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How In All Thats holy did this get good reviews????
on 19 February 2012
THE GOOD: The only aspect of this movie that made this even remotely worth watching were the presences of the very fit Jaime King, Brittany Daniel, and Busy Phillips, and there are occasional funny moments. The scene where they're all singing "A Thousand Miles" was funny, the scene with the dressing rooms were funny but only because of the funny actresses, the part with the stripper confusion in the hotel room. But the slightly funny gags are few and far between.
BAD: What do I define as double standards? When one person or a group of people are allowed to do something that would normally be frowned upon but are given exception. Case in point, "White Chicks". Probably one of the most racist movies I've come across in years. There's this disturbing amount of double standards in this modern time where white people can be made fun of relentlessly, but black people or any ethnic group just can not be touched for spoofing. Let's say this movie was called "Black Chicks" and featured two white comedians (I use the word not in the context of the Wayan's Brothers because they're not funny) whom are cops and dressed up as black women with all the usual stereotypes of weaves, long nails, slang, ghetto fabulous clothing and were being stalked by a big white guy, there would have been an uproar in the purest sense. Rant over but one more thing When in "white chick's" mode they dont look like any human beings i've ever seen..