Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins

June 20, 2010 by USA Post 

welcome home roscoe jenkinsWelcome Home Roscoe Jenkins — The film stars Lawrence as a celebrity Dr. Phil guy who preaches his solution of “Team of Me.” Roscoe Jenkins has quite the life, and the film opens with him celebrate his new appointment with fictitious Survivor winner Bianca Kittles (Joy Bryant), who represents Jenkins’ Team of Me “attitude. To help keep the celebrity couple in the spotlight, they decide to return home town of Roscoe to celebrate the anniversary of his parents fiftieth wedding, but when Roscoe gets home it turns out is not so big winner after all, only old memories and a tooth of the declaration has become definitive.

After being away from his family for nine years, prodigal son RJ returns to Georgia to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his parents (James Earl Jones and Margaret Avery). Upon his arrival, RJ is given a rude awakening by his siblings none-too-impressed (Mike Epps, Michael Clarke Duncan and Mo’Nique). RJ must also contend with his ultra-competitive cousin Clyde (Cedric the Entertainer), presumption of the family “Golden Boy” and a long-time rival who stole the affections of RJ childhood sweetheart, Lucinda (Nicole Ari Parker).

As the rolls of the celebration the weekend, greed RJ respect for his father and an inflated sense of self threaten family harmony and opportunity to reconnect with Lucinda, and – worst of all – his relationship with his own son.

There are few Tinseltown dreams that RJ has not already reached, so when his parents announce their 50th wedding anniversary, the TV star family drop everything and immediately set his sights on Georgia. As a boy, RJ was always the target of ridicule within his family, but those days are different things, not only have an RJ ten year old son, but his wife to be admired by countless viewers all over the world on a weekly basis.

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