White Chicks

White Chicks

"They're going deep undercover."
  • PG-13
  • 2004
  • 1 hr 50 min
  • 5.6  (130,613)
  • 41

In the action comedy White Chicks, two black male police officers go undercover as white women. Their mission is dangerous but also hilarious. Two FBI agents, who also happen to be brothers, make a mistake and mess up a drug bust. Their punishment is an assignment no one wants. They have to escort two women to a posh community, where the women will be bait for a kidnapper. When the women refuse to take part in the operation, the agents are forced to improvise. Their solution is to masquerade as the women themselves. The catch is that the women are white and blonde. The agents are black men. To make it work, they'll have to look white and act white. The film is a project undertaken by the Wayans family. Brothers Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans play the lead roles. Third brother Keenen Ivory Wayans directs. All three of the brothers helped to write the script. The movie occupies a strange cultural space. At a time when white celebs are being criticized for donning black face, a script that depends on two black men donning white face raises many questions. White Chicks opened to broadly negative reviews in 2004. However, it was a box office success, earning $113 million worldwide. Sony originally planned to release a sequel but later dropped the project. In 2019, actor Terry Crews announced that a sequel was in the works, but Marlon Wayans said a deal for the movie had not been made. The status of the project is unclear.

White Chicks
White Chicks Scene: Purse Snatcher
White Chicks Scene: Purse Snatcher

Clip - 1 min

White Chicks
White Chicks

Trailer - 2 min 33 sec

White Chicks Scene: You Got A Problem?
White Chicks Scene: You Got A Problem?

Clip - 36 sec

White Chicks Scene: 1000 Dollars
White Chicks Scene: 1000 Dollars

Clip - 1 min 21 sec

White Chicks Scene: This Is Our Jam
White Chicks Scene: This Is Our Jam

Clip - 59 sec

White Chicks Scene: Let's Do This?
White Chicks Scene: Let's Do This?

Clip - 1 min 22 sec

Description
In the action comedy White Chicks, two black male police officers go undercover as white women. Their mission is dangerous but also hilarious. Two FBI agents, who also happen to be brothers, make a mistake and mess up a drug bust. Their punishment is an assignment no one wants. They have to escort two women to a posh community, where the women will be bait for a kidnapper. When the women refuse to take part in the operation, the agents are forced to improvise.

Their solution is to masquerade as the women themselves. The catch is that the women are white and blonde. The agents are black men. To make it work, they'll have to look white and act white.

The film is a project undertaken by the Wayans family. Brothers Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans play the lead roles. Third brother Keenen Ivory Wayans directs. All three of the brothers helped to write the script.

The movie occupies a strange cultural space. At a time when white celebs are being criticized for donning black face, a script that depends on two black men donning white face raises many questions.

White Chicks opened to broadly negative reviews in 2004. However, it was a box office success, earning $113 million worldwide. Sony originally planned to release a sequel but later dropped the project. In 2019, actor Terry Crews announced that a sequel was in the works, but Marlon Wayans said a deal for the movie had not been made. The status of the project is unclear.

White Chicks is a 2004 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 50 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.6 and a MetaScore of 41.

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  • Release Date
    2004
  • MPAA Rating
    PG-13
  • Runtime
    1 hr 50 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.6  (130,613)
  • Metascore
    41