Baps Movie:

Baps Movie:

Baps Movie:

I wanted to share with you a really important movie that I saw last night. It's called Baps. It's a story about two best friends who share an obsession with the Baltimore Ravens. They talk about the Ravens endlessly, but the boys are stuck in their remote town in the middle of nowhere. That's where their dreams come true.



I loved B.A.P.S it was an awesome movie with a meaning. I thought of it as a Romantic Comedy. Halle Berry is one of my favorite actresses and I adore Natalie Desselle. All the other movies Halle played in they were more serious and less funny and B.A.P.S just showed one of her many talents as an actress. When I saw B.A.P.S it was the first time I had ever heard or saw Natalie Desselle and she was wonderful in this movie. This movie proved that they were really Black American Princesses. And besides I love most of Robert Townsend's movies and this was just one of them. Halle and Natalie acted those parts out like they were actually living Nisi and Nikki's lives and I thought that was just outstanding. It may not have been a big hit, but it was to me.

Parents need to know that B.A.P.S. is a 1997 comedy about two working-class Black women who dream of opening a business and are duped into scamming a wealthy, dying old man in exchange for the seed money. Black people and women may find this exploitive and offensive for depictions of ignorance, stupidity, and numerous derogatory stereotypes, despite the movie's writer and director both being Black (and one female). The characters are rewarded at the end for their decency, but audiences may find that positive note a case of too little too late. Language includes "f--k," "s--t," "bitch,"" hell," and "ass." Adults drink alcohol. (Source: moviesanywhere.com)



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