This film takes the satire of blaxploitation films to a whole new level. Fans of the casual blaxpoloitation film Undercover Brother will find this film much more true to the early '70's filming gaff's of the genre. Much of this films comedy is very subtle...from the microphone coming into camera frame, to the miss cue's in the dialogue. But it is just plain laugh out loud funny. Not as in your face funny as the Airplane movies, but the comedy genius and attention to detail make this one of my favorite comedies of all time (right up there with Caddy Shack).
It certainly looks like an interesting movie. I've seen a few Blaxploitation films and found them to be entertaining (Coffy, Cleopatra Jones, Slaughter's Big Rip-Off, etc). Not great movies by any stretch of the imagination - but entertaining nonetheless.
At some point I'll have to check Black Dynamite out.