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The cast almost make it work but the charm of the original is completely lost in this pointless follow up.
A bland, stale, and poorly written ensemble of big names....and nothing else.
For the Cast photos, you have a wrong main photo for Wyclef Jean.
That's a photo of Terrence Howard Not Wyclef Jean
Terrence has a lighter complexion than Wyclef
A pretty great comedy that doesn't hesitate to make fun of itself. Lots of celebrity cameos that make it fun and exciting.
The story itself revolves around the city of Los Angeles and covers several key characters that have built the city into what it is today. Imagine a non-musical La La Land but funny.
4/5. Made me laugh for a good while.
This marked the end of Travolta's career.. after this, the worst B movies with worst hair plugs and botched plastic surgery.. No reason to watch this turkey except for this fact.
Would not watch it again. Would not recommend it.
Late and unnecessary sequel that lacks the charm and extremism of its predecessor's dark humor, despite the talented cast.
A decent sequel that isn't nearly as good as the original but still still a strong film. Recommended
An amusing comedy film that parodies the music business. I was intrigued with the cast because one hell of a cast in this movie including John Travolta, Dwayne the Rock Johnson, Vince Vaughn, Cedric the Entertainer and Uma Thurman. John Travolta puts in a decent performance but Vince Vaughn gets the most laughs as the stereotypical rap music fan and throws in a lot of hilarious one liners. It is a sequel to Get Shorty but you do have to watch the first movie to get the sequel
I must be exhausted because I am watching the "Be Cool," which, despite having an amazing cast, has some of the worst writing, directing, delivery and production.
Bowed out at 40 ish minutes