Bann on "The freshman"; commentary by Harold Lloyd's granddaughter Suzanne Lloyd, author Annette D'Agostino Lloyd and Richard Correll on "The kid brother"; production galleries ; Disc 2: "Scoring for comedy" featurette; production galleries ; production galleries.76 min. Cast: Clara Bow, Donald Keith, Gilbert Roland, Mary Alden, Henry B. A freshman, Hugh Carver, falls for her, though Cynthia knows her lifestyle is bad for him. Cast: Spencer Tracy, Raymond Borzage, Doris Kenyon, Tommy Conlon, Ralph Bellamy, Beryl Mercer. When he hears them arguing over him, Arthur runs away. Doray is being held up by bandits at the drugstore. Cast: Helen Foster, Neil O'Day, Glen Boles, Paul Page. Cast: Frankie Darro, Rochelle Hudson, Dorothy Coonan, Sterling Holloway, Arthur Hohl, Grant Mitchell, Claire Mc Dowell. They range from a muscle-bound idiot to pesky kids pretending to drown in order to get some mouth-to-mouth action. Dave, nineteen, has just graduated high school, with his 3 friends, The comical Cyril, the warm hearted but short-tempered Moocher, and the athletic, spiteful but good-hearted Mike. Twenty-four-year old first-time screenwriter Cameron Crowe went undercover in early 1980s as a high school student to glean an insider's perspective on the struggles of teenagers as they dealt with independence, success, sexuality, money, maturity, school, and particularly with just making it through the formative years. Like a computer-generated fairy godmother, the two use their creation to learn about the pleasures and pitfalls of adolescences. Because as soon as the kids arrive on the island, someone starts trimming the guest list ... On this special day off, Ferris invites his friend Cameron and girlfriend Sloane to join him in his day of fun.
Care must be taken to make sure this doesn't become a militant In-Name-Only.
This is strictly when two works just happen to share the same name, not an adaptation/sequel/remake that bears no resemblance to the previous work.
It is about a lonely guy who works at a Subway style sandwich shop that never seems to have any customers despite a 5 strong staff, he goes on the net to find "love", and as the guy who runs the website is his cousin he spends the remainder of the film trying to hook up with... It is a horribly bland premise made worse when I realised that the website running cousin was Master P, he made this dross and it is obviously a hopelessly inept vanity project.
The acting is horrible, I didn't laugh once, Master P makes all the women in the film fawn over him and pretend they are hot for him, despite him being a slow witted, slurring, ugly gimp.
This movie sucks, this is a public service announcement.
No matter how much you like Katt Williams AVOID INTERNET DATING AT ALL COSTS. This is only 2 so I have somewhere lower to go in the unlikely event that I see something worse.
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Kat Williams, Master P, Reynaldo Rey, and Clifton Powell headline this comedy about an average guy who hatches an ingenious plan to become the king of internet dating. I take it back, Katt has a few moments where he shines and doesn't get bogged down with shit writing...
The money he borrowed to make it all happen is long over due. See full summary » In this extremely hilarious comedy, Tea (Master P) and Coffee (Michael Blackson) are two repo men who work for Mr. I watched Internet Dating for one reason, Katt Williams, I found his stand up DVDs great and IMDb'd him to see what he was up to and found this.