Discussion in 'The Film Room' started by Dre Space Age, Aug 16, 2018.
The first movie was hilarious. Bout time they made a sequel.
The first movie:
I know what i want...
This movie would be waaaaaay too short if it told the truth.. It'd need to be rated R too
I’m not really feeling the casting on this. May be some shyt I watch when it leaks/hits cable
Taraji makes horrible movies.....
That NASA movie was ok
looks butt cheeks and there's no way u can have fine ass taraji hearing the first impressions of men about her and not have it rated r to be funny. I mean i know for sure i'd say some filthy things in my head if i saw her
To be fair, that had a best selling book as the source material. Kinda hard to fukk that momentum up, even if it’s cheap trash like 50 shades or teen drivel like Twilight.
I’ve noticed a lot of black actresses fukk up the momentum they gain from acclaimed or popular mainstream roles, Sannaa did after that movie with Denzel, Taraji did after Benjamin button, and I feel like a couple others are slipping my mind. Viola Davis and Lupita are like the only two (recent)success stories.
i mean with her as the lead character.....
They forgot to put p*ssy in the movie title
Taraji is extremely talented. Phenomenal actress. She needs way better roles though and this is why i get mad that Black celebs don't create their own film industry because her talent is being put to waste. She could be in so many black movies
In theaters this Friday. Definitely watching.
Mel Gibson is obviously a deplorable and disgusting person, and I won't watch anything he's done since, though I like some of his earlier stuff, but I will admit I really liked this when I saw it in 2000 in theaters. I was barely 15. It was in those days when you just went to movies, all the time, or at least I did, I saw like 6 movies on winter break that year.
It had all the charms and grace of Nancy Meyers, and the great casting and length, that you rarely see in romantic comedies now. I think there is probably more sexism, not to mention Mel Gibson that I would care for, but I'll still watch when it comes across TNT every so often.
Moving on to the remake, I thought that trailer was offensive and repugnant, in terms of treatment of women, and race, and I won't watch it. A great concept, for the post 2000's, but just terrible execution, that somehow comes off more sexist and misogynist than a 2000 Mel Gibson movie, which says a lot.
i didnt give a single fukk bout this flick when the trailer was shown because i thought it was gonna be pg-13. After i found out it was rated r i was interested. There's no way you can make a non r rated version of this flick because we as men are disgusting. Soon as we see someone as fine as taraji we think about nothing but filth. Plus the fact that it is rated r makes the trailer useless because unless its redband they cant really show the raunchy comedy in it. Same shyt that happened with girls trip and i wound up liking that a lot. Hope this is at least solid. Taraji deserves a hit.