The Good Place
Forgot your password?
Don't have an account? Sign up here
Got more questions about news letters?
Already have an account? Log in here
and the Terms and Policies,
and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango.
Please enter your email address and we will email you a new password.
We encourage our community to report abusive content and/ or spam. Our team will review flagged items and determine whether or not they meet our community guidelines.
Please choose best explanation for why you are flagging this review.
Thank you for your submission. This post has been submitted for our review.
Sincerely, The Rotten Tomatoes Team
fantastic movie, you just have to be in the right mood
Terrible British movie.
My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
It's not high quality, it's not intellectual, it's a lower-class comedy that hits all the right notes if you don't mind lowering your IQ for an evening. Quite enjoyable, and silly, and I'd say worth watching if you can swing that way.
Anuvahood is an urban film which is meant to be a comedy but completely
misses the marks it set's itself and then becomes a juvenile effort at
being a drama. Set in London somewhere it is also a crime drama and
even trying at that seems under average and poor, but let me tell you
more thoroughly why it is a very poor and under average movie.
The story is not the worst I have ever seen but because it is a comedy
film it makes the story seem stupid and the characters are also really
silly. It moves at a fast enough pace for you to get through it and not
be completely bored but by the end you feel you have wasted some of
life watching this, but still go ahead and watch it, I am sure someone
may like it. Finally on the story it is not dramatic either and fails
to dramatise anything, well actually it is badly dramatic probably
describes it better.
Adam Deacon can be a fine actor and usually we see him urban roles but
in this he fails and although he is not too bad in this film, the story
ruins any chance of anyone in this doing well at acting. I found some
of the supporting cast boring and as if they have been plucked from an
over dramatic soap, also the villain is ridiculous who although acted
well in the comedy role was not funny himself and ruins again any
chance of humour, just plain average acting overall.
I hated the script and is the biggest reason I didn't enjoy this film
with it's stupid lines that are meant to be humour and when you finally
think a thrilling part is coming out it turns out to be bad humour. In
all the mess I enjoyed some of the sets they used for fights and
running scenes which actually worked well with what was going on in
this Urban setting. Finally Directing was superbly average and not the
worst thing by a long shot, but not good either.
The only truly positive thing from this film was the more emotional
part of the film where Kay played by Adam Deacon is sad to hear his
family have no money and the emotion the family give off is also sad
because you can see they want there son to help but he is too greedy
with his own money to give it over. Other than the emotional part not
much else to say at all in positivity.
I think people may like it if they have seen films like Kidulthood or
Adulthood but it has more cheek like Kidulthood and of course Deacon
features in these and in comedy type role in both. I am also sure
someone will find it funny because I have seen worse films that people
like also so it would be no surprise to see someone excited and
thrilled by this.
Overall it is Very Poor if not a wholly Bad movie coming in at a rating
of low 4/10 ,to be fair it is a strong one of that, but goes down due to what
I said. I think it is far from the worst film ever and parts are
enjoyable I guess like the beginning so just watch it for yourself and
see what you think about it all, it may have damaged the London Urban
film market but that market of films can produce some fantastic pieces
Init blood, this movie was alright bruv. They speak another language fam.
Feel the pain!
Kenneth is a down on his luck young adult who was recently fired from his job at a department store. The loss of income may cause his family to get evicted. He tries to make ends meet by making rap mixed tapes and selling weed. Just as things start looking up, a local bully comes and steals all of his weed and leaves him with nothing. Can Kenneth make ends meet or will his family fall apart?
"The pigs are on my dick like a fucking rash."
Adam Deacon delivers Anuvahood in his lone directorial project. The storyline for this picture is actually pretty fun to watch unfold and reminded me of a European Friday (Ice Cube and Chris Tucker). I thought the script was equally as clever and the soundtrack was outstanding. The interactions between characters were also pretty good and the acting was better than I anticipated. The cast includes Adam Deacon, Femi Oyeniran, Ollie Barbieri, Paul Kaye, Richie Campbell, Ashley Walters, and Terry Stone.
"Stop humping my counter, please."
I found this movie on Netflix and thought the plot sounded interesting. I am really surprised this movie received such poor reviews. I felt the picture was fairly clever and well done and I loved how it unfolded. This is a comedy with a fantastic script, soundtrack, and characters. This is definitely worth a viewing and is borderline worth adding to your DVD collection.
"I always go hard!"
It's not the most endearing of films given the subculture it parodies, but as a parody-comedy it's not too bad, and the heavily colloquial and localised script probably took a lot of work.
Very funny in places, some of the dialogue was hilarious.
Firstly, Adam Deacon is a talent. Have always enjoyed his acting, especially in "kitchen sink" dramas set in the east end of London. Here, he also tries his hand at Comedy and it doesn't really come off, largely I suspect due to the weak support from some of the cast. Adam Deacon has a bright future, just maybe not in comedy.