The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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"Behaving Badly" is a dreadful sex comedy that gets worse and worse as its dopey story snowballs into relative incoherence.
Behaving Badly is like an accidental thesis film about the Virgin/Whore divide in pop culture.
This ruthlessly unfunny misfire should be quickly relegated to an IMDb trivia question after a brief theatrical bow.
Selena Gomez is adorable and manages to float away unscathed. But other than that, it's an unfunny comedy, populated by irredeemable sociopaths.
Aside from a few lines of juicy bad language, Gomez plays the innocent in this fast-paced screwball farce, which is full of cheerful vulgarity but dangerously low on wit, charm or narrative logic.
Lacking the charm, bad boy naughtiness or wicked wit necessary to pull that off, Wolff just isn't that guy.
Oh my God, it's so boring.
It's the kind of film where one can sense writer/director Tim Garrick throwing in every half-assed idea he can think of in hopes something works, but when nothing does turning up the raunch is his only fall-back plan.
Behaving Badly is a contender for the worst film of the year...
Raunchy high school comedy is a big disappointment.
For a comedy that so desperately wants to be rude and sexy, this movie is remarkably timid. It does a great job putting up a front as an anarchic laugh riot, but the genuinely funny moments are few and far between.
A number of really talented people make appearances in the wretchedly unfunny teen sex comedy Behaving Badly; so many that you wonder if a producer has incriminating photos stashed somewhere.
One good girl, several very bad choices.
Mediocre Comedy! I did not get into the ×movie right away, the first 10 minutes are excruciating, but after the flashback, and the real story starts it gets much easier. However the ending is just as bad as the beginning, and is just a bunch of random solutions that do not all make sense, in order to stretch out some of the cheaper jokes. This is not really a movie for the kids.
18 year old Rick Stevens is willing to do whatever it takes to win the heart of Nina Pennington. In his quest to land the girl of his dreams, he has to contend with her psycho ex, his best friends horny mother, a manic strip club manager, a perverted principal, a lecherous priest, his suicidal mother, and a patron saint with a camel toe. No one ever said ×love was easy.
Yes, it's a terrible movie, but at the same time I found myself fascinated, and even amused, by just how outrageously stupid it was.
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