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Woo (1998)



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This movie follows wild party-girl Woo and her matchmaking mismatch date -- straight-laced law clerk Tim. Their date is on the wrong track, right from the start. After getting kicked out of a snooty restaurant and Tim being punched out at a club, the two may yet have a good time.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, sex)
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Directed By: , , , , , , , , , , ,
Written By: David Johnson, David C. Johnson
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 13, 2004
New Line Home Entertainment


as Celestrial
LL Cool J
as Darryl
Duane Martin
as Frankie
Foxy Brown
as Fiancee
Sam Moses
as Cabbie
Denosh Bennett
as Sister at Concert
Joanna Bacalso
as Stunning Woman
Mia Pitts
as Voluptuous Woman
Catherine Burdon
as Alluring Woman
Lenny Solomon
as Violin Player
Silvio Oliviero
as Waiter #1
Nick Corri
as Maitre d'
Victor Chan
as Delivery Biker
Lisa Scarola
as Latina Woman
Philip Akin
as Roger Smith
Buddy Lewis
as Bartender
Christian Maelen
as Officer #1
Desmond Campbell
as Officer #2
Kelley Grando
as Barry the Bouncer
Orlando Jones
as Sticky Fingas
Roland Rothchild
as Big Brother #2
Martin Roach
as West Indian Brother
Wilfredo A. Crispin
as Salsa Band Member
Jessica Nahar
as Salsa Band Member
James De Jesus
as Salsa Band Member
Eustace Dunbar IV
as Salsa Band Member
Sergio Trujillo
as Ricardo/Salsa Dancer
Robinne Fanfair
as Fine Sister at Resta...
John Stoneham Jr.
as Fine Sister's Date
Marc Desourdy
as Waiter with Pasta
Billy Linders
as Waiter with Flambee
Frank Ferrara
as Construction Guy
David Roberts
as Disco Girl #1
Kirk Pickersgill
as Disco Girl #2
Drake Thorens
as Delivery Biker #2
Kevin Louis
as Door Person
A.J. Johnson
as Doorman
Pat Dias
as Salsa Party Photogra...
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Critic Reviews for Woo

All Critics (40) | Top Critics (16)

Pinkett Smith, who was so good in her supporting role in The Nutty Professor, is here little more than a mannequin for skimpy clothes.

Full Review… | July 26, 2014
Chicago Tribune
Top Critic

A romantic comedy that strains for the screwball heights of Bringing Up Baby but mainly seems unfunny and unpleasant.

Full Review… | July 26, 2014
New York Daily News
Top Critic

Woo disappoints on so many levels, lacking in wit and intelligence, characters with any sense of dimension and a coherent story line.

Full Review… | July 26, 2014
Seattle Times
Top Critic

A painfully graceless comedy that reworks After Midnight, Blind Date and Booty Call into something monstrous and untoward.

Full Review… | July 26, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

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.

Full Review… | July 26, 2014
Top Critic

This Manhattan-based romantic comedy might be fun if it didn't hit you over the head with a sledgehammer every few minutes.

Full Review… | February 8, 2012
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Woo

terrible, one of the worst films of all time

danny d

Super Reviewer

Crazy funny!

Leo L

Super Reviewer

Hilarious. I always enjoy this movie when I watch it. With Tim being such a party pooper and Woo being such a street girl you would never believe they ended up a perfect match for each other. Tim had some loser friends too. Great movie though I recommend it!

David G.Q.

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