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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Ridiculosity At It's Finest...



He's Black. He's Brutal. He's Boss.

LMAO at the theme song "He's boss...they call him Boss....Boss Nigggaaaaaaah!" Worst. Soundtrack. Ever.

17 comments:

MsMarvalus said...

Is That BLACK CAESAR!?

The Obenson Report said...

"That was just to satisfy your curiosity"

HAHA! Classic!

Yup, one of many bastard spawn of Sweet Sweetback. And Fred Williamson starred in quite a few of them. In fact, he's maybe single-handedly kept the blaxploitation genre alive and well. Just check out his IMDB resume.

Sergio said...

Sorry, but I saw this film when it came out and loved it then and still do. I mean c'mon look at the tag line: "White men's town, BLACK MAN'S LAW" Black men killing racist white guys or putting their asses in jail. What black man wouldn't love to see that on the screen? You think Will Smith has the balls to make a film like this today? What do we have now? Flava Flav and Tyler Perry. I mean, Jesus give me a break! When did black men get their balls cut off?

Anonymous said...

My god, its Blazing Saddles .. hardcore!

Invisible Woman said...

@ms. m: I must say, I did like Black Caesar, it is one of my Blaxploitation faves. I don't think this one will be included on that list...

@TAO: believe it or not, I've probably seen everything that Fred Williamson in was in. My father was a big fan, even going to the store to find "one of those Fred Williamson shirts" where the buttons started below the chest :-(

@sergio: lol. It is true--the men in film aren't so manly now, and that goes for non-white film too.
But I'm sorry, ol' Fred just isn't the same without Jim Brown, Jim Kelly, etc. as his cohorts. And you have to admit that dialogue is pretty funny now.

@anonymous: It is a bit like Blazing Saddles, huh? Except that Fred was VERY serious!

LaJane Galt said...

Netflix?

iriegal said...

This was one of the worse black movies EVAH!

white producers were just exploiting the black community

clnmike said...

LMAO I havent come across this one good pull.

Wonder Man said...

This was the name of the movie?

coloredgirlswhohaveconsidered said...

I saw him on an, interview shirt unbutton and cigar hanging from his mouth and I thought damn! As old as he is he's still 'got' it.

Invisible Woman said...

@lajane: I think it's worth that at least, but no more

@iriegal: as were 75% of the Blaxploitation flicks back then :-(

@clnmike: thanks! ;-) I thought that ish was hilarious---I had to share

@wonderman: indeed. If this movie were made today folks would try to burn down the studio! haha

@coloredgirls: he is STILL wearing those unbuttoned shirts? lmao

Ehav Ever said...

Can you imagine what the white people who starred in this movie told their families?

Hey I heard you finally broke into Hollywood. What's the name of the new movie you are starring in? Oh, nothing much its call Boss Nigger. Sounds like a lot fun.

Invisible Woman said...

@ehav: I wouldn't tell a soul...just collect the check and hope nobody saw it!

eeaster said...

Just for clarity's sake, Fred produced that movie himself, as he did most of his movies. Call them what you will, but he was the first Black filmmaker to really break into the European market with self-produced product.

By the way, Fred writes a throwback sports column for EbonyJet.com

Invisible Woman said...

Hi Eric: I am one of the biggest Fred Williamson fans, don't get me wrong. I have seen everything he's done I think...but sometimes the ego is bigger than the quality of the script and story---but that's one thing that made him unique.

Anonymous said...

damn nigger movies......

Anonymous said...

anynymous u racist biuthc i will shove a 3-36 up ur ass or better yet shoot you in the head u bitch