This pretty much highlights a number of points in his career, and I think it's dope.
For a while, I used to hate on his family-friendly movie persona, but he's achieved what he wanted in "Burn, Hollywood, Burn": more black folks on screen. It's rather subversive, this duality he's reached. Gangsta rap icon and slapstickish film dad. I like it! More power to him. I haven't bought one of his joints since Lethal Injection, but I'm willing to check out his new one.