U2girl | St. Louis, MO United States | 01/29/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I thought this movie was so boring. It was so trying to be Two can play that game, but nowhere near as good. The practically going straight to video should've been my cue, but alas I gave it a try on account of Vivica. I am very thankful that I did not buy it and only rented it. In my opinion it wasn't funny, it wasn't sexy yet it seemed like it was attempting to be a romantic comedy. I kid you not, the only part in the movie that I did laugh at was Ticia Arnold and the man she was with and the bloopers at the end. That's pretty bad. Trust me, save your money and your time."
Only to see on video but not to buy
A. Hudson | 06/23/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This movie had a good concept but the first part of the movie it was like Vivica Foxx wanted to showcase her body because she's over forty and the acting was not great. Carmen Electra was okay and Stacy Dash who I didn't know was 39 looks good but her acting is the same from when she was in Mo Money. Bill Bellemy is still playing the same role but I was glad to see that he has been working out. Sheryl Underwood must be trying to promote herself since she was in this and Something New which is way better than this movie. I wouldn't have released this in the theatre too. I think the ending was a bit cheesy. It should have ended with the guy getting played in the end. I'm tired of these movies that try to wrap it in a bow in the end. Dash should have figured it out and played him and left him in the end. Then the movie would have been true to the name"
Okay to watch on a rainy saturday afternoon
jla | montgomeryville pa. | 07/28/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"It was good to see Stacy Dash on screen again appearing as cute as she looked in clueless,but her acting skills remain the same,
flat,unemotional and stiff. Great views of Los Angelas all and all this movie would have completely flopped if it would have been released in theatres, but it's something okay to watch if you are chillin on a rainy day with nothing else to do."