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Love for Sale is a romantic comedy about Trey (Jackie Long), a twenty-something delivery guy that can't seem to catch a break. Trey's whole life is in shambles- no money for college, girls don't know he exists and his uncle's recording studio is about to be foreclosed. After a failed attempt to talk to the girl of his dreams, Kiely (Mya), Trey encounters the incredibly, beautiful Katherine (Melyssa Ford) while on delivery. The older woman falls for him despite their age difference. This seemingly perfect development soon proves to just complicate Trey's life even further. Written by
My husband and I rented this film on a whim, and were pleasantly surprised. We actually got a good laugh out of the movie. We enjoyed Jackie Long and Jason Weaver together. They actually work well together and play off of one another. I wouldn't be surprised if some of their scenes had a little ad libbing. Melyssa Ford did a pretty decent job, but I just wanted Mya to show a little more emotion in her role, considering what her character was dealing with. I don't know if Russ wanted to play down the dramatic effect with her character's situation to keep the movie light, or if she just didn't have enough layers to her acting.
But beside that, overall we enjoyed the movie. There are some scenes we still joke about like the boyfriend showing up in the restaurant and Vince's response, the CSI blue light reflecting God knows what in Vince's room, and Cinque's constantly educating the white Brutha and Sista. Cute romantic comedy that teaches (without getting preachy) that love is shown through loyalty and respect and can't be bought. "Do you know where I'm going with this?"
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