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The story of a young man, Jason (Allen Payne) who must confront his trauma-induced insecurity about love, as well as a sense of owed responsibility to his mother and troubled brother Joshua (Bokeem Woodbine). Jason, an assistant manager and sales clerk at an electronics store, falls in love with Lyric (Jada Pinkett Smith) and finds happiness, but his family history and mentally ill war veteran father, Maddog (Forest Whitaker) plague his life's plans before he can leave it all for a better life.Written by
Like New Orleans Houston, had a ward system of six wards, When Houston was founded in 1836 and incorporated in 1837, its founders, the Allen Brothers, divided it into political geographic districts called "wards", precursors to City Council districts. This is a common political tool still used in some American cities. When the system was at its peak, Houston had six wards, from the first to the sixth, and were officially abandoned as political entities in 1915. Houstonians still identify certain Afro-American communities as being "wards" which are not identical to the wards that existed before 1915, but sometimes appear on signage and discussion. New Orleans has not had officials elected to represent wards since 1912, but like Houston, the ward designations remain a part of New Orleans' social fabric, especially since Hurricane Katrina. See more »
With his right hand, Jason retrieves the flowers he bought for Lyric from the truck and hides them behind his back. When he hands them to her, he pulls them from under his left arm. See more »
Ghosts. I guess everyone lives with them. Some good, some bad. But memories won't let you forget. They have a way of boomeranging, changing a life forever.
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Jason's Lyric wasn't a great film theatrically, as it had small promotions. Judging by the title and cast, i didn't expect a good film. It was actually a great film with powerful performances. It tells the story of Two brothers (One good and One Bad) living with their mother in a rough area. Jason played by Allen Payne is sensible and taking care of his younger brother Joshu. Joshua played by Bokeem Woodbine is a little crazy and has a violent side to his personality. Its a half love story and half action movie thats worth the watch. Allen Payne delivers a good performance. Bokeem Woodbine is terrific, see him in Dead Presidents also. Jada Pinkett looks ultra sexy and plays the love life of Jason. There are some fabulous Sex scenes, Jada looks fantastic. Overall, Good realistic storyline and deserves a chance.
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