I would pay someone to kick me in the balls for paying to see this movie.
This movie is one of the most horrible experiences of my life. With
once having sat through twelve hours of constipation, I have yet to sit
through a dump that was more excruciatingly painful than watching this
two hour film. The worst part is it isn't even two hours, it's eighty
minutes, but it makes you feel like you must have aged four or five
years through this. I feel they must have added in Sophie Monk and
Carmen Electra not because of their amazing acting talent, but because
they felt the humor was so poor they needed to wake people up from this
painfully dumb movie. The audience's reaction to the film provided more
laughs than the actual movie itself. I can't decide whether I find it
comical or depressing that this film managed to parody movie scenes and
make them worse. Truly, the people saying these writers aren't talented
are wrong, it takes an art to be able to make something this bad. The
movie is a complete non sequiter too. In one scene, after the family
has toasted at the rehearsal wedding dinner table, Lil' Jon comes in
and says, "What? Yeah. Okay." and that's the punch line. Seriously,
Hotel Rwanda was funnier than this movie. The film also contains tons
of gross out humor, with a man coughing up a hairball, a woman with a
hairy back, and a cat humping a corpse. Real clever guys. This is the
kind of stuff that makes angels cry, and kills orphan babies. I
would've walked out of this monstrosity had it not been for me hoping
that maybe, just maybe, it might be slightly enjoyable than the
previous torturous minutes. I mean you know something is wrong when the
funniest part of a movie is a cat crapping into a toilet. This film is
only really a mess of parodies thrown together that don't make any
sense. I really have to say it's as witty as it gets when Frodo
delivers a swift kick to the nads of Gandolf, and he screams, "My
precious!" Finally, the ending seemed to have been thrown in to make an
attempt to give the male audience a boner so maybe the wouldn't come
out of the theater asking for a gun. No, the worst travesty is not that
I spent $6.75 on this movie, but that I will never be the same person I
was before. This is the stuff nightmares are made of. Don't go see this
under any circumstances. If your significant other wants to see this,
fake your death. Anyway you can get out of this movie is truly a
P.S. My cellphone started ringing during the movie. Why, oh why didn't
I pick it up? Seriously, man eating on the phone would have been more
entertaining than this movie..
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yaralove1234 watch The New World movie
REAL EPIC COOL.
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date movie rocks.
this movie is hilarious.
Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon (2008) Movie Review His country torned by civil war, Zhao, a common man heeds the call of duty and from the humblest of roots rises through the ranks on wings of courage and craft to command an army with liberating the land from an evil warlord. Inspiring by action, honor and a dream of unifying his divided nation, Zhao’s heroism becomes legend, but as the years pass and the throne changes hands the war still rages on. When a newly enthroned king decides peace can only be achieved by defeating the warlords once and for all, the ageing Zhao embarks on his final and greatest campaign, a road to adventure that will crown his name in glory for all time..
its a great 1!.
Not Funny, Not Funny At All
You know, the spoof genre perfected by Mel Brooks in movies like "Space
Balls", "High Anxiety", and "Robin Hood: Men In Tights" has been ruined
by these bozos who think that a slight reference to a popular movie or
movies means laugh out loud humor. When Mel Brooks made a spoof movie,
he usually made a funny one (the prime exception being "Dracula: Dead
and Loving It") in part because he didn't inundate his movies with
endless amounts of pop culture references. Instead, he actually put
humor into his movie, not to mention actually telling one story that
begins one place and ends in another.
These guys who made Date Movie obviously didn't know where to start and
where to begin. I guess the movie's funny if you find it hilarious to
identify which movies they are spoofing, as they have many obvious
references to "Bridget Jones' Diary", "Jerry MacGuire", "Meet The
Parents", "Meet The Fockers", "My Best Friend's Wedding", "Wedding
Crashers", "The Wedding Planner", and most other movies that have the
word Wedding in it. My problem with the movie was not that it was
offensive or in bad taste. "South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut" was
offensive, but it was funny. "Borat" was in very bad taste, but it was
funny. This film was not funny, and I hated it probably more than I've
ever hated any movie in my life.
All I can say is that after watching this movie and the atrocities that
are unoriginally titled *(fill in the blank)* Movie, I just want to
call the filmmakers up and just say, "STOP! STOP MAKING STUPID
MEANINGLESS UNFUNNY FILMS!" Somehow this movie made enough money to
merit a Scary Movie 5 and an Epic Movie, but no one I know likes these
movies. Hopefully these nutjobs who write and direct this crap will go
away for good..