Righteous soul brother Black Dynamite (Michael Jai White) sticks it to the Man—sho’ nuff, uh-huh, can you dig it? Directed by Scott Sanders, this blaxploitation parody is impressive for its technical verisimilitude: the grainy image quality, the lurching zooms, the ping-pong cutting, the filmmaking flubs (mismatched shots, visible boom mikes) so blatant they have to be gags. The movie gets old fast—mostly because it’s bringing up the rear after Undercover Brother (2002) and I’m Gonna Git You Sucka (1988). But the kung-fu climax at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue (“the Honky House”) is nearly worth the wait, and Adrian Younge’s score, with its moody horns, is a perfect snapshot of early 70s soul. With Arsenio Hall.