Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins

Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins

Director: Malcolm D. Lee Cast: Martin Lawrence, Margaret Avery, Joy Bryant

DVD (Wide Screen)

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A single father who has just found success as the host of an outrageous television talk show begins to question his path in life when he returns home to attend his parents' 50th wedding anniversary party in the company of his famous fiancée -- a reality television star -- in this crisis-of-conscience comedy starring Martin Lawrence. RJ Stevens (Lawrence) is a television talk-show sensation who has transcended his modest Southern beginnings to become the most popular self-help guru ever to grace the small screen. His show, "Team of Me," is a ratings juggernaut, his fiancée is a beautiful reality television star, and his pockets are always lined with large bills. There are few Tinseltown dreams that RJ hasn't already achieved, so when his parents announce their 50th wedding anniversary, the family-oriented television star immediately drops everything and sets his sights on Georgia. As a boy, RJ was always the target of ridicule within his family, but these days things are different; not only does RJ have a ten-year-old son, but his bride-to-be is admired by countless viewers all across the globe on a weekly basis. But RJ's egotistical West Coast attitude simply doesn't fly in the South, and when his lovable but relentless family refuses to cut him any slack due to his current superstar status, he must finally pause and take stock of the man he has become. Louis C.K., Cedric the Entertainer, Michael Clarke Duncan, and James Earl Jones co-star in a Southern-flavored family comedy written and directed by Malcolm D. Lee.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/17/2008
UPC: 0025195015875
Original Release: 2008
Rating: PG-13
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:00:00
Sales rank: 20,158

Special Features

Hysterical Bonus Features; Alternate opening, deleted and extended scenes; Plus outtakes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Martin Lawrence RJ Stevens
Margaret Avery Mama Jenkins
Joy Bryant Bianca Kittles
Louis C.K. Marty
Michael Clarke Duncan Otis
Mike Epps Reggie
Nicole Ari Parker Lucinda
Cedric the Entertainer Clyde
James Earl Jones Papa Jenkins
Mo'Nique Betty
Damani Roberts Jamaal
Liz Mikael Ruthie Jenkins

Technical Credits
Malcolm D. Lee Director,Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Gary Barber Executive Producer
Gary Baugh Art Director
Roger Birnbaum Executive Producer
Timothy M. Bourne Executive Producer
George Bowers Editor
Charles Castaldi Producer
Malcolm Castaldi Producer
Aisha Coley Casting
Pud Cusack Sound/Sound Designer
William Elliott Production Designer
Alexa Faigen Associate Producer
Nicklas A. Farrantello Art Director
Greg Gardiner Cinematographer
Bonnie Greenberg Musical Direction/Supervision
Danielle Hollowell Costumes/Costume Designer
Paul Millspaugh Editor
David Newman Score Composer
Mary Parent Producer
Darice Rollins Associate Producer
Donald Sparks Asst. Director
Scott Stuber Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins
1. Going Primetime (Main Titles) [4:44]
2. In Control [7:58]
3. Hollywood Comes to Town [3:20]
4. Just Like Old Times [3:57]
5. Something Special [4:36]
6. Off the Pig [2:50]
7. Never Won [9:16]
8. High School Sweetheart [5:17]
9. Just a Crush [5:40]
10. Playing Games [6:29]
11. Sibling Rivalry [5:29]
12. New & Improved [4:27]
13. Stolen Moment [6:31]
14. He Started It! [4:59]
15. Peace at Last [4:28]
16. Family Tradition [9:04]
17. Show Some Respect [:45]
18. A New Plan [3:33]
19. Happy Anniversary [3:20]
20. End Titles [9:33]

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Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
specialtee More than 1 year ago
All I can say is, I laughed on and off through out the entire movie. Martin has done it again. I think we all have someone in our family or know of someone like these characters. Family is very important. Never forget where you came from.