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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
My friends and I planned on going to see a movie on a Saturday night. The movie White Chicks came up and I was adamant on not seeing the movie. It was your stereotypical comedy: bland, tasteless, gross-out humour and stupid jokes that made no sense. I didn't even see the movie and I knew that. Yet everyone insisted on seeing it, so instead of seeing Fahrenheit 9/11, Spiderman 2 or even Anchorman ... we saw this. It lived up to my very low expectations. The people that were laughing the loudest were the three children sitting in front of me during the flatulence scenes. This movie is tired, old and predictable. No wonder the Wayans are being sued; half the movie is ripped from other popular comedies. Just save your money and do not watch this. My friends owe me a coke for not laughing during this snoozefest.
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