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As a 27yo dude, this was *beep* hilarious!


I saw the poster for this months ago. Having seen it today, I enjoyed the *beep* out of it. Haters are probably the people watching it with their parents being all embarrassed and *beep*

FWIW, I never saw 50 shades of grey, not a movie I'd watch, however watching a parody of the movie by a guy with comedic timing as brilliant as Marlon, (and the chick Kali Hawk, she was awesome too), how could I say no?

There was a moment where my laughter synced up to the music, after a hilarious prior bit, in a cut-to scene of a skyline city. It had to be intentional how the music synced up and started the roller coaster laughing again. So funny and well edited like that, mad props.

Thinking about some of my favorite moments I don't want to share because of spoilers, that said, some of the moments were so golden! Again and again I found myself losing my *beep* laughing. I don't know how people are so strung out and uptight they can't just say "*beep* it, I'mma relax and have me some laughs before I watch this here comedy!" People need more fun relaxed comedies where we can just laugh and have a good time watching shenanigans.

I'll be watching it again in months to come as it's one of those comedies where I already know I laughed so hard and so much that I'm going to wake up sore tomorrow.

If you're not an up tight prude or going to be watching this with your parents/grandma/long lost turtle dove, plus you have a sense of humor, a real one, not that big bang faux laugh *beep* then give this a watch, you'll be just as sore as me by the time your gut is done vibrating with chuckles.

If a comedy does it job and makes me laugh, I tend to score them 8/9/10 as comedies that do achieve all they should be setting out to do, making us laugh, everything after, like story and other added in *beep* all takes away from laughing. We need more films like this that get back to laughing. I score this a 10 because it did just that, made me laugh with laughter first and story second.
For al the haters, I score this an 11/10 .....splishy splashy noises.... "here fishy fishy fishy"....

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I totally agree with you. Yes, it was a stupid movie, everybody knows that. But was it enjoyable? Yes, it also was that. I agree that some scenes were unfunny disgusting but I also laughed many times during this movie, much more than expected. Sometimes laughing hard.
So I think that a comedy who manages to make it's audience laugh shouldn't have so many bad ratings.

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 we could be friends ;-)
hahahah, man I'm laughing now just thinking about one scene that builds and builds and then
"fwoop-fwoop-fwoop-fwoop-fwoop-fwoop" Such a fine piece of cinema. :-D

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Yes I agree with all of y'all. I saw this in the theatres and I bought it a few days ago on DVD. Wayans never disappoint.

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Haters be haters but the satire and comedy of this movie is great and such a parody as well.

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Anyone still using "haters" and "props" in 2016 is bound to be the simplistic sort that laughs at someone slipping on a puddle.. in other words simpletons that are very easily entertained by their own flatulence. This movie is yet more proof that the wayans need to hang it up.. or at least wait till they have a funny movie idea.. this one wasn't.. madea in prison was funnier.. and that was a bad film also.

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Yeah, I suppose the fact I still frequently use a vast amount of learned language, when said language most aptly fits the sentence and way to accurately describe a scenario, makes me 'insert new age man-bun word for uncool.'
All g playa playa, we cool, bromeo. I get the need for you to feel the need to fit in with your hip smart phone urban dictionary language. Heaven forbid you'd ever say something as totally uncool as mad props, or when actually chatting with a friend about people that hate someone with totally unjust cause, like your post here where you hate me for using words like haters, well heaven forbid if you just called them 'haters.'
*anxiously draws back curtain, checks world is still iin one piece. Phew. It is. Wipes sweat off forehead*
Haters like you are funny. Let people use whatever *beep* language they want. The fact we still censor words in 2016 is a *beep* joke. George Carlin gave that speech in 1972. I tell you that because no doubt you and your modernized 'vocabulitis' have no clue who he was. People have the right to use whatever language they like, out of everyone who responded, you're the only unequivocal dill-hole so uptight on making everyone else as miserable as yourself. I bet you work for collection agency.
Thus, mad props to myself for this radically awesome post where I "totally" beat down a hater's snide flabbergastery.

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Puddles? No,,, flatulence... Yes... But who are you, the good humour police? Are you so cool you dictate what's funny and not funny? Does anything attempting to be humerous have to be given your personal seal of approval? Or are you just doing the old as time ancient as f tradition of just being a self obsessed santanonious a hole? Lol

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I'm in my early 50s and couldn't stop laughing - and usually I hate satires. This had some very funny scenes - and so many movie parodies within. Oscar material? Hardly. But it's not aiming for that - just some great laughs.

"Splodey heads keep splodin' " - Sarah Palin, 7-1-16 







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I'm looking forward to seeing this and I actually want the whole fam to go hahah

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Yeah man, I just watched it and laughed hysterically throughout.

That strip club scene had me dying.

I have a soft spot for dumb movies like this. Sometimes its nice to sit down and have fun. I wish more people around me shared this opinion.

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I have a soft spot for dumb movies like this. Sometimes its nice to sit down and have fun. I wish more people around me shared this opinion.


100%

The strip club scene was funny! I also enjoyed watching the desperate guy trhoughout. It was done really well. The scene that got me, like really got me losing my *beep* was the panties and the "thwock-thwock-thwock-thwock" followed closely by the finishing move dive. I lost it so hard a whole bunch in this film. I think I actually might watch it again tonight, it has been long enough since watches now that I can easily enjoy it again!

I rate Marlon Wayans way up there with all the classic comedians. His timing is brilliant.

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I'm a bit older than you... I laughed through the film... I'm not saying it was comedy genious, but it was worth watching once.

But on that topic, some people need to learn that everyone has different tastes... Some say Citzen Kane is the best film of all time... Not to me... Some prefer Pepsi over Coke etc ... But the bottom line here is that no matter what, we all agree the Ghostbusters remake sucked.

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