New York Times reporter Chelsea Brown is spending a day interviewing comedian and recovering alcoholic Andre Allen, star of the hit film franchise Hammy The Bear, about a cop in a bear suit. Chelsea has forgotten her audio recorder, so they first go to her apartment. While there they discuss a magazine article about the Cinderella complex. Chelsea explains that Cinderella left something behind to let the prince know that she wanted to see him again..
During a scene where Gabrielle Union is preparing for her wedding, she is seen holding a cardboard cutout of Adam Sandler. Sandler is a friend and frequent collaborator of Chris Rock, and later cameos as himself in the film. See more »
When I listen to satellite radio, I listen to Sirius hits One.
That's good, but just, just make it a little funnier.
Put a little stank on it.
Nice and funny, go.
What's up, motherfuckers? This is motherfucking Andre Allen! When I listen to satellite radio, or scratch my nuts, that is, I listen to Sirius motherfucking 101... bee-otch!
First take was good. I was wrong on the stank, though.
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This movie left me speechless, literally. It was that bad. I'd like to think of myself as a moderately unbiased movie watcher, as I try to go into every movie with an open mind. I didn't look at any reviews or ratings before going to see this movie. Afterwards it felt like I had just watched a complete mess. The movie is full of completely random, pointless scenes, scenes that drag on for too long, and jokes that just aren't funny. It tried to be one of those off-the-wall crazy comedies like Hangover or Superbad, but isn't even half as funny as either of those movies. I was absolutely baffled to see that critics were giving this movie 8+ out of 10. I can't see how any right-minded person could rate this movie that high I unless they got paid to. This is one of the top five worst movies I've ever seen!
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