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Director  Marc Levin
Duration  
Initial DVD release  January 11, 2005
Language  English
5.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Comedy
Running time  1h 32m
Country  United States
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Release date  September 10, 1999 (1999-09-10)
Writer  Garth Belcon (story), Danny Hoch (story), Garth Belcon (screenplay), Danny Hoch (screenplay), Marc Levin (screenplay), Richard Stratton (screenplay)
Screenplay  Danny Hoch, Marc Levin, Garth Belcon, Richard Stratton
Cast  Danny Hoch (Flip), Piper Perabo (Sara), Dr. Dre (Don Flip Crew #1), Fat Joe (Don Flip Crew #2), Eugene Byrd (Khalid), Dash Mihok (James)

Tagline  They dreamed of the ghetto...But they woke up in Iowa.
Similar  Da Hip Hop Witch, Malibus Most Wanted, CB4

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Whiteboyz (sometimes styled Whiteboys) is a 1999 American comedy film. The independent, limited release was written by Danny Hoch, Garth Belcon, Henri M. Kessler, Richard Stratton, and Marc Levin, and directed by Levin. The film opened to 37 theatres on the week of September 11, 1999.

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Plot

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The plot centers upon the coming of age and misadventures of three white youths from the small town of Holyoke, Iowa who, having been seduced by the fast money and easy women of the gangsta rap lifestyle, yearn to be African American. The trio of would-be hoodlums ventures to Cabrini–Green housing project in Chicago, Illinois, where they have crossovers with gangstas and the police in the climactic finale, the irrepressible leader of the white hoodlums is beaten up and they went back to Iowa and decided to stay there.

Reception

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Despite having only a gross box office of $22,451 during its entire theatrical run, the film has broadcast many times on cable networks such as VH1, MTV2, HBO, and the Fuse Network. This film is also notably the first role for a then-unknown Piper Perabo.

Soundtrack

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Whiteboys is the soundtrack to the 1999 film, Whiteboyz, also spelled as Whiteboys. It was released on July 20, 1999 through TVT Records and consisted entirely of Hip hop. The soundtrack peaked at 145 on the Billboard 200 and 50 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and spawned one charting single "Come Get It", which made it to 73 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.

Track listing

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  1. "Who Is a Thug"- 4:30 (Big Punisher and 6430)
  2. "Come Get It"- 4:24 (DJ Hurricane, Lord Have Mercy, Rah Digga and Rampage)
  3. "Hell Ya"- 4:31 (Tray Deee, Daz Dillinger and Kurupt)
  4. "White Boyz"- 4:15 (Snoop Dogg and T-Bo)
  5. "Respect Power"- 3:37 (Raekwon)
  6. "Watch Who U Beef Wit"- 4:24 (Canibus)
  7. "Paper Chasers"- 4:40 (Tommy Finger)
  8. "Don't Come My Way"- 4:50 (Slick Rick, Common and Renee Neufville)
  9. "Wanna Be's"- 4:49 (Three 6 Mafia)
  10. "Perfect Murda"- 4:31 (Do or Die)
  11. "Real Hustlers"- 5:12 (Gotta Boyz)
  12. "Get Rowdy"- 4:43 (Whoridas)
  13. "For the Thugs"- 4:12 (Trick Daddy)
  14. "Intrigued"- 4:33 (Cocoa Brovaz and Buckshot)
  15. "I Can Relate"- 3:59 (Black Child)
  16. "What's Up Jack"- 4:21 (Wildlife Society)
  17. "Pimps VIP"- 2:59 (12 Gauge)

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References

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