The movie ends with Tori, Lisa, Karen, Kevin and Marcus making a pact to stay together and go shopping.
Nearly a decade before its 1997 release, it was a fantasy to chase. The boy was a precocious, plotting 17-year-old named Paul Thomas Anderson.
The woman is actually Kevin pretending to be female, but Gina does not know and assumes that Marcus is conducting an affair.
Meanwhile, Latrell Spencer (Terry Crews) takes an interest in Marcus, thinking that he is Tiffany and white.
The situation is worsened by the fact that Kevin and Marcus have decided to resolve this bust by themselves.
The FBI supervisor, Elliott Gordon (Frankie Faison), gives the two agents a last chance to remain in the FBI by giving them the duty of protecting the mega-rich billionaire cruise line heiresses Brittany and Tiffany Wilson (Maitland Ward and Anne Dudek), who are arriving in town for a beauty competition, from a kidnapping plot (known as the socialite kidnappings).
At the Hamptons hotel, Kevin and Marcus meet Brittany and Tiffany’s three best friends, Karen, Tori and Lisa, and their rivals Megan and Heather Vandegeld.
Vandergeld, along with Heath, has been behind the socialiate kidnappings in order to save himself and his family from poverty. Denise falls for Kevin, after Kevin saves her from a bullet.
During the process, Anderson squabbled with producers, barred them from the set, and refused to show any edited footage or make any significant suggested changes.
But he didn’t have final cut and was eventually fired and locked out of his own editing room. This is the making and near unmaking of Mike De Luca was this hotshot executive at New Line. He loved that life and he lived that life and the fast cars and the blow jobs and the pretty girls and all of that stuff. I passed when he brought it to New Line; then I saw the movie and was really impressed.
At a nightclub, Karen drinks heavily and unintentionally let’s slip that Mr.
Vangergeld is penniless, and has only recently paid Karen’s own father back for loans he has lent him.