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There was definitely some bad acting at times in this movie, but I laughed hard through out the whole thing. I rented it with the understanding that there was a definite possibility that it would be another terrible 'B' movie, and it was story-wise, but whoever wrote this was clever and witty.
The word play kept me rolling.
If you're looking for a deep story line with a whole lot of action, steer WAY clear of this movie. If you are as easily amused as I am, you'll get a hardy laugh out of this flick.
I loved the chemistry of the cast in this one. The lead actress Kate del Castillo was a little over the top at times and possibly the worst actor outside of Quinton "Rampage" Jackson. She pulled the role off wonderfully in the end without a doubt.
I can only hope I look as good at 50 years old as Sherman Augustus, whose on screen arrogance was brilliant. He had a particularly good report with Danny Strong.
Not really a great movie, but I had a great time watching it and that's what it's all about in my opinion. I literally laughed from the first minute of the film until the credits started rolling.
I was going to say something like "so bad it was good," but I believe it was just good. Contrary to the other ratings I've seen so far.
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