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Internet Dating (2008) Online
Original Title :
Internet Dating
Genre :
Creative Work / Comedy
Year :
Directror :
Master P,D'Juan Baham
Cast :
Katt Williams,Master P,Clifton Powell
Writer :
Romeo Miller,Britt O. Wynn
Budget :
Type :
Creative Work
Time :
1h 24min
Rating :
Internet Dating (2008) Online

Kat Williams works at a subway station.Then end up falling in love with a worker but during his time he goes on a dating site to find a partner.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Katt Williams Katt Williams - Mickey
Master P Master P - Trey
Clifton Powell Clifton Powell - Leroy 'The Pimp'
Terry Miles Terry Miles - Rabbit
Michael Blackson Michael Blackson - Akeem the Dream
Sammy B. Willis Sammy B. Willis - Erika
Kim Kita Kim Kita - Me'Hoe
Ann Randolph Ann Randolph - Annie
Reynaldo Rey Reynaldo Rey - Mr. Bentay
Jerard Jones Jerard Jones - Mr. Walker (as Gerard Jones)
Omar Regan Omar Regan - Ben (as Omar Reagan)
Angela Maria Angela Maria - Myra
Jessica Meza Jessica Meza - Mandy (as Jes Meza)
Bailey Brown Bailey Brown - Peaches
Michelle Hull Michelle Hull - Angry Customer

User reviews



This movie as you probably already know without even having to rent / buy it, was made on a very tight and low budget. The movie looks as if it were filmed on a inexpensive home video-recorder. The sound is awful, as if they had no mic attachments, they were merely going off the echoes of the walls? The story wasn't completely original, nor entertaining enough to keep my interest. After about 20 minutes, I removed the film from my player. Am I fan of Katt Williams? Yes! A very dedicated fan, which is why I initially decided to watch this flick... so it isn't a bias remark, the film was just awful. There was no humor at all, not because the movie hadn't started to get into the humorous parts, but because the humorous parts had already failed up to the point of me turning it off.

Katt Williams is a phenomenal stand-up comedian without a doubt, but does that make him an awful actor? No. Many people think just because somebody is a artist, stand-up, athlete, etc. that they can't act. I believe Katt has a load of potential to be a well accomplished comedian actor. Although, if he continues to accept roles such as the one he did in this film, he won't get the attention deserved. Films like this will do no actor any justice, whether your Katt Williams, Dane Cook, or even Will Smith. It's simply a role that nobody could fill in and make the movie, an enjoyable movie. In this case, it comes down to the story, director, and budget, when all three fail... so will the star actor. I wouldn't recommend this film to anyone, whether you enjoy the Katt's work, or you enjoy comedies, because in my own personal opinion, this doesn't fill either spot.



I just rented this tonight. Seeing Katt Williams on the cover made me want to see it since he's the hot commodity in comedy these days. But I kind of blanched after seeing Master P's name as director. After seeing it all I can say is directing is one more thing Master P should avoid next to acting and dancing. Here he has Katt as a sandwich boy who wants to find his soul mate and looks to online dating to find the woman of his dreams. Instead of setting up different scenarios or vignettes for Katt's potential dates, the movie mostly has girls coming by the sandwich shop looking for Katt. The few scenes where he actually goes on dates are boorish and nonsensical. A whole lot of comics appear in parts that could have greatly benefited from the participation of real actors. It's kind of a shame because this should be something that Williams should be proud to put on his resume as a star comic but it looks like something he did while he was in high school. Not even funnier than some of those really bad SNL sketches that don't seem to go anywhere.

Master P's whole directorial career has involved trying to make comedies starring stand up comedians. Most of the cast are comics. Williams, Leslie Jones, Renaldo Rey, Michael Blackson among others. The problem is most stand up comedians make bad actors, especially with an inexperienced director. They don't have the instinct to work as an ensemble the way comic actors do. As a result a movie about a hot topic that had a lot of potential and well-known urban comics was very unfunny.

The one silver lining in the movie are the girls. Especially Sammy B. Willis, Liana Mendoza, and Sula Symonds, as well as Jessica Meza. All are incredibly hot and a goofy and geeky performance by Angela Maria. Though their acting was whack too at least they helped ease the pain of watching this steaming pile. If not for them, I would have given the movie a 1/10 instead of a 2.


A 20 second review for a movie that doesn't deserve 20 seconds of anyone's time.

I watched Internet Dating for one reason, Katt Williams, I found his stand up DVDs great and IMDb'd him to see what he was up to and found this. When I couldn't find anything about it I tracked it down and now very much regret doing so.

It is about a lonely guy who works at a Subway style sandwich shop that never seems to have any customers despite a 5 strong staff, he goes on the net to find "love", and as the guy who runs the website is his cousin he spends the remainder of the film trying to hook up with... something.

It is a horribly bland premise made worse when I realised that the website running cousin was Master P, he made this dross and it is obviously a hopelessly inept vanity project.

The acting is horrible, I didn't laugh once, Master P makes all the women in the film fawn over him and pretend they are hot for him, despite him being a slow witted, slurring, ugly gimp.

Terrible camera-work, an absence of script, lousy "jokes", a $7 production budget and even "BOING" sound effects when a guy sees a hot girl! In one scene an actor turned to camera and there were boom mikes in shot and cast shadows in a few scenes too.

This movie sucks, this is a public service announcement. No matter how much you like Katt Williams AVOID INTERNET DATING AT ALL COSTS.

Final Rating – 2 / 10. This is only 2 so I have somewhere lower to go in the unlikely event that I see something worse. 90 minutes of chat between 2 boring accountants would bring more laughs than this.

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This film was awesome. It was a great display of what early internet dating was in th beginning. Very humbling and clear delivery of the writers message.


Here goes the story MASTER-P went into the club hit on some waitresses/slash models and told them he could make them stars he's got a movie for them right now. So he threw some money at a bunch of comedians and told them to do their thang act your color in front of the camera. And thats all the movie is, comedians show-up at a sandwich shop, have some unscripted dialog with the employees featuring KAT WILLIAMS. Then the comedians act a fool. Then they leave and are seen later acting a fool. Its funny in the beginning but after-awhile gets boring. Know-one gets kicked in the nuts, or slips on a banana peel. No vicious pigs, midgets, Squirrels or Chihauhas! nothing but KAT WILLIAMS, being KAT, and Master-P playing the straight man.


OK, OK I know the movie was as low budget as they come, but I am sure they were not trying to win an Oscar. I believe the goal was to entertain and anyone with a decent sense of humor would have been laughing all the way back to the video store. I had to see it for the second time to really laugh hard but seriously I am a volunteer movie critic and I love this movie!! I think that Katt Williams plays "Mickie" beautifully....now of course there are some other actors that will remain unmentioned that really weren't good at all, but hey that's why the name of the movie was Katt Williams....! I truly hope that the cast and writers of the movie feel the love...cause I've seen this movie almost 20 times and I laugh every time!!!


This movies idea is great.The things of internet dating are true and a movie of it would be great, but this one NOT!Master P is obviously the worst director ever, what cameras these guys used?Did they just buy some hd sony cameras from some store and went straight to filming?Do not buy this and if you are somebody who downloads movies from the internet, don't download this.Katt Williams should have just say no on making this movie, Master P should have taken a filming class or two and if he did i bet he was sleeping trough the whole class.Definitely not worth watching and looks like its made by amateurs.Master P has been in a few good movies, but this isn't one and i think Katt Williams has too much class to be in this type of a low budjet movie, i bet they put all of their money on Katt.


Internet Dating had great potential to being funny with such names as Katt Williams and Clifton Powell, but the humor was found in desperation. The movie proved two things, 1.) if a relative of yours writes a script, seek out professional editing before you commit to print, and 2.) and I will neither buy this movie or watch it again. I must admit the movie was a little disappointing and that I forced myself to watch the movie in its entirety to ensure the movie wasn't bad as a whole, but sadly it was. However, there is a silver lining, the movie does show that should take what you read on profiles of others on dating internet sites should be held with a grain of salt and that "love" may be closer than you think.