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Paul C (kr) wrote: How the original warranted a sequel i'll never know, but this is bog-standard fare to say the least - hardly surprising when your two leads are ex-wrestler Bill Goldberg and rapper Kurupt!
Aurlien R (mx) wrote: Du Kusturica pur jus. Plutot dans la veine de Chat noir chat blanc. Avec un melange assez etonnant de trash et de naivete. C'est un joyeux bordel, pas trs cohrent mais franchement drole peuple de personnages totalement allumes. Kusturica se repete certes un peu mais on en ressort vraiment joyeux. A reserver aux amateurs du genre, cela dit.
michelle v (fr) wrote: she gets picked on, by a group of "mean girls" "A mother and her daughter confront the intimidation of teen peer pressure and the emotionally brutalizing social rituals of high school. A well-adjusted teenager becomes depressed when she's ostracized by her friends at school. Her mother must help her daughter regain her confidence"
Brandon W (us) wrote: What a crude, vulgar, hilarious movie. It starts with a cartoon segment of the two main characters creating the sound company's logo out of their own farts.... Yes. Intrigued yet? This is a musical like nothing else before it. So clever yet so stupid. So dumb yet so watchable. The songs are complete non-sense but you'll be humming and singing the words for days. Jack Black and Kyle Gass have amazing chemistry, partially because they are playing a more exaggerated version of themselves. The music is great, the jokes are so dumb they are hilarious, it is a perfect love letter to rock music!
Remi L (us) wrote: AWFUL. AWFUL. AWFUL! Just AWFUL! Everyone knows this was just an excuse for Beyonce to be the center of attention. A a child growing up as a Destiny's Child fan could appreciate this "musical," but once she grows up and sees this film in all its cheese-tastic glory, she'll see it as a terrible "hip-hop" knockoff
Cedra W (it) wrote: This is one of those action movies that is so bad it is actually kind of good. Channing Tatum steals the show by combing his comedic timing with his decently choreographed action sequences. Jamie Foxx does his best to play the Barack Obama caricature but ultimately fails in his role of comedic support. There were moments that were genuinely funny and some very well shot action sequences but the marriage between the two ultimately failed and the overall movie suffered as a result.