Fakin' Da Funk
Fakin' Da Funk (1997)

A theme of racial harmony underlies this comedy-drama. The couple Joe (Ernie Hudson) and Annabelle Lee (Pam Grier) learn the baby they are adopting is not black but Chinese. As Julian Lee (Dante Basco), reaches teen-hood, his father dies… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Comedy
DVD Release Date: January 4, 2000
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Ted Shen
Chicago Reader

Chey shows a keen ear for black English, a well-honed comic imagination, and an upbeat humanism; Zoltan David's camera work is outstanding, especially the bravura Steadicam opening shot.

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Janet Branagan
Apollo Guide

While it's no great work of cinema, this movie about serious racial issues is a lot funnier than you might expect.

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Remi Logan
Adorable movie. At times cheesy, a little corny, but sweet and without missing the point. Dante Basco is clearly "down with the brown" in this 90s… More