After the action-comedy Mo’ Money, Wayans returned to his In Living Color roots to modify his physically challenged hero Handi-Man into Blankman. Where Handi-Man: The Movie could have at least offered a mix of high concept and low taste, Blankman is nothing more than a Jerry Lewis vehicle without the new blood necessary to pull it off. Even worse, director Mike Binder tries to play the action straight, when more inventive filmmakers would have turned the mayhem into comic highlights. D-
Blankman After the action-comedy Mo' Money, Wayans returned to his In Living Color roots to modify his physically challenged hero Handi-Man...BlankmanComedy, Action/Adventure After the action-comedy Mo' Money, Wayans returned to his In Living Color roots to modify his physically challenged hero Handi-Man...1995-02-03Jason AlexanderRobin GivensDavid Alan GrierJason Alexander, Robin Givens, David Alan Grier
Genre: Comedy, Action/Adventure; Starring: David Alan Grier, Damon Wayans, Jason Alexander, Robin Givens, David Alan Grier; Director: Mike Binder
Posted February 3 1995 — 12:00 AM EST
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