A few smart laughs hint at what might have been, but thanks to sitcom-y mugging and a tepidness beneath the intended hilarity, David E. Talbert’s romantic comedy is stuck in a holding pattern for much of its running time. show more
Little chance of finding realism or romance but the laughs are there. show more
Patton lightens the aggravation, for the most part, by combining a likable presence with a knack for physical comedy and a willingness to hop into dumpsters, etc., as needed, making the most of the script’s meager opportunities for comedy. show more
Paula Patton love her butacting to me seemed as if she was over acting. Didn't seem genuine Jill Scott could have played leading lady and killed it,sorry!
The critics lied! This was funny and worth every penny. GREAT MOVIE DON\'T BELIEVE THEM. Read my true unbiased review here...http://brittaj17.wordpress.com/2013/11/13/critics-bash-black-films-unfairly-baggage-claim-true-movie-review/
This was a great movie! Very funny!