View Full Version : Duane Martin's Worst Movies Are The Inkwell & Woo
02-19-2004, 11:17 AM
I just remembered that Jada Pinkett & Duane were in both of these movies. I couldn't stand The Inkwell movie with them, Larenz Tate, Morris Chestnut. That movie shouldn't even have been made. Larenz's character was soft & he had a babydoll LOL. Woo was even worst. Only reason why i watched that movie was because of Jada. Tommy Davidson's character was a nerd & there is no way he could hook up with a sexy & attractive woman like Jada. LL Cool J & Foxy Brown had small roles in Woo. Did ya'll know Duane Martin hooked Jada & Will up? I guess they returned the favor by putting Duane on All Of Us.
02-19-2004, 09:49 PM
I liked the Inkwell. It was a nice movie. Woo, I haven't even bothered to watch because I heard it so was bad. Duane was hardly recognizable in that movie because of that huge afro he had on.
02-20-2004, 10:34 AM
The Inkwell was wack & i didn't like Larenz Tate's character at all. If Jada Pinkett would've dogged me like she did Larenz when he first met her, there is no way i would be sittin on her porch at her house waitin for her to come home cause she was supposed to go out on a date with him even though she lied to him LOL. When the light came on in her house & he saw her with another man through the window, she saw Larenz & he started crying hahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Then he ran home LOL.
02-24-2004, 02:37 AM
I've never seen the Inkwell actually I don't think I've ever heard of it. The first time I saw Woo, I didn't think it was all that, but when I watched it a second time I thought it was kind of funny. I guess it had to grow on me I wouldn't mind owning the dvd, but right now there are a few movies that are more on top of my priority list.
02-24-2004, 10:56 AM
U thought Woo was funny & u wouldn't mind owning the dvd? LOL.
02-24-2004, 01:12 PM
Woo was a horrible movie. The acting was horrible and it was just horrible in general. Now the Inkwell was a good movie.
02-24-2004, 01:20 PM
Yeah, I guess I'm the only one who thought it was moderately entertaining. I liked Jada's role, it was kind of reminiscent of her playing Peaches in A Low Down Dirty Shame which is a movie I absoulutely love. Isiahthomas, did you at least laugh at the part when the 3 guys were in the gay club and that one dude actually thought he was hittin on real women, that was funny imo. But I think Woo is definetely a step up above Sprung which starred Tisha Campbell, Duane's wife. I didn't totally loathe Sprung and watch it when it comes on HBO if nothing else is on, but I wouldn't go out and get that on dvd.
02-24-2004, 03:21 PM
The dude you're talkin about who actually thought he was talkin to women in that gay men's club in Woo, he had a small part in Ride Or Die movie. He tried to call somebody on the phone at a hotel he worked at behind the desk & the bad guys shot the telephone LOL. He also had a small part in 2 Can Play That Game movie as one of Vivica's dates. Remember the part in 2 Can Play That Game when Vivica had all those different dates in the same scene & the one dude was playin with his nipple ring & he had dreads? That's the same dude LOL. I don't know where Vivica found those men but they were all wack. That one big dude said i know u can't get enough of pooh bear & he stuck his tongue out LOL.
02-24-2004, 03:24 PM
Woo was just corny period. There was nothin i liked about that movie except watchin Jada & how sexy she looked. Low Down Dirty Shame is my favorite Jada movie cause her character Peaches was off the hook & she looked so good. I like the part when she kisses Keenan on the cheek after she rubs his sores on his face with ice. She's about to go upstairs & go to bed & Keenan says i see somethin has grown on u since u were a teenager. He was lookin at her ass & she stuck up her middle finger while she was going up the stairs LOL. She did have a nice ass. Salli Richardson was lookin good in that movie too. I wouldn't watch Sprung if it was on tv & nothin else was on LOL. That movie was really corny.
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