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Honey Daniels (Jessica Alba) dreams of making a name for herself as a hip-hop choreographer. When she's not busy hitting downtown clubs with her friends, she teaches dance classes at a nearby community center in Harlem, N.Y., as a way to keep kids off the streets. Honey thinks she's hit the jackpot when she meets a hotshot director (David Moscow) who casts her in one of his music videos. But, when he starts demanding sexual favors from her, Honey makes a decision that will change her life.
This isn't exactly a good movie but you can at least wank to Jessica Alba's moves.
I always loved the face Missy Eliott was making when being introduced to Honey and waving disinterested at her. HAHA!
Jessica Alba is an attractive woman. However, that's no excuse to make a movie. You need a story and stuff. If I want this, I can just pick up an issue of Maxim and not read the article about Alba where she tells everyone to stop saying she's attractive.
Jessica Alba not be the best actress but she sure as hell can dance. Her dancing in this movie is smokin'. The story was bland and felt boring most of the movie. The music is really popping in this movie. Overall, this movie is worth checking out for Jessica Alba dancing but that's the only reason.
Jessica Alba's cargo pants are everything.
So what if I sometimes pick a movie just because I know my Honey is gonna build up a sweat music video style, dressed down a lot worse than my home girl X5-452? A couple of year before Nancy Callahan dances at that table in Sin City, young Miss Alba put on her dancing shoes after Dark Angel got cancelled.
It's hokey, and it's cheesy, and it's extremely flawed every which way--just as expected. She does look good though...
Why did I watch this.
A shame to hip hop culture. The dancing wasn't even good?? It tried to show the origins of hip hop, helping get kids of the street. But as soon as you take sexy dancing and call it hip hop, you can no longer claim to be talking about hip hop culture. Ugh.
Oh and Honey is the most one dimensional character ever. Zero flaws.
Usually a movie is made, like Star Wars or Harry Potter or Jurassic park. Then soon after comes a parody porno.
The film Honey, seems to be the exact reverse. Someone watched a shitty porno and said, "you know what? Let's make this a two hour movie"
remember when lil romeo was lil
imagine if aaliyah actually played honey tho
I lied to my girlfriend back in the days that i loved dance movies. Win-win. My gowd! Jessica Alba is so young and fresh in Honey!! I must give an extra star. **(*).
the realest one here is joy bryant
there's only one world and its the real world
I can see why people dislike this cliché-ridden feelgood story of a talented dances who discovers that her heart lies with the community instead of with her career. This is the kind of movie where a dancer who is challenged to take over the choreography for a music video dreams up a bunch of badass dance moves in a minute. It's also the kind of movie where the music video director looks like all the morally bad guys in movies of this kind - do they have these character types written out somewhere so they can cast to a strict set of rules...? That said, I found the movie's message genuinely uplifting, and the numerous dance sequences are very entertaining. Jessica Alba is the radiant center of it all, and she does a really good job in a role that must have been physically demanding (or was she already an accomplished dancer before she became an actress...?)
Considering how hot Jessica Alba is, you'd think I'd be able to give this at least a star. Since I've given it 0 stars, you should be able to do the math. Ugh, this is awful.
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