Fakin' da Funk

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Fakin' da Funk
Directed by Tim Chey
Produced by Tom Coleman
Harry Yoo
BJ Ahn
Written by Tim Chey
Starring Pam Grier
Duane Martin
Margaret Cho
Dante Basco
John Witherspoon
Tone Loc
Tichina Arnold
Tatyana Ali
with Nell Carter
and Ernie Hudson
Music by Charlie Gross
Distributed by USA Networks
Release date
20 July 1997
Running time
89 minutes
Language English

Fakin' da Funk is a 1997 comedy film starring Pam Grier and Dante Basco about a Chinese son adopted by black parents who relocates to South Central Los Angeles. A second story involves Mai-Ling, an exchange student played by Margaret Cho, who by another twist, gets sent to the wrong 'hood'. The film was written and directed by Tim Chey.

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Reception[edit]

Variety called the film "an energetic, highly likable comedy".[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kelly, Brendan (1 November 1997). "Review: 'Fakin' Da Funk'". Variety. Retrieved 5 April 2017. 

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