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Title: White T

Year Of Release: 2013

Review Date: December 31, 2013

Rating: R

Running time: 90 minutes

Box Office Gross: N/A

Site Rating: 1 out of 10 stars

Twin brothers Herbert and Henry dream of becoming rap stars. The siblings enter a talent contest in Los Angeles with the hope of becoming famous. Along the way, the get themselves into trouble, trying to find the right White T, as in white cotton Hanes styled t-shirt to perform in.

They end up winning a golden ticket with the t-shirt purchase that grants them the opportunity to perform with famous rapper Real Deal at one of his concerts. A deranged wannabe rapper ends up chasing and terrorizing the twins in attempts at stealing the golden ticket he deems his big break.

White T was profane and unfunny. Certain allowances are made for low budget films (this one rings in at $2.5 million) but this wasn’t that cheap to be this poor in quality. This film had a promising premise and could have been so much better had it been properly executed with a better script.


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