Thank goodness Jada Pinkett Smith and Tommy Davidson are so much fun to watch. Without them, Woo would be another half-baked comedy bound for the oblivion bin.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Woo may be as skimpy as a sequined halter top, but it's undeniably appealing nonetheless.
As the film plods on, Woo's initial, slightly mysterious charm wilts from overexposure; the frantic antics fall flat and the whole contrived mess begins to feel increasingly obvious and boring.
| Original Score: 2/4
This Manhattan-based romantic comedy might be fun if it didn't hit you over the head with a sledgehammer every few minutes.
A graceless and gratingly unfunny comedy that brings out the worst in just about everybody involved.
Equally unengaging are hero Tim (Davidson), the wimpish buppie who loves her, and his male buddies, who provide the requisite quota of chauvinism.
| Original Score: 2/5
What characterization there is consists of weak, stupid men empowered by dominant, predatory women, encased in witless, tasteless commercial rubbish.
An incoherent romantic comedy whose sexy title character (played by Ms. Smith) is an unbearable, unfunny pain in the neck.
| Original Score: 1/5
The constant reliance upon unfunny, moronic humor sinks the project.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Movies like this don't really establish their characters and draw much of the humor out of their personalities; they go for quick payoffs, easy slapstick and in-jokes based on insults and code words.
After a while, it all gets a bit repetitive, which is remarkable, given how short the film is.
| Original Score: 52/100
For all the generic plot gyrations, Pinkett Smith and Davidson turn in poised, resourceful performances.
The best romantic comedies challenge, undercut or attempt to change the social norm; Woo just follows the numbers.
| Original Score: 2/5
Boring, uninteresting and pointless, the film wastes both its talent and your time.
| Original Score: 1/4
Although not quite enough to make the movie enjoyable, [Smith's] performance does give some respite to the audience, who has to endure every black and male stereotype in the book.
Taken as a glimpse into the hectic, unforgiving world of date 'n' mate, Woo is a comparative lightweight, an easy, breezy cover girl on the make who fails to make you laugh much at all.
| Original Score: 1.5/5