Bad Boys for Life
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This was probably one of the most formulaic rom coms I've seen in awhile. Despite the supposedly large budget, the script and dialogue were very formulaic and only provided a few funny moments. I guess it's more entertaining than a Hallmark movie, but it's definitely a letdown considering the premise. I kind of felt bad for the actors, because they've all been involved in much better films.
It's good movie to watch
As desperate as its thousand wannabe brides.
Not a great romcom but not a good one either. However, I'll watch anything for a chance to see Peter Ustinov,
The main character is a despicable piece of shit and the screenplay is god awful. This gets into my top five worst movies I have ever seen, nay - make that endured - in my life. Absolutely dreadful.
Don't remember this one? There's a probably a good reason for that.
a very fun movie showing a buy who has to marry in just 2 days for saving his treasure . Most of the funny scenes arethe classified which was a hedline in a newspaper !!! and about 1000 brides expecting in the church ... For whole family ...
A less than mediocre comedy.
A romantic comedy with a start, an empty spaced and dragged out middle and the inevitable clichÃ (C) happy ending. This remake of Keaton's Seven Chances Totally charmless and forgettable, as well as painfully unfunny.
The Bachelor got critically slammed when it played in theaters, probably because reviewers couldn't help comparing it with the movie on which it's based, the brilliant Buster Keaton comedy Seven Chances.