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Username: Carey

Post Number: 1576
Registered: 05-2004

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Posted on Friday, January 23, 2009 - 03:25 pm:   


A fool and his money will soon part. I don't know if the movie "NOTORIOUS" will make any money but it was outrageously, notoriusly, terrible. I can't even say it was a waste of talent because there was NO talent on the screen. Biggie's son looked like him but all else failed. The actor that played Tupac, had nothing in common with him and his acting stunk. The women that play the part of faith was much more prettier than her. Not that faith is not a nice looking women, she just didn't fit her image. I thought I would at least find some enjoyment in some of Biggie's songs. They didn't even use any of Biggie's soundtracks. Can you believe that! Then there was that overbearing Puffy. Gosh, the guy we see on a regular basis was the same character on the screen and again, we see to much of him.

There was absolutely nothing to this movie. I was trying hard to find something I liked about it. I couldn't find a thang to hang my hat on. I would rather have watched 10 Tyler Perry movies than to have watched that, and you know me and Tyler do not get along. I would have preferred the 3 stoogies over that mess. Heck, at times I thought I was watching the stoogies ....4 or 5 of them.

What a waste of time and money. They are lucky that this flick came out in 2009 because this flop would be right behind Eddie Murpy's "Norbet" at the top of the Razzies. Yes, the hall of shame. Shame on all of them that put this together. From the screenwriter to the director and the casting agency, all of their faces should be posted in every theater as frauds. I am sorry. Sorry I wasted my time watching it.



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