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The comedy SEXTUPLETS tells the story of Alan, an expectant father who grew up believing he was an only child. While searching for his birth mother, Alan comes face-to-face with a brother he never knew existed, Russell, who helps him uncover their secret status as sextuplets (all played by Marlon Wayans). Soon they begin a spontaneous road trip to track down their additional siblings, but not before Alan wonders whether exploring his roots was a huge mistake.Written by
Marlon Wayans is hilarious. He's a great representative of his legendary family. He can do drama(Requiem For A Dream) and lowbrow comedy. He does great standup. White Girls is a classic movie for some..50 Shades Of Black is a great level of Wayans silliness. A Haunted House is dumb fun. But this film disappoints me...
No doubt playing six different characters takes talent, but the jokes were falling flat 85% of the time. Still, this may be good for those who want lighthearted silliness and no raunchiness-it's treading on the edge of being family-friendly. Still, the jokes fell flat. I wanted to like this movie but it was ridiculous, and not in a good way.
If you watch this film, do it for love and support of Marlon; like me you'll be entertained by the work he puts in as the sextuplets. Still we all have to hope that he gets better movies to display his wacky comedy.
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