Mr. Donald Blakemore. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Martin Landau
    Manley. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Ian Richardson
    Mickey. Character of B*A*P*S
    Tracy Shaw. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Troy Byer
    Antonio. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Luigi Amodeo
    Isaac. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Jonathan Fried
    Ali. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Pierre Edwards
    James. Character of B*A*P*S
    Mr. Johnson. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Bernie Mac
    Terrance. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Darrel Heath
    Z.Z.. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Vincent Cook
    Tiger J. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Faizon Love
    Nate. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Rudy Ray Moore
    Bartender. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Darrow Igus
    Flight Attendant. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Debra Wilson
    Airline Passenger. Character of B*A*P*S
    Music Store Salesman. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Alex Thomas
    Vincent. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Eric Poppick
    Downtown Julie Brown. Character of B*A*P*S
    LL Cool J. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: LL Cool J
    Dennis Rodman. Character of B*A*P*S
    Played by: Dennis Rodman
  • Directors of "B*A*P*S"

    Robert Townsend. Director of B*A*P*S
    Robert Townsend
    Birthdate: 6 February 1957, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Creators of "B*A*P*S"

    Troy Byer. Director of B*A*P*S
    Troy Byer
    Birthdate: 7 November 1964, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "B*A*P*S"

    Chicago Reader
    July 21, 2009

    t's a celebration of bonds that are thicker than blood and demonstrates above all that fame-and-fortune fantasies can blur divisions of race and class as persuasively as they can exaggerate them.

    April 26, 2006

    Formulaic and distastefully fake, Townsend's modern fairy tale unsuccessfuly tries to combine the premise of Pretty Woman with the formats of the fish-out-of-water and culture-collision.

    Time Out
    January 26, 2006

    You can see how the black, modern-day Pygmalion-type story could work, just, but not with this heap of cabbage leaves for a script, and not with such desperately goofy acting from Berry and Desselle.

    New York Times
    January 01, 2000

    It's good for a half-hour of humor before the fun starts to dissolve.

    January 01, 2000

    Paying movie-goers deserve more, especially from someone who has previously shown signs of genuine comic aptitude.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    January 01, 2000

    They both do good work, but it's Desselle who steals the film and grabs the major laughs.

    July 21, 2009

    A string of hugely unfunny shenanigans ensue.

    Reeling Reviews
    April 09, 2005

    The story offers nothing original.
    June 24, 2003

    Not a great example of Halle Berry's talent.

    Star Newspapers (Chicago, IL)
    November 27, 2002

    Apallingly bad. Robert Townsend's attempt at satirizing black culture is far off the mark.

    Boxoffice Magazine
    June 05, 2002

    Bad, amateur, poor and silly.

    January 01, 2000

    A horribly failed satire that should be avoided by all.

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