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"Anna Kendrick Goes K-Pop with F(x)" is a 5-minute live action comedy short film from 2013. This was produced by Funnyordie and it confirms my theory that they have really gotten worse in recent years. Even with an Oscar-nominated actress like Anna Kendrick, they still do not manage anymore to come up with quality content that is truly funny, but instead they drag Kendrick down to their forgettable levels of-hard and unentertaining mediocrity. This one does not deliver in terms of comedy and the music references (Anna has a preference for stuff like "Pitch Perfect" right now) are very forgettable as well. If Funnyordie's approach to humor is making English subtitles for Korean parts and Korean subtitles for English parts, then they have really hit rock-bottom by now. As for Kendrick, I like her a lot, she's usually fine in films and obviously easy on the eye and I also like her Oscar-nominated performance really a lot, but she was a miss here too, looked like a young version of a poor man's Tina Fey to be honest and maybe you can do without the "poor man's" as Fey is not really as great on comedy anymore either as I remember she once was. back to this one here, 4 stars out of 10 is still pretty generous as a short film that makes stupid jokes on diarrhea for 12-year-old really does not deserve to be seen by anybody above that age. Stay away.
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