Fresh, rambunctious and utterly unpretentious, this amiable but tart-tongued shaggy-dog story about a bunch of aspiring rap stars en route to a video shoot in Miami is a pleasant change from vulgar, booty-oriented comedies. NYU film school grad Leta Evans
(Melissa De Sousa) wants to make music videos, so she takes a thankless job assisting Bleau (Downtown Julie Brown), a big-name director on assignment for mogul Freddy B (Luther "Luke" Campbell). A bit of a princess, Leta finds herself in charge of a rattletrap bus helmed by brothers Roscoe and Bo
(John Witherspoon and Cedric the Entertainer) -- who appear to have spent their formative years on the chitlin circuit ...