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    Juwanna Mann

    The movie revolves around Jamal Jefferies, a hotheaded pro basketball player whose on-court antics and quick temper get him booted from the league altogether. But Jamal does not give up, he poses as a woman and joins the WUBA.
    Duration: 91 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2002
    IMDb: 4.6
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  • Actors of "Juwanna Mann"

  • Characters of "Juwanna Mann"

    Jamal Jefferies. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Michelle Langford. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Vivica A. Fox
    Lorne Daniels. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Kevin Pollak
    Puff Smokey Smoke. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Tommy Davidson
    Latisha Jansen. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Kim Wayans
    Aunt Ruby. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Jenifer Lewis
    Romeo. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Ginuwine
    Tina Parker. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Lil' Kim
    Coach Rivers. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Annie Corley
    Vicki Sanchez. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Tammi Reiss
    Magda Rowonowitch. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Heather Quella
    Natalie Kemper. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Angie Cossey
    Debbie Scruggs. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Itoro Coleman
    Carla. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Deanna Dawn
    Andrew Stewart. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Tyrone Bogues
    Beat Player Whitley. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Beat Player Morse. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Vlade Divac
    Kevin Frazier. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Kevin Frazier
    Jay Leno. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Jay Leno
    Beat Player Kerns. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Rickey. Character of Juwanna Mann
    Played by: Omar J. Dorsey
  • Directors of "Juwanna Mann"

    Jesse Vaughan. Director of Juwanna Mann
    Jesse Vaughan
  • Creators of "Juwanna Mann"

    Bradley Allenstein. Director of Juwanna Mann
    Bradley Allenstein
  • Critic Reviews of "Juwanna Mann"

    Chicago Reader
    February 27, 2007

    The idea of transposing the story to the macho, greedy world of big-time sports is promising, but director Jesse Vaughan delivers only flat dialogue and predictable situations.

    Associated Press
    February 27, 2007

    The movie is sloppily edited, the gags limply staged, the dialogue and jokes stiff and stale. Even the action on the basketball court is unimaginative and boring.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    An unpersuasive moral journey, with a smattering of laughs, that fails to justify the insulting premise that only a man can help the ladies win at both basketball and love.

    L.A. Weekly
    November 18, 2002

    Vaughan brings such disregard to the film that its pedestrian on-court action might as well have been shot from the bleacher seats.

    Entertainment Weekly
    July 03, 2002

    A Tootsie-role sports farce that's a drag in every which way.

    Ebert & Roeper
    June 25, 2002

    Simplistic, silly and tedious.

    Common Sense Media
    December 24, 2010

    Cross-dressing sports comedy has lockerroom humor.

    Empire Magazine
    December 30, 2006

    As limp as it is lazy.

    Radio Free Entertainment
    January 15, 2004

    Bogus and wickedly unoriginal.

    Movie Metropolis
    November 26, 2002

    ...about as exciting to watch as two last-place basketball teams playing one another on the final day of the season.

    Guardian
    November 19, 2002

    Some like it lukewarm in this tale.

    Cincinnati Enquirer
    October 15, 2002

    It's hard to know what to make of a film such as this, with its implicit message that it takes men to empower women in sports.

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