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Be Cool (2005)

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Disenchanted with the movie industry, Chili Palmer tries the music industry, meeting and romancing a widow of a music exec on the way.

Director: F. Gary Gray
Writer: Peter Steinfeld

Release Date: 2005-03-04
Status: Released
Run time: 118 min / 1:58
Budget: $53,000,000
Revenue: $95,226,116
Production Companies : Double Feature Films, Jersey Films, Nina Saxon Film Design, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2005-03-04
Status: Released
Run time: 118 min / 1:58
Budget: $53,000,000
Revenue: $95,226,116

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Casts

John Travolta
as Chili Palmer
Uma Thurman
as Edie Athens
Vince Vaughn
as Raji
Cedric the Entertainer
as Sin LaSalle
André Benjamin
as Dabu
Steven Tyler
as Steven Tyler
Robert Pastorelli
as Joe Loop
Christina Milian
as Linda Moon
Paul Adelstein
as Hy Gordon
Debi Mazar
as Marla
Gregory Alan Williams
as Darryl
Harvey Keitel
as Nick Carr
Dwayne Johnson
as Elliot Wilhelm
Danny DeVito
as Martin Weir
James Woods
as Tommy Athens
Anthony J. Ribustello
as Fast Freddie
Wyclef Jean
as Wyclef Jean
Fred Durst
as Fred Durst
Sérgio Mendes
as Sergio Mendes
Gene Simmons
as Gene Simmons
RZA
as RZA
Joe Perry
as Joe Perry
Anna Nicole Smith
as Anna Nicole Smith
Alex Kubik
as Roman Bulkin
Darren Carter
as Glenn
Carol Duboc
as Pumpkin
Minae Noji
as Miss Bangkok
Arielle Kebbel
as Robin
Kimberly J. Brown
as Tiffany
Margaret Travolta
as Marge
Scott Adsit
as Program Director
Brian Christensen
as Hairy Russian
Nick Loren
as Assistant Director
Craig Susser
as Assistant Director
George Fisher
as Ivan
Sahar Simmons
as Sin LaSalle's Wife
Serdar Kalsin
as Bearded Russian
Russ Irwin
as Russ Irwin
Joey Kramer
as Joey Kramer
Brad Whitford
as Brad Whitford
Tom Hamilton
as Tom Hamilton
Joyce Tolbert
as Backup Singer
Noelle Scaggs
as Backup Singer
Will.i.am
as Will.i.am
Fergie
as Fergie
Apl.de.Ap
as Apl.de.Ap
Taboo
as Taboo
Carmen Getit
as Carmen Getit
Steve Lucky
as Steve Lucky
Kimberly Wyatt
as Pussycat Doll
Kasey Campbell
as Pussycat Doll
Ashley Roberts
as Pussycat Doll
Nicole Scherzinger
as Pussycat Doll
Shanell Woodgett
as Music Video Dancer
Clifford McGhee
as Music Video Dancer
Christopher Toler
as Music Video Dancer
Ivan 'Flipz' Velez
as Music Video Dancer
Donyelle Denise Jones
as Music Video Dancer
Gustavo Vargas
as Swing Dancer

Crew

Directing F. Gary Gray Director
Writing Elmore Leonard Novel
Writing Peter Steinfeld Screenplay
Production Danny DeVito Producer
Production David Nicksay Producer
Production Michael Shamberg Producer
Production Stacey Sher Producer
Production F. Gary Gray Executive Producer
Production Elmore Leonard Executive Producer
Production Michael Siegel Executive Producer
Sound John Powell Original Music Composer
Editing Sheldon Kahn Editor
Art Michael Corenblith Production Design
Art Denise Pizzini Set Decoration
Art Lauren E. Polizzi Art Direction
Art Dan Webster Art Direction
Editing Harold Parker First Assistant Editor
Camera Jeffrey L. Kimball Director of Photography

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  • Audience Reviews for Be Cool It has a dynamic cast of actors, musicians and entertainers, but Be Cool can't deliver from the amount of starpower it possessed. The film is bland and has a giggle every now and then, but otherwise, just flat. 2/5

  • Watered-down sequel isn't meant for kids. Read Common Sense Media's Be Cool review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • "Be Cool" is a movie that knows it is a movie. It knows it is a sequel and contains disparaging references to sequels. All very cute at the screenplay stage, where everybody can sit around at story conferences and assume that a scene will work because the scene it refers to worked. But that's the case only when the new scene is also good as ...

  • The cool and slick Chili Palmer from the first and good film "Get Shorty" is revived to play a mobster gone music business pro. He steals a young hot singer (Christina Milian) from her ghetto pimped out Jewish manager (Vince Vaughn), and turns her into a singing sensation. Of course a movie about an ex-mobster can never be complete without new ...

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  • Be Cool movie reviews & Metacritic score: John Travolta is back as Chili Palmer in Be Cool, a sequel to the comedy smash Get Shorty. This time, Chili becomes...

  • Be Cool sounds like it should be good, or at least entertaining, but it's neither. It does have some genuinely fun moments, but lacks a strong narrative to hang them off of. The result is empty, full of contrivances, and ultimately unsatisfying.

  • Be Cool received a 30% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 171 reviews, with an average rating of 4.6/10. The site's critical consensus reads: "Be Cool is tepid, square, and lukewarm; as a parody of the music business, it has two left feet."

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  • With a bounty on his head and time running out, Chili realizes there's only one way to come out on top: 'Be Cool.' This was a comedy. And with comedy you allow for the nonsense. The nonsense makes us laugh. However, the comedy in this movie was clichéd. There was a white guy acting black, a gay aspiring actor, shady record producers and homicidal rappers. Of course John Travolta danced with ...