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It'll be a slippery slope until their big day Best friends since childhood, Tao (Reagan Gomez-Preston) and Bren (Cynthia McWilliams) are preparing to live out their dreams of an extravagant double wedding in Hawaii. As the ladies' big day approaches, their jitters, envy, and outrageous expectations are met with emotional highs and lows. With faith and a little bit of luck, the brides-to-be just might make it to the chapel on time. Written by
Lately I have been leery of purchasing Independent Black plays and movies, but Wesley Jonathan's hunkiness and the attitude that Regan Gomez-Preston brings to her characters made me want to give it a chance. I am so glad that I did! The plot steered clear of the usual 'beat and cheat' conflict, but dealt with fresh modern issues in a way that wasn't preachy, overbearing, or cliché. It was thought provoking yet light hearted. I laughed from a good place in my gut here and there, 'awwwed' on occasion, and smiled often. It just felt good to watch. The characters and relationships were so believable that I felt like I knew these people personally. I just wanted to hug my best friend afterward. My only issue is that I couldn't tell if it was supposed to be a movie, a play, or a sitcom. Although it would be awesome if I could tune in weekly for a good laugh and a smile.
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