Wayans Brothers’ Dance Flick Trailer

What can I say? It’s a new Wayans Brothers comedy that parodies such classics as Step Up, Bring It On, Hairspray, and yes even Flashdance (I’m using the word “parody” loosely). It looks every bit as hilariously bad as I had hoped it would. This is perfect drive-in material, except that it hits theatres right in the dead of winter. Look for it on February 6th, 2009 — the same day that Fanboys comes out. Anyone want to place bets on which one will make more money?

  • If I had my finger on the “Doomsday Button” I’d push it now. Humanity is sick and pathetic.

  • Bob The Slob

    I think you hit the nail on the head sean…the problem with all the new spoofs, besides being awful, is they are parodying shit movies…whilst the older spoofs flicks were parodying certified classics. Not that the youngins today would know what that is…Beverly Hills CheeWoWwa is a better movie to them then say Deliverance (not that they would know what that is.)

  • There was a couple of funny parts in that trailer. I like the Wayan Bros. because they always add controversy to their films. They didn’t get to do Scary Movie 3 or 4 because of this. Shame….considering they did “In Living Color”. No respect.

  • swarez

    Yes Sean I would like to bet on who makes more money this or Fanboys. This flick will.

    I’m almost afraid to admit that I laughed a couple of times during this trailer. But I will in no way seek out this film to watch.

  • paulieq

    ok i hate to say it but I laughed threw the trailer thought it was acutaly ok…..

  • Even though I am not a fan of the spoof movies, what comforts me the most about this movie is that they are not relying on horrible references to celebrities/other events that have nothing to do with any of the movies, i.e., Britney Spears, Hannah Montana, etc.

  • Mike

    Despite the negative feedback left by others, this movie has one vitally important feature…. An that is that it is not trying to be serious or take itself seriously… It is poking fun at a group of movies that have been done to death, all withb the same story, that if written down, would fit on a post-it. I say grats to the Wayan brothers for pointing out to future would be movie makers wanting to cash in on street dance movies that they have now entered the genre of laughable, and won’t be taken seriously even if they got James Earl Jones in to play a rapper.