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Must have been the collard greens that made me lose control!
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Written by Sean Joseph, Jeffrey Grigsby, Jamil Debardlabon, Ricardo Lewis and Tamarcus Thomas
Performed by Youngbloodz featuring Cutty & Fat Dog
Courtesy of LaFace Records/Zomba Label Group
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.....For a while this was ranked the #2 worst film of all time. What more do you need to know? This one is a muddled mess, thanks largely to an absolutely atrocious script (from what I can see, the writer is mostly to blame here) which puts forth the story in clichés, racial and ethnic stereotypes and purely unimaginative writing. It's not even good bad writing. It's bad bad writing. If you really watch this film --- for as long as you can ---- you can see that the acting isn't so bad, the music is okay (or great depending on your POV) and the direction is passable to good. And Usher is...well...Usher is Usher, okay? So what makes this one such a clinker? Watch and listen for ten minutes. Try not to laugh at the insipid dialogue and plotting. Then you decide where this turkey went off track. Then continue along to something better....which shouldn't be difficult to find.
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