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    Posted: November 08 2007 at 3:14pm

Cuba Gooding Jr's actually getting good reviews for his performance in American Gangster. Kind of sad that 2007 could have been the end of his slump, but he had to go and make two ass-trocious films before the one good one... 

 

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Although it is funny that Eddie Murphy "won" every Worst Acting Razzie that didn't go to Lindsay Lohan, I still think "Eddie Murphy surrogate" Cuba Gooding Junior should have gotten our Worst Actor trophy. After all, he was not only awful in DADDY DAY CAMP, he was dually nominated for appearing alongside Murphy in NORBIT as well... 

 

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And sadly, this film has NOT ended Cuba's career...
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A bad sequel to a movie that wasn't good enough in the first place, Cuba
Gooding Jr.'s career has hit rock bottom.

Eddie Murphy did something right last year when he turned down this
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I don't get it.This movie had the same script writer than the first one.Yet,this one sucks,while the other one was good.
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Um, actually, no. They both sucked @$$!
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Come on! The first one was more sentimental, and adults could enjoy it too. This one is all 'bout lame kiddie humour,which includes gross jokes and hitting people you-know-where.
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And neither was the best movie for showcasing whatever talent(s)  Murphy or Gooding had left... 
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Well,a movie's quality can't be rated just by performances. 

In the first one, Eddie Murphy acted like always, but it was either funny or boring -- he just acted. Cuba Gooding Jr. was a lil'over the top, but not (I didn't think)horrible.
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I've finally given the movie a rating:
**/*****
3,0
D-
30%
 
I also gave it to the first movie:
***/*****
5,0
C-
60%
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Post Options Post Options   Quote BurnHollywoodBurn Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 01 2010 at 5:52pm
Originally posted by Vits

Well,a movie's quality can't be rated just by performances. 

In the first one, Eddie Murphy acted like always, but it was either funny or boring -- he just acted. Cuba Gooding Jr. was a lil'over the top, but not (I didn't think)horrible.
I guess you're more willing to give bad childern comedies a pass than the rest of us.
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The first movie was bad, but I will admit, the acting was okay, and the casting was good, but thanks to a rush job, Sony had the urge to screw everything up. Daddy Day Camp, though... just no. It's the worst movie I've ever seen.
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Originally posted by Grounder the Critic

The first movie was bad, but I will admit, the acting was okay, and the casting was good, but thanks to a rush job, Sony had the urge to screw everything up. Daddy Day Camp, though... just no. It's the worst movie I've ever seen.
Yet another example of a studio going "Oh my God, the movie broke even at the box office, we MUST make a sequel!".
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Originally posted by BurnHollywoodBurn

Originally posted by Grounder the Critic

The first movie was bad, but I will admit, the acting was okay, and the casting was good, but thanks to a rush job, Sony had the urge to screw everything up. Daddy Day Camp, though... just no. It's the worst movie I've ever seen.
Yet another example of a studio going "Oh my God, the movie broke even at the box office, we MUST make a sequel!".
Of course, I mean Fox did the same with the Seltzerberg movies, saying "OMG, Date Movie was a success at the box office. Let's hire Seltzerberg to do more films so that audiences pisses us off."
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Vits Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 23 2010 at 11:18am
Originally posted by Grounder the Critic

Of course, I mean Fox did the same with the Seltzerberg movies, saying "OMG, Date Movie was a success at the box office. Let's hire Seltzerberg to do more films so that audiences pisses us off."

More like "It did barely good at the box office,so they deserve more chances...even if they're movies are literally among the worst reviewed of the decade".
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Post Options Post Options   Quote BurnHollywoodBurn Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 23 2010 at 11:39am
Originally posted by Vits

More like "It did barely good at the box office,so they deserve more chances...even if they're movies are literally among the worst reviewed of the decade".
"And we don't even need to have Eddie Murphy return, we'll just recast the main role and stick with the black man and his dumb white friend having to look over a bunch of pain in the ass kids!"
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