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When we first meet the manifestation of Beethoven's conscience (the far-right woman on the cover), I was hopeful it might lead to some adorable... Well, anything. Imaginary-person-only-one-person-can-see; where can you comedically go wrong? Instead, she shows up sporadically at best, adding next to nothing to the plot except getting to see a black woman get dismissed, called a bitch, and portrayed as a conniving nag. A lot of the other racial elements of the film were at least well-meaning if over the top, but her scenes made me uncomfortable and sad.
Ultimately, there's some entertainingly out of place montages and a couple good moments, but the movie loses all charm to poor pacing. It takes about an hour into the film to figure out the setting. Overall, it also just lacks that certain something that would make it Wiseauean in quality. An abridged version of this film would be modestly entertaining, especially one containing the weirdly-edited moaning-over-unrelated-footage sequences.
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This movie is Jungle Fever's Worst nightmare. Sarah (Stephanie Denise Griffin) and Beethoven (Carl Anthony Payne II) are lifelong friends. Read morePublished on October 5, 2003 by C. Coleman
Well, I've not yet seen it in its entirety and must admit that the teaser got my attention. (the form insists on a rating). Read morePublished on August 31, 2003 by Marjorie Loring
I didnt want to get the movie at first but my girlfriend made me rent it. I thought it was going to be a total "chic-flic". It was a chic flic but it was pretty funny. Read morePublished on March 22, 2003 by jojo