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    Pootie Tang

    Pootie is a cool-walking, smooth-talking lady's man and despite the fact that his strange style of speech is understood by only a select few, he becomes a hero andĀ a role modelĀ to the children he protects.Ā 
    Duration: 81 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2001
    IMDb: 5.3
    4.5
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  • Actors of "Pootie Tang"

  • Characters of "Pootie Tang"

    Pootie Tang. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Lance Crouther
    Little Trucky. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: J.B. Smoove
    Dirty Dee. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Reg E. Cathey
    Dick Lecter. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Robert Vaughn
    Biggie Shorty. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Wanda Sykes
    JB. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Chris Rock
    Lacey. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Mario Joyner
    Stacy. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Cathy Trien
    Frank. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Dave Attell
    Anchor Woman. Character of Pootie Tang
    Sheriff. Character of Pootie Tang
    Shakey. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Rick Shapiro
    Singing Lady. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Qiana Drew
    Froggy. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: J.D. Williams
    Solo Girl Singer. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Tara Jeffers
    Record Executive. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Andy Richter
    Record Executive's Daughter. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Kristen Bell
    Board Director. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Ray Wills
    Eddie. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Jim Earl
    Bad Bitty. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Chuck Jeffreys
    Dirty Dee Girl. Character of Pootie Tang
    Sidewalk Girl. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Stacy Renae
    Guitar Player. Character of Pootie Tang
    Greasy. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Joseph Dolphin
    Party Girl. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Keesha Sharp
    Prison Guard. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Greg Hahn
    Recording Engineer. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Jon Glaser
    Fast Food Cook. Character of Pootie Tang
    Screaming Woman. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Robin Montague
    Sweet Little Boy. Character of Pootie Tang
    Diva. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Missy Elliott
    Pootie's Mother. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Ebony Jo-Ann
    Jilted Woman. Character of Pootie Tang
    Big Father. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Keenan Shimizu
    Burger Joint Reporter. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Linda Murrell
    Bad Bitty Goon. Character of Pootie Tang
    Dirty Dee Goon. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Andy Duppin
    Gorilla. Character of Pootie Tang
    Played by: Bob Colletti
  • Directors of "Pootie Tang"

    Louis C.K.. Director of Pootie Tang
    Louis C.K.
    Birthdate: 12 September 1967, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
  • Creators of "Pootie Tang"

    Louis C.K.. Director of Pootie Tang
    Louis C.K.
    Birthdate: 12 September 1967, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Pootie Tang"

    Village Voice
    November 01, 2011

    Pootie Tang works, in part, because it doesn't. Which is to say the movie's special success is inextricable from the moments where it blatantly fails. The movie exerts a beguiling charm that can only be explained as the je ne sais quoi of sa da tay.

    Village Voice
    July 10, 2001

    A bona fide cult object in the making.

    Toronto Star
    July 02, 2001

    A pretty inspired and consistently witty satirical skewering of three decade's worth of macho black pop cultural clichƩs.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    July 02, 2001

    Mostly an amusing exercise in black vernacular, searching for a point.

    Houston Chronicle
    July 02, 2001

    It would've made a great 30-minute comic short. Most of the film is padding.

    Hollywood Reporter
    July 02, 2001

    This astonishingly unfunny Paramount comedy is burdened with writing, direction and acting that would cause Ed Wood to wince.

    Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
    March 29, 2004

    Writer-director Louis C.K. (I wouldn't give my correct name either) was named on Entertainment Weekly's "It List," proving that entertainment is in a bad way.

    Film Journal International
    August 20, 2001

    Pootie is such an original, utterly absurd conception that, however one may hesitate over superfluous matters of good taste or (horrors!) political correctness, anyone with an ounce of humor will find it impossible not to succumb in gales of laughter.

    eye WEEKLY
    August 02, 2001

    There are bad movies, there are disappointing movies, and then there's Pootie Tang, a movie so incompetent, it almost defies description.

    Internet Reviews
    July 11, 2001

    Its humor tires not too long after the beginning credits have finished rolling.

    New Times
    July 05, 2001

    It seems as if the studio thought they had a black Austin Powers, while in fact what they have is more like a black Dude, Where's My Car?.

    TV Guide
    July 02, 2001

    Good for a couple of well-earned laughs but ultimately overstays its welcome.

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