It was a 2004 box office hit comedy starring the much-loved Wayans brothers, but people are now re-watching White Chicks and wondering whether it is still as funny as it once seemed.
Littered with offensive jokes, sexist references and, some are saying, racism, this comedy that was once so popular may not stand the test of time with today's politically correct society on its back.
And with rumors of a sequel on the cards, could this hit flick quickly become a miss?
Let's take a look at back at some of the most popular scenes. Are they are still fabulously funny or are they now more outrageously offensive?
White Chicks first hit our screens back in 2004.
The movie stars the hilarious Wayans brothers.
And White Chicks was no different.
Although critics panned it, filmgoers couldn't get enough.It grossed $19.7 million in its opening weekend and finished with $70.8 million at the box office in the U.S. alone. We think we could cope with critics hating us if we made that kind of moolah.
So, let's take a look at some of the most popular scenes - some may not be quite so appealing today.We absolutely love this scene - possibly Terry Crews' best performance ever! His rendition of 'A Thousand Miles' is up there with the funniest things we've ever seen. We could literally watch it a thousand times and it'll never get old.
Although, to be fair, most of his scenes are hilarious.Take this one, when he and Tiffany go on a date. What man doesn't love a girl who isn't afraid to eat more than just a green salad on a first date?
And then there is the car scene.That awkward moment when you don't know the words to that song... We can totally relate girls (or dudes, whatever). Just style it out.
Plus some good old toilet humor.Poor Tiff, we've all had one of those embarrassing incidents when lunch just hasn't agreed with you and there is nothing you can do about it. And it's even worse if you have an audience!
And don't forget about the obligatory "yo momma" jokes.Some people are just better at yo momma jokes than others, and Tiffany and Brittany completely smash it! Those other two didn't stand a chance.
Powder my nose, please.We all know what it feels like to try, and epically fail, to look cool in front of your crush. And it certainly doesn't help matters when your rival rocks up and calls you a "coke whore"! Totally harsh!
And what comedy is complete without an old fashioned dance off?And we are loving these classic moves. Go, Tiffany! Go, Brittany! You got this girls!
And now it seems a sequel is on the cards.
And Marlon Wayans himself has previously suggested the same thing.Back in 2015, Marlon shared a fake poster for White Girls 2 on his Instagram, saying that if it received 3000,000 likes he would make the next instalment.
And somewhat unsurprisingly, the post exceeded his expectations.
And since Terry Crews' recent revelation, fans are getting just a little bit excited.
@DailyMailCeleb @terrycrews Is there any truth that you are doing a white chicks 2 please? This is my favourite film of ALL time!— Sam arnold (@Sam arnold)1552896817.0
But news of the sequel has caused some millennials to re-watch the original movie and they are not amused.
White Chicks is such a gross, offensive, prejudiced film.— 💙💙 Catholic in the Corner 💙💙 (@💙💙 Catholic in the Corner 💙💙)1424651376.0
This guy definitely thinks it's racist.And we can kind of understand where he is coming from. In recent years, people have been called racist for a lot less than this.
And some think it's pretty offensive to women, too.
@LBC @OllyMann wat about the film white chicks? Two black guys 'whiten up' and portray white girls as dumb bimbos. Ones offensive, one isnt?— gary barber (@gary barber)1413245572.0
And to add insult to injury...
@TheJuanWilliams Well I guess I need to let you know that as a white female i find the movie “white chicks” offensi… https://t.co/ke9X2rd7jd— beach life (@beach life)1549578077.0
If nothing else, the timing isn't great.With all the recent outrage about "blackface", is it really the best time to be announcing a sequel to a film where two black men dress up as white women? We think not.
This Twitter user thinks that it's an issue of double standards.
@JesseBWatters ,...you're totally talking about offensive "black face" what about white face??? (White Chicks)? Double standard much??— debbie fincher (@debbie fincher)1549772779.0
Would it still have been funny if it had been the other way around?
@MissesDontPlay Imagine if 2 white brothers made a film called black chicks— Jonny knee (@Jonny knee)1547838926.0
Others just think that the movie is offensive to the whole comedic film genre.
@erikkain The movie "White Chicks" is pretty offensive. Not for race related reasons, though. Just to the medium of film as a whole.— Well Actual Lee (Nyarleethotep) (@Well Actual Lee (Nyarleethotep))1540497639.0
And yet another Twitter user who is not a fan.That's quite a statement to put out there: the "worst film of all time." Have they not seen Elizabethtown starring Orlando Bloom and Kirsten Dunst? Now that was a bad movie.
Hindsight is a powerful thing.
Now that I think about it, White Chicks is an incredibly racist film. Black people impersonating white people is apparently okay.— Liam West (@Liam West)1550015459.0