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Reginald Hudlin
Director, Serving Sara (2002)
For director Reginald Hudlin, I can find no excuse. The blame lies squarely on his shoulders. Based on his prior record (House Party, The Great White Hype), there was no reason to expect he could produce something this unspeakably awful. His previous film, The Ladies' Man, was bad, but not close to this level. Filmmakers have to dig deep to sink this low. Fortunately for all involved, this movie is likely to disappear as quickly as an ice cube thrown into a pot of boiling water.
(James Berardinelli, Reelviews)
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