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This MTV production tells the story of a rich black college girl meeting a drop-out attempting to make a living with his music.
Every second is predictable. Very predictable. However, if one thinks about it, the act of making love ends predictably yet we enjoy doing it. Because the actors are appealing, because the story telling is presented up close and personal, and because the tone or feel of the movie is so effectively smooth, I found LOVE SONG wonderfully enjoyable.
LOVE SONG reminded me of JASON'S LYRIC -- just take away the violence and grit, and replace it with smooth soul music. If a viewer ranked JASON'S LYRIC a "10," they might rank LOVE SONG a "7" or "8."
The most obvious give-away that this is a "made for TV" MTV production is that the ending credits whip bye at the speed of credits ending a network sit-com.
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