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Funny Valentines (1999)

 -  Drama  -  14 February 1999 (USA)
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A woman returns to her home town to sort out her troubled marriage and finds new happiness in the rekindling of a broken friendship with her cousin.

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Joyce May
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Dearie B.
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Ethel B.
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Dr. Thomas Holder
Peter J. Fernandez ...
Danny (as Peter Jay Fernandez)
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Lauren
Kajuana S. Marie ...
Gail (as Kajuana Shuford)
Denise Burse ...
Brenda
Chris Dunn ...
Eobert Earl (as Christopher Dunn)
Debra Terry ...
Mrs. Watts
Von Coulter ...
Troy Watts
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Ephraim Lee
Christopher Ryan Dunn ...
Robert Earl (as Chris Dunn)
Ruth Beckford ...
Mrs. Coleman
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Young Dearie B.
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A woman returns to her home town to sort out her troubled marriage and finds new happiness in the rekindling of a broken friendship with her cousin.

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Dearie B.: [to Joyce] Everyone always said you and I were like peanut butter and jelly.
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Best movie featuring Africian-Americans I have ever seen
7 March 1999 | by (Indianapolis, In) – See all my reviews

There are several things about this movie I liked and nothing that I didn't like. The way the movie is written, the viewer is left to conclude for themselves how relationships between the characters will play out (much like a John Sayles movie, i.e. Passion Fish, Lone Star.) What I liked most, however, is even though the main cast is entirely Africian-American, the issue of race never enters into the picture. It is a movie any race can watch, enjoy, and identify with, and not feel guilty or blame about who or what they were born. As each character came across the screen, I either knew a person like that or had been in a situation similar to the character myself. We all want a life free of complications, good relationships with our family and friends, to honestly care for someone, and to be honestly cared for. Overall, it is good to watch an intelligent, well acted black movie and not get cussed out and shot at in the process.


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