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Arrangement (1999)

When a man confesses to his fiancée that he had a "one night stand," he's shocked when the fiancée accepts his suggestion that she see other men.


H.H. Cooper


H.H. Cooper


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Billie James Billie James ... LuAnn Glass
Keskhemnu Keskhemnu ... Jake Bates
Keith Davis Keith Davis ... Bridges
Helen G. Williams Helen G. Williams ... Toni
Marilyn Torres Marilyn Torres ... Jasmine
Jason Quarles Jason Quarles ... Calvin
Jewdyer Osborne Jewdyer Osborne ... Leo Glass
Burnadair Lipscomb-Hunt Burnadair Lipscomb-Hunt ... Grace Glass
Phalana Tiller Phalana Tiller ... Donna
Clark Jackson ... Barry
Brandon McGlone Brandon McGlone ... Chris Glass
Angelo Lozada Angelo Lozada ... Marcus
Troy McClendon Troy McClendon ... J.C. Hargrove
Brandon Jenkins Brandon Jenkins ... Petey
Jermaine Jevon Jermaine Jevon ... Trent (as Jermaine Cheeseborough)


When a man confesses to his fiancée that he had a "one night stand," he's shocked when the fiancée accepts his suggestion that she see other men.

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Comedy | Romance







Release Date:

7 August 1999 (USA) See more »

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Big Blue Films See more »
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well acted
27 May 2005 | by yella_fellaSee all my reviews

Although this film clearly looks like a "low" budget, independent flick, it's so well acted, that despite its lack of big budget, it's totally compelling (it draws you into the story) and it is very funny and entertaining. This film is way better that one would expect.

Especially check out the female lead. She's pretty, cute, sexy and charismatic. She carries the weight of the narrative on her shoulders and clearly has a lot of personality, as she is able to give her character depth and "realism."

Without the overabundance of talent featured in this film, this would be just another B-flick, but the only thing "B" about it is its budget, otherwise, the acting and original storyline blow most films with exponentially higher budgets out of the water. This goes to show you that with good talent, budgets are just icing on the cake, and don't make or break a film, the talent featured is what makes or breaks a film.

(Think about Star Wars Episode I and II with HUGE budgets, OVERT racism and total lack of talent rendering them just big budget garbage. That goes to show you, a white man like Lucas who hasn't had an original thought since he smoked some weed in 1971 can make multi-million dollar glorified Stepin Fetchit films, while truly innovative ("black") films like this can just barely get funded. Would this be yet another good example of the white supremacist police state we live in? Note: the imagination of Star Wars is being co-opted to sell the militarization of space and the U.S. empire's total military domination of the globe. Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq were the first space wars, do your homework.)

Free Palestine.

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