Wilbur Krump has just about every card stacked against him; with an empty bank account, a dead end job, a few extra pounds, and a cop who has it out for him. If that's not enough he still ...
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Wilbur Krump has just about every card stacked against him; with an empty bank account, a dead end job, a few extra pounds, and a cop who has it out for him. If that's not enough he still lives with his mother! So who in their right mind would want to marry him? Follow this improbable story of how a guy so 'down on his luck' finds his way to the chapel. Written by
There are people out there who watch terrible movies and rant on them for a living. I am one of them. I dare say that, if any other one of my fellow reviewers watched this movie for 15 minutes and was told to write a synopsis on it (like I did several months ago), they'd probably join a monastery, mostly because monks don't watch movies.
It took me about 10 hours to watch this movie, mostly because I had to keep pausing it because of it rampant stupidity and ineptitude. The direction? Terrible. The acting? Horrible. The writing? Reprehensible! The comedy? Nonexistent. There was exactly one time--one freakin' time--in this movie that I barely registered a chuckle, but besides rage and frustration, that was the only time I showed any difference of emotion. The writer of this movie just comes off as a bully when you see how the main character is treated; if you ever watch it (please don't), keep in mind that this is supposed to be a comedy.
This movie is lucky I gave it one star. It's lucky I'm even giving it attention. Think of the children...don't watch this movie.
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