Marlon Wayans plays a struggling college student working several jobs to make ends meet and support his mother and family at the same time he's trying to win an entry-level job at a prestigious Wall Street firm. To make a little extra money, he agrees to be a medical test subject and takes a drug that amplifies all of his senses. The comedy supposedly emanates from his drastic reactions to outrageous stimuli and, to be sure, Wayans is a rubber-faced comic. But the writing is never on a par with his flexibility; even the presence of David Spade as Wayans's nemesis--a smug frat boy who looks down his pointy little nose at Wayans--the movie is never more than sporadically funny. --Marshall Fine
Yo sir! Yo! Difference of opinion here.
Uh, Darryl. And we can do without the yo-ing.
What he's saying is let's help people by firing them. Now this seems to me, ebonically speaking, wack.
Perhaps Darryl does have a special insight into the blue-collar or, should I say, hairnet mentality.