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Who's the Man?
Directed by Ted Demme
Produced by Charles Stettler
Janet Grillo
Written by Doctor Dré
Ed Lover
Seth Greenland
Starring Doctor Dré
Ed Lover
Badja Djola
Denis Leary
Richard Bright
Music by Michael Wolff
Nic. tenBroek
Cinematography Adam Kimmel
Editing by Jeffrey Wolf
John Gilroy
Studio De Passe Entertainment
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Release date(s) April 23, 1993 (U.S.)
Running time 85 min.
Country U.S.A.
Language English
Gross revenue $11,299,730[1]

Who's the Man? is a 1993 comedy film, directed by Ted Demme. The film stars Yo! MTV Raps hosts Doctor Dré and Ed Lover as its two main protagonists. The movie was the first to be released by MTV Films, and features dozens of cameo appearances from some of the top rap/hip-hop acts of the time, including (though not limited to) Busta Rhymes, Eric B., House of Pain, Ice-T, Kriss Kross, Queen Latifah, and Run-D.M.C.

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Plot

Doctor Dré and Ed Lover are two bumbling barbers at a Harlem barbershop. Knowing full well that cutting hair is not their calling, their boss, friend, and mentor Nick (Jim Moody) tells the two maybe they should try out for the police academy. Crazily enough, it works out for the two, and they are accepted on the New York police force. Things seem to be going well for them, when tragedy suddenly strikes, and they lose a close friend. Now enforcers of the law, the tag team decides to investigate the incident, which they believe to be a murder.

Ed and Dré find out through the streets that a crooked land developer named Demetrius (Richard Bright) might have had something to do with their friend's death, and proceed to attempt to dig up as much dirt on him as possible. This proves to be difficult, however, when they've got a nutty Sergeant (Denis Leary), a moody detective (Rozwill Young), and a bunch of unwilling street hoods (Guru, Ice-T) to go through to get the information they need. Though there aren't any certain clues to be found, strange happenings are certainly going on, as Demetrius' company seems to be digging for something rather than looking to build on all the property he's buying up in their Harlem neighborhood, and the bodies slowly continue to pile up around them.

Tagline: The first hip-hop whodunnit!

Cast

Cameo appearances:

Soundtrack

A soundtrack containing hip hop music was released on April 20, 1993 through MCA Records. It peaked at #32 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

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