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Malibu's Most Wanted/Love Don't Cost a Thing [DVD]
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Overview

Special Features

  • Malibu's Most Wanted: widescreen (16X9, 2.40:1) version
  • Commentary by Jamie Kennedy, Anthony Anderson, Regina Hall and the filmmakers
  • Additional scenes including an alternate ending
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Love Don't Cost a Thing: widescreen (16X9, 1.85:1) version
  • 2 music videos: Murphy Lee's Luv Me Baby and Shorty (Put It On The Floor) with Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Chingy and Nick Cannon
  • Making-of featurette
  • Additional scenes

Synopsis

Love Don't Cost a Thing
The sophomore outing for writer/director/actress Troy Beyer, Love Don't Cost a Thing is a romantic teen comedy based on the screenplay for the 1987 Partick Dempsey film Can't Buy Me Love. Nick Cannon stars as Alvin, a brilliant but awkward teenager -- and budding engineer -- who seizes a golden opportunity when popular cheerleader Paris (Christina Milian) wrecks her parents' SUV and is strapped for cash. They strike an agreement: Alvin will do the repairs for free if Paris pretend to be his girlfriend for two weeks, all in the hopes of elevating his social standing. Little does he know, being popular isn't all its cracked up to be. Kal Penn and Steve Harvey co-star. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

Malibu's Most Wanted
A rich kid who likes to pretend he's from the wrong side of the tracks gets a taste of the real thing in this comedy. Brad Gluckman (Jamie Kennedy) is the son of a wealthy and socially prominent couple (Ryan O'Neal and Bo Derek) and grew up in the lap of luxury in Malibu, CA. However, Brad likes to imagine he's a street-smart gangsta from the mean streets of L.A., and he's been trying to launch a career as a hardcore rapper under the name "B-Rad." Mr. Gluckman is running for Governor of California, and both he and his campaign manager (Blair Underwood) are convinced Brad's antics could have a negative impact on the election, so they come up with a scheme to change his mind about the supposed glamour of street life. Mr. Gluckman hires a pair of African-American actors (Taye Diggs and Anthony Anderson) to impersonate a pair of gang-bangers from Compton who carjack Brad's SUV and take him to the 'hood, where he'll learn just how scary the thug life can be. However, it soon becomes obvious the actors don't know much more about life in Compton than Brad does, and as Brad gets used to his new surroundings, he falls for a girl from the neighborhood (Regina Hall) who has her own plans for moving up in the world. Malibu's Most Wanted was inspired by a character Jamie Kennedy created for his sketch comedy series The Jamie Kennedy Experiment. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Nick Cannon
    Nick Cannon - Alvin Johnson
  • Christina Milian
    Christina Milian - Paris Morgan
  • Kenan Thompson
    Kenan Thompson - Walter Colley
  • Kal Penn
    Kal Penn - Kenneth Warman
  • Steve Harvey
    Steve Harvey - Clarence Johnson
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