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The Dukes of Hazzard (2005)
We have a winner!
We have a winner! The most boring movie of the year! Yay! This movie gets to its *yawn* point five minutes after it starts and stays that way until the end. Jessica Simpson may have a great voice, but she cannot act. The movie is filled with swear words in every sentence and the corniest jokes I've ever heard. There are *no* funny parts in this movie. These are the things that will make you want to jerk the TV out of the wall and break the DVD in half: 1.All the swear words. I know every movie is going to contain a few, but the amount of them in here is ridiculous. 2.The annoying "Dixie" tune to the General Lee's horn. It's cute at first, but it gets old really fast. 3.Jessica didn't really get even a chance to act because all the camera focused on was her butt. Save your valuable time and don't watch this movie.
Awesome, I'm Not Kidding
OK I don't see why everybody hates this movie! I'm not crazy about Britney anymore, either, but come on, guys! It was her first movie! Personally, I think she can act better than some of the "top notch" actresses! I think that if there's anybody in this movie who can't act, it's Taryn Manning, who plays Mimi. She shows no emotion whatsoever during the movie. Okay I said I was going to put spoilers in here, so here goes! Britney stars as Lucy, a small-town girl who lives with her overprotective father, who wants Lucy to be a doctor. Lucy, however, has a passion for singing. Lucy's mom left when she was three. Lucy has been trying all her life to get her father to reveal why she left, but he gets very touchy and defensive whenever Lucy brings the subject up. OK now I have to take you back in time to when Lucy, now 18, was 8 years old. She used to be best friends with Mimi and Kit. One night they dug a hole in a field, put things that represented their dearest wishes inside a shoebox and buried it in the hole, promising each other they'd always be best friends forever. They made a pact to dig the box up on the night of their high school graduation. The movie then skips to the day of their graduation, and we see that they are now as far from best friends as possible. Kit has become the most popular girl in school, Lucy is a nerd, and Mimi is a rebel, pregnant, and has therefore earned a reputation of being a trashy slut. Still, all three keep the pact and show up to dig up the box. Mimi tells Lucy and Kit about an audition for a record company in LA, that she is going with "some guy", and invites Lucy and Kit to come along. Of course they both say "no way", but Lucy sneaks out of the house at night, leaving a goodbye note to her father, to go. Kit also shows up. We see that there is an instant "connection" between Lucy and Mimi's "guy", whose name is Ben. (He is not the father of Mimi's baby, however.) By this time we know that Kit is engaged to a guy named Dylan, and that she is going to see him in LA. To make a very long story short, we find out that Dylan is the father of Mimi's baby, then Mimi falls down a flight of stairs and "loses" the baby. (This is where I cannot believe the lack of emotion Taryn Manning displays.) Also, Kit scares Lucy and Mimi by telling them that Ben was once in jail for killing someone, (but we find that he was put in jail for basically nothing, I won't reveal what), Lucy finds her mom in Arizona, which is followed by a brilliant display of emotion from Britney. In the end, the girls are friends again and we see Lucy auditioning for the record company before the credits. This is an excellent movie and I encourage everyone to at least give it a chance.
Guess Who (2005)
A black girl and a white guy getting engaged... no problem. The girl "forgetting" to mention this to her parents before she brings her fiancé home to meet them? Problem!
This movie is okay. There are parts when it has you rolling on the floor laughing, and other times it's so boring it can put you right to sleep. It's about a white guy (Simon) and a black girl (Theresa)who get engaged and decide to announce this at Theresa's parents' 25th anniversary party. Simon does everything he can (even extreme lying) to impress Theresa's moody father (Percy), but every attempt to do this backfires on him. The thing that is really funny is that the only reason Percy likes Simon at all is because Simon has a great job at the JP Oliver law firm, but Simon quits this job right before he leaves to meet Theresa's family. But he does not mention this to anyone, not even Theresa, and when this secret is exposed, Theresa becomes furious and calls off the engagement. Can Simon win her back? I won't reveal that one!