Naked (2017) is a English movie. Michael Tiddes has directed this movie. Marlon Wayans,Regina Hall,Dennis Haysbert,J.T. Jackson are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Naked (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Fantasy,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Nervous about finally getting married, a guy is forced to relive the same nerve-wracking hours over and over again until he gets things right on his wedding day.
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First off, don't read the negative reviews. Watch this movie with an open mind and just enjoy it. Good movie Naked is a movie about a guy with a little touch of the cold feet and he is forced to live his final moments before walking down the aisle over and over until he can get it right. A simple story but it's creative and also has a nice message at the end. Did I forget to mention it's full of laughs too. Naked is a good movie, lots of laughs. Some might compare it to "Groundhogs Day" but that's not the case at all, two totally different movies. Marlon Wayans is awesome as the lead and he's solidified himself as a lead actor once again. The supporting cast is just perfect. Regina Hall plays her part and the chemistry between Marlon and her is perfect. Dennis Haysbert as the father in law was just hilarious and Loretta Devine as the mother in the law. Perfect casting in my opinion. Brian McKnight was a nice touch also. Naked had a good story line. It's not amazing but it was creative and very entertaining. That's why we watch movies right? To be entertained. It's a Netflix movie, nobody is making you spend 20$ at the movies to see it. If you don't want to watch it than turn on Hulu but if your a Marlon Wayans fan get the popcorn out and prepare to laugh. All around good movie in my opinion and definitely worth watching. I really don't understand you couch critics, you take every chance you get to criticize and put down a piece of art. That's what all movies are "art" and you either enjoy it or don't look at it but we don't have to come online and trash the art because it's not your cup of tea. I honestly wonder what the reviews would have been like if the movie starred Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis with Ed Sheeran singing in it and Flo from progressive being an evil mother in law.
I personally found the movie very entertaining, I really enjoyed the humour and as long as you don't take it too seriously it's a good movie. I haven't seen the original movie this is a remake of but you should still give this a chance, it has its moments, and I'm glad I watched it.
A really mediocre movie. Not very original and steals a lot from Groundhog day. Watch the original- with the same name- but translated into Swedish- "Naken"- to see a movie that is much more funny and really a personal favorite. The original tells a story while this barely shows or leads to anything.
I'm so sorry to see that Marlon, once again, end up in a bad movie... I'm sure he is a talented actor...if he gets the chance (but then he has to stop producing his own movies and be more aware of the directors). The acting is not great, but I really believe that it could have been good (even though it's basically just a remake of Groundhog Day). The movie is not good... There is no substance, surprises or great scenes, and I truly believe it's the producers and directors fault, and not so much the actors. I am very surprised that this is a Netflix production...
This is my first time writing a review but I was compelled when I saw the negative reviews of this film. Usually, films like these are reviewed with a higher regard when the characters are Caucasian. If you switch the actors to Ryan Reynold and Margot Robbie, I believe the same people that hated Marlon's version, would love that version. I look at the script first. It was a light hearted fun movie. A great movie to get stoned and enjoy a Friday night at home. The acting was no different than if the races were reversed. I think people are brainwashed to view films with people that they are told should be a certain way. WAS it Oscar Worthy? No. But it is what it is. I wish we all can find that childlike energy that is within us and just let go and be free. I miss the 80's.