Mary Poppins Returns
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Pinkett Smith, who was so good in her supporting role in The Nutty Professor, is here little more than a mannequin for skimpy clothes.
A romantic comedy that strains for the screwball heights of Bringing Up Baby but mainly seems unfunny and unpleasant.
Woo disappoints on so many levels, lacking in wit and intelligence, characters with any sense of dimension and a coherent story line.
A painfully graceless comedy that reworks After Midnight, Blind Date and Booty Call into something monstrous and untoward.
The whole thing is rude and pathetic, more like a lengthy episode of a bad sitcom than a movie, chock full of the kind of sexual innuendoes that are guaranteed to please horny eighth-graders or people who laugh at those Playboy party jokes.
This Manhattan-based romantic comedy might be fun if it didn't hit you over the head with a sledgehammer every few minutes.
Pinkett Smith does just fine. She's sexy, funny and ironic and carries Woo as it ambles all over a Brooklyn night that's one long party.
It would all be easier to take if the title character were presented with an ounce of charm. Woo is much too selfish, insensitive and narcissistic for audiences to want to buy her, and Smith is still much too self-conscious an actress to sell her.
[A] truly awful disaster.
Initially, Woo seems every bit the fun dating film that's guaranteed to give urban 20-somethings their six bucks of fulfillment. Unsurprisingly, it's no more than that, although at times its tenuous jokes add up to a bit less.
A romantic comedy, it's such a sloppy mess that polishing it with all the Pledge in the world couldn't help brighten it up.
Woo is proof that you can take a tired retread of a plot -- a blind date from hell -- and infuse it with just the right amount of freshness, style and vivacity to make it new again.
terrible, one of the worst films of all time
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