Nobody’s Fool started on a very funny and hilarious note; it is a comedy kind of movie that cracked our ribs from start till finish. We get to see Tiffany Haddish back in the act in this brand new movie, just a few weeks after Kevin’s Hart new movie “Night School”.
It seems like this is Tiffany’s season. She actually put up a good show again this time alongside her co-star, Tika Sumpter, who was called Danica in the movie.
Another nice appearance that made me excited was Whoopi Goldberg after her long stay away from the movie scene; may I just remind you of her classic – “Sister Act” – worth the watch a million times.
Nobody’s Fool had Tiffany play the role of a notorious young lady, who just got out of prison after serving her jail term. When she got out, everything looked strange and it was slightly difficult getting back on her foot.
She was picked up by her sister Danica and immediately she got her freedom, she wanted to catch up on ALL she had missed – from food to drinks, to hanging out with the boys and being her thug-self all again.
Danica had to assist her in every way possible so she wouldn’t make another mistake and end up in jail again.
Danica was able to find her a job at the coffee shop close to her office, where she dropped and picked her off daily. Tanya as she was called in the movie “Tiffany Haddish” observed that the coffee shop owner – Frank – was in love with her sister and would give her free coffee and roses daily. Danica, on the hand, had a list of what her idle man must possess and Frank was beneath the food chain.
The movie took a whole new twist when Tanya found out that her sister Danica was dating an imaginary guy – Charlie – she met online and deliberately avoided Frank.
Tanya was really upset and decided to dig deep and save her sister from this emotional trauma she was about to go through in life. Well you would need to watch the movie to see what Tanya found out during her investigative mission and how Danica finally found true love after numerous heart breaks.
It was really thrilling to see Omari Hardwick (Frank) play a lover-boy role and not the usual bad-guy character. I kind of liked the end of the movie as I learnt a few lessons about not taking people around us who really appreciate us for granted, I was glad she –Danica- realised this in the end.
This movie deserves a 6/10; I liked the fact that it was a funny movie, but, I am always particular about a movie having a fantastic storyline -one that can hold water and stand the test of time.
This movie was just simple with a basic storyline. So if you do enjoy comedy movies, then you can give this a try and have a relaxed weekend.
Cast: Tiffany Haddish, Tika Sumpter, Omari Hardwick, Mehcad Brooks, Amber Riley, Whoopi Goldberg etc
Director: Tyler Perry
Ratings: R (for sexual content and language throughout, and for drug material)
Written by: Tyler Perry
Runtime: 110 minutes
Studio: Paramount Pictures
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