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sanjurosamurai
Super Reviewer
½ January 31, 2007
terrible, one of the worst films of all time
iLeo
Super Reviewer
December 25, 2007
Crazy funny!
December 18, 2015
What's the 411?

Tim is the butt of all his friend's jokes, because when it comes to the ladies, he has no game at all. One day he is set up with an eccentric, energetic, and influential lady named Woo. Her style flips him upside down and she appears to be too much woman for him to handle; however, sometimes opposites attract...

"Put my fire out."

Daisy von Scherler Mayer, director of Some Girl(s), Frenemies, More of Me, The Guru, Madeline, and Party Girl, delivers Woo in her second major motion picture. The storyline for this is mediocre with some dated one-liners and unique characters. The acting is fairly average and the cast includes Jada Pinkett, Tommy Davidson, Duane Martin, Michael Ralph, Dave Chappelle, LL Cool J, and Foxy Brown.

"You're too fine for your own good."

I came across this on HBOGO and decided to give it a shot. This was a very average picture that was cliché and felt a little like House Party (corny but you still want to see how it unfolds). Overall, this isn't really worth your time.

"That's my song!"

Grade: C-
½ January 10, 2010
LOL funny but not in a good way. Had this movie casted well known white actors, it would had gotten the publicity it needs to be considered for what it truly is; one of the worst films ever made.
May 25, 2008
Hilarious. I always enjoy this movie when I watch it. With Tim being such a party pooper and Woo being such a street girl you would never believe they ended up a perfect match for each other. Tim had some loser friends too. Great movie though I recommend it!
November 24, 2007
she is so funny in this movie,like she dont have a core int he world.and poor tommy she drove him crazy
May 2, 2007
Woo, no. The main character is too odd to be believable. Smith and Davidson have done better stuff.
December 18, 2015
What's the 411?

Tim is the butt of all his friend's jokes, because when it comes to the ladies, he has no game at all. One day he is set up with an eccentric, energetic, and influential lady named Woo. Her style flips him upside down and she appears to be too much woman for him to handle; however, sometimes opposites attract...

"Put my fire out."

Daisy von Scherler Mayer, director of Some Girl(s), Frenemies, More of Me, The Guru, Madeline, and Party Girl, delivers Woo in her second major motion picture. The storyline for this is mediocre with some dated one-liners and unique characters. The acting is fairly average and the cast includes Jada Pinkett, Tommy Davidson, Duane Martin, Michael Ralph, Dave Chappelle, LL Cool J, and Foxy Brown.

"You're too fine for your own good."

I came across this on HBOGO and decided to give it a shot. This was a very average picture that was cliché and felt a little like House Party (corny but you still want to see how it unfolds). Overall, this isn't really worth your time.

"That's my song!"

Grade: C-
½ September 17, 2014
still makes me laugh, feel good and reminds me of te 90's
½ November 20, 2012
Really and truly not funny.
April 17, 2012
Hilarious, Fun To Watch.
½ April 17, 2012
This movie is AWESOME!!!!!
½ June 6, 2011
Jada Pinkett Smith is Woolicious
March 3, 2011
I love this movie ^.^ Jada at her best
November 14, 2010
I walked out of this movie it was so annoying!
½ November 6, 2010
Oh yes...*lick* *snub* I did... *punch*
½ January 10, 2010
LOL funny but not in a good way. Had this movie casted well known white actors, it would had gotten the publicity it needs to be considered for what it truly is; one of the worst films ever made.
December 5, 2009
JADA WAS SEXXXY AS HELL IN THIS ONE THANK GOD CUZ TOMMY DAVIDSON'S CORNY ASS BROUGHT THE MOVIE DOWN.
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