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  • Summary: Who's Your Caddy? is a hilarious fish out of water comedy about rap mogul C-Note from Atlanta who tries to join a genteel country club in the Carolinas but runs into fierce opposition from the Club's board. Undeterred, C-Note gets the brilliant idea to buy the land adjacent to the 17th holeWho's Your Caddy? is a hilarious fish out of water comedy about rap mogul C-Note from Atlanta who tries to join a genteel country club in the Carolinas but runs into fierce opposition from the Club's board. Undeterred, C-Note gets the brilliant idea to buy the land adjacent to the 17th hole which he leverages to attain membership. Subsequently, C-Note's crew wreaks havoc a they bring their Rap Mogul lifestyle to the club. As the club's President desperately tries to revoke C-Note's membership, our hero realizes that he is now in for the fight of his life to restore this family's honor, and he pulls out all the stops to bring down the club's backwards establishment. (The Weinstein Company) Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 11
  2. Negative: 9 out of 11
  1. Reviewed by: Steven Hyden
    42
    The tired racial stereotypes that Caddy inserts into the old Caddyshack-style "slobs vs. snobs" formula should probably make it much more offensive than it is.
  2. Reviewed by: Joe Leydon
    40
    An instantly forgettable trifle.
  3. Reviewed by: Staff (Not credited)
    38
    His C-Note is essentially a one-note character. And that note is flat.
  4. 30
    The players appear to be having a good time, though the situation is too sitcom-familiar to be funny.
  5. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    30
    There’s probably more wit and pointed social commentary in the average four-minute OutKast song than in the entirety of Who’s Your Caddy?
  6. 12
    As it develops, Who's Your Caddy? just becomes depressing. You want to alert the United Negro College Fund: A mind has terribly gone to waste.
  7. Reviewed by: John Maynard
    0
    An offensive, comedy-free comedy.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 6
  3. Negative: 4 out of 6
  1. RayofLite
    Aug 2, 2007
    10
    Will win the Best Picture Oscar, hands down. A sophisticated portrait of competition and the emotional scars one gains and suffers from Will win the Best Picture Oscar, hands down. A sophisticated portrait of competition and the emotional scars one gains and suffers from conflict. A thoroughly engrossing and illuminative piece of film. Ranks among the top ten movies of the decade, if not the century. A meditation on the horror of losing, or even at times, winning. This will be remembered for years to come. The theatre applauded nonstop for thirty minutes after the credits rolled. A+. 10 stars. The absolute finest that cinema has to offer these days or any day. Expand
  2. jerryk
    Aug 4, 2007
    10
    Effective use of N-word. Fat guy is the new Charleton Heston. Why didn't they bust a cap in the child molester guy?
  3. AB
    Aug 26, 2007
    2
    Few movies are as free of comedy as "Who's Your Caddy?" The film is an offensive, stereotypical, predictable, and forgettable tirade Few movies are as free of comedy as "Who's Your Caddy?" The film is an offensive, stereotypical, predictable, and forgettable tirade that any viewer should skip. The fact that people actually watched this film is more comedic than the movie itself. Expand
  4. Feb 25, 2012
    1
    An instantly forgettable movie. I can't stand those characters who were just loafing around and making offensive, sick jokes. How this stuffAn instantly forgettable movie. I can't stand those characters who were just loafing around and making offensive, sick jokes. How this stuff can be a movie? Conclusion: Epic fail. Expand
  5. RobertC.
    Aug 2, 2007
    1
    You know, at the theater that I work at, you know how many people saw this out of four showtimes? FOUR. That's it. And you know who they You know, at the theater that I work at, you know how many people saw this out of four showtimes? FOUR. That's it. And you know who they were? An old white couple and two old white women. Talk about a complete failure to connect to your audience, and a complete failure to achieve anything resembling comedy. Collapse
  6. ScottM.
    Sep 4, 2007
    0
    Ray of lite makes me laugh.

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