A cop is forced to go undercover to catch a murderous bank robber, by impersonating an older female relative of the crook's ex-girlfriend, who was also a suspect in the bank job. Unfortunately, our hero's hormones get the better of him and he falls in love with the girlfriend, which complicates and almost ruins his undercover work...
Ian Douglas: Hoo boy. Okay, so it will go straight to number 1, just like in the States. A cynic might say that Lawrence is trying to catch Eddie Murphy by combining two of Murphy's successes (detective, fake fat person) into one movie. As a comedy it starts off okay, but right around the toilet scene, the laughter dies down. The preview audience was strangely quite for a long time after that, as the humour was very weak and cliched. The only saving grace is the eye-friendly Nia Long. The film also features at least two astonishing (that they were left in) lapses in continuity.
Michael O'Neal (25): Sucks!! Don't waste your money and time for this crap!
Lauren Gouws (45): Brilliant!!!!!
Tumelo Taunyane (19): I really enjoyed the movie, it's very funny and I loved the humour in it. I can't wait for the movie to be on videos , so I can sit at home and laugh all day long.
Cynthia Lovett (23): Slapstick comedy, you've got to love it.
Brian Kgariya (20): I think it's funny, but some of the scene have be used in alot of movies, it's now getting to me . It was not as good as Martin's previous movie ''Blue Streak''