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This was a movie that was everything that Soul Plane wasn't. Respectful, funny and clean. Well done with a touching love story.
I found the acting was very well done with two leads working extremely well together. The camera work was like wise well done and the editing masterfully done. One could never know that this movie was filmed in two different states ( CA and GA) over the course of almost three years.
Thinking back over it I found no scene that would make me embarrassed to bring my family to see it. It was truly a movie that did justice to the black entertainment industry. A stark contrast to the crap that is rap and the movies that have come forth from that genre.
In addition I would like to say the sound track was phenomenal. I want to get a copy of it when it does come out. Again tastefully done.
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