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Men's Review of the Film 'Honey'

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Men's Review of the Film 'Honey' Emma Duggan English Coursework 90 minutes worth of seductive Jessica Alba parading around wearing nothing more than just knickers and bra, one might think they were in for an enjoyable ride. My dear friend, how very wrong you are! As we watch Honey progress from club dancer to music video choreographer we can't help but snigger at the dreadfully cheesy script, and tedious clich�s that partner this film. An example which would fittingly highlight this point would be the incident where the line "Bitch, how you gonna play me like that?" is spoken. Now on first hearing this, if you are fortunate enough to have not endured this amateur movie you may primarily believe it is exclaimed by a young, intimidating, black New York thug. ...read more.

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I think a recap is most definitely necessary! "Bitch how you gonna play me like that?" I can confirm, is spoken by a middle aged, approachable white man ! Based on this fact alone, I think I have given you more than enough evidence to suggest that five pounds of your hard earned money should not be spent on such garbage! Moving swiftly on, with a predictable storyline that's been covered far too many times already, please do not give yourself credit if you are on of the majority who correctly guesses the ending to this film. After just ten minutes had you not already guessed Honey would end up with the too good to be true barber (Mekhi Phifer)? ...read more.

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Finally, to conclude I shall finish by saying, if you were contemplating going to see 'Honey' this weekend . . . DON'T! The vital thing to remember here is that you only live once, so not only is it a waste of five pounds but additionally a waste of an hour and a half of your life. To put yourself through such torture will only be a decision you later regret. Take my advice and leave this movie for those teenage girls who simply aspire to be Honey Daniels, and think they understand the cringe worthy language spoken throughout. So remember, if 'you're flavour's hot', I'm hoping that means your taste is too, I repeat, do not go and see this film !!!!! ...read more.

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