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Written by Timothy Clayton, Nelly Furtado (as Nelly Kim Furtado), Nathaniel Floyd Hills and Tim Mosley (as Timothy Mosley)
Performed by Nelly Furtado featuring Tim Mosley (as Timbaland)
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
In the past 10 years, I've probably seen more than 200 movies at theaters. This is the first movie that I've ever walked out on. 45 minutes in, I couldn't handle the torture anymore. This is the most unfunny piece of garbage I've ever seen. Although, I did get a good chuckle when about 50% of the audience had left before the halfway mark.
It's hard to meet the minimum post-length requirement for this movie, because there isn't much to say about it.
I didn't find any of the gags clever. Nor did I find them funny. I did think some of the set designs looked okay. The casting directors also found someone who looked surprisingly like Jack Black, although sadly the script didn't give him anything funny to do.
Just avoid this. It's not even worth a rental.
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