- 1h 24m
Kat Williams works at a subway station.Then end up falling in love with a worker but during his time he goes on a dating site to find a partner.Kat Williams works at a subway station.Then end up falling in love with a worker but during his time he goes on a dating site to find a partner.Kat Williams works at a subway station.Then end up falling in love with a worker but during his time he goes on a dating site to find a partner.
I watched Internet Dating for one reason, Katt Williams, I found his stand up DVDs great and IMDb'd him to see what he was up to and found this. When I couldn't find anything about it I tracked it down and now very much regret doing so.
It is about a lonely guy who works at a Subway style sandwich shop that never seems to have any customers despite a 5 strong staff, he goes on the net to find "love", and as the guy who runs the website is his cousin he spends the remainder of the film trying to hook up with... something.
It is a horribly bland premise made worse when I realised that the website running cousin was Master P, he made this dross and it is obviously a hopelessly inept vanity project.
The acting is horrible, I didn't laugh once, Master P makes all the women in the film fawn over him and pretend they are hot for him, despite him being a slow witted, slurring, ugly gimp.
Terrible camera-work, an absence of script, lousy "jokes", a $7 production budget and even "BOING" sound effects when a guy sees a hot girl! In one scene an actor turned to camera and there were boom mikes in shot and cast shadows in a few scenes too.
This movie sucks, this is a public service announcement. No matter how much you like Katt Williams AVOID INTERNET DATING AT ALL COSTS.
Final Rating – 2 / 10. This is only 2 so I have somewhere lower to go in the unlikely event that I see something worse. 90 minutes of chat between 2 boring accountants would bring more laughs than this.
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- Nov 6, 2010