YMMV / Undercover Brother

  • Crosses the Line Twice: Lance's gory dispatching of enemy mooks is so over the top it becomes ridiculous.
  • Crowning Moment of Awesome: The final fight of Undercover Brother versus Mr. Feather. And the way Mr. Feather is finally dispatched.
  • Crowning Moment of Funny: Pretty much everything Dave Chappelle says. For example:
    Conspiracy Brother: What the fuck? Chief! I've never seen this bitch in my secret agent classes! I'm still paying the loans off, man! I sleep on a pissy mattress! I ain't got good food to eat! I borrow money for my weed! I quit! That's it. Y'all ain't got Conspiracy Brother Jones to kick around anymore! Give me a pillow case... I'm joining the Klan!
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: If you like funk, every battle sequence has this.
  • Genius Bonus: The General's Chicken commercial offer of a free bottle of malt liquor is even funnier when you remember that Billy Dee Williams did commercials for Colt .45
  • Harsher in Hindsight: The entire bit about a black Presidential candidate suddenly opening a fried chicken fast food franchise is given a more serious undertone when some people attempted to make Barack Obama brand fried chicken fast food restaurants.
  • He Really Can Act: Chris Kattan finally employs his physical comedy skills to good use, and adds a surprising dollop of comedic timing.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Dave Chappelle exclaiming that he wants to join the Klan (see his rant in Token White).
    • Neil Patrick Harris congratulating Undercover Brother on (also) having sex with a white woman.
      • Having Neil Patrick Harris's Berserk Button being called "sissy" (though it's certainly not a kind thing to say to anyone anyway) is an HIH since he came out 4 years later.
    • Sistah Girl mockingly calls Undercover Brother "Bruce Leroy" when she sneaks into his apartment. Eddie Griffin would later star in My Baby's Daddy, with a baby character named Bruce Leroy.
    • The movie features a Black man being tricked into giving up his presidential bid to run a fast food chain. Years later, a Black owner of a fast food chain would campaign to be president.
  • Shout-Out: Bruce Leroy is the main character of The Last Dragon.
  • Lost in Translation: The movie is notable for being a pain to translate for foreign audiences since many jokes used in the movie only had sense for American viewers, but not for anyone outside the U.S. (like the infamous mayonnaise scene)