When four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are rediscovered, and there's enough dancing, drinking, brawling, and romancing to make the Big Easy blush.
Malcolm D. Lee
Jada Pinkett Smith
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I'm interested in this movie because I thought it have some interesting plot about 3 African-American woman who kidnap their ex-boyfriend for revenge. From the poster, it looks like a comedy movie but it's not actually. It's trying so hard to be funny, but its fail at most part. From the beginning of this movie I have sensed some awkward feeling when they include the weird crying woman's voice in the opening credit, that make it looks like a horror movie with its red chiller font of the actor's name. Then the story starts with of course, a woman crying about her failed wedding and let it out on the internet, suddenly found a weird website named "IHATEMYEX.COM" and everything began there. The problem is the sequence is so awkward, everything happen so fast, fueled by the bad acting, writing and directing make this movie falling apart. It have good potential, but fail to deliver it decently. I said "decently" because a quite decent watchable movie is better than a bad trying-so-hard movie. I can feel that they did their best for this movie but what we can do. We can also feel the obvious woman's perspective here, which is like a warning for every man out there to never dump their woman without any good reason from its female director, Troy Bryer. Its a girl power movie. Which is fail to deliver its message and just become some weird kind of movie.
Pardon for my bad English.
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