Revenge is served on a spear when dirty cops brutally murder DEVIN, an innocent African-American med student. Devin’s soul is magically transferred into the body of an action figure named OOGA BOOGA. Armed only with his tribal weapon and the help of his old girlfriend, DONNA, Ooga Booga takes to the streets and trailer parks to find the men who stole his bright future away from him. The bodies begin to pile up as Ooga Booga slices and dices his way through crooked cops, meth heads and demented city officials in order to clear his name. Racists beware! You won’t even have enough time to scream, “Ooga Booga!”
- Stars:Karen Black, Gregory Blair, Ciarra Carter, Patrick Holder, Charles Hutchins, Dallas James, Stacy Keach, Corey MacIntosh, Maddox, Tom Massmann, Gregory Niebel, Kyle Quesnoy, Bob Ramos, Chance A. Rearden, Siri,
- Director:Charles Band,
- Writer:Kent Roudebush
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(br) wrote: I heard from ex-colleagues that this movie bombed - but did it?! Or perhaps they were sore because it's a rival company's animated movie. But I thoroughly enjoyed it when I caught it during a trip! Had the chance to see a 10 minute preview a year before its release, and enjoyed every single bit of it. After its release, caught the movie in its entirety and still enjoyed everything about it. The jokes kept on coming, and they are actually hilarious, and witty. I've also always wanted a Penguins spin-off from Madagascar on the big screen, and it most certainly delivered. Here's hoping for a sequel to the movie.
(gb) wrote: Yeah... fighting scenes were cool, but story didn't make any sense and the colour filter used in the final fighting scene was pretty crappy. Geez. But hearing Thai all the time was cute!
(mx) wrote: Powerful message, but the subjective editing made me lose trust in the filmmaker. Example: Shot of Pallestinians crossing a river trying to sneak into Israel. Cut to Israeli patrol vehicle travelling down a road. Cut to Pallestinians running into the woods. Cut back to Israeli patrol vehicle passing by the camera. All of the shots seemed to be from different locations at different times. None showed the Pallenstinians and Israeli's in the same frame. Although I have no doubt the danger and conflict exists, the filmmaker wasn't able to capture it well on film so he had to resort to creative editing. To me, he lost his documentary cred by doing this.
(gb) wrote: JESSICA WAS KINDA CAPTIVATING. WHY DO THESE DECENT GIRLS FALL FOR TOTAL COCKS? I DID ENJOY THIS, WAS VERY UNCOMFORTABLE IN BITS, BUT THATS LIFE I GUESS.
(kr) wrote: "I am the super mother bug!" Brilliant, absolutely loved it!
(us) wrote: Bob Hope at his best.
(fr) wrote: Amazing film love the scenes and the quality of the image.
(gb) wrote: It's good movie to watch