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Makin' Baby (2002)

R | | Comedy, Romance
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Director:

Paul Wynne

Writers:

Brennon Jones (as Obie Jones), Tanya York (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Aaron D. Spears ... Michael
Portia Prescott ... Alicia (as Portia Realer)
Sheila Lussier ... Erin Hunter
Kim Hill ... Nina
Triflin Triflin ... Jackson
Trae Ireland ... Terrence
Mystikal ... Skinny Jones
Charles Allen ... Richie (as Charles D. Allen)
Robert Van Newkirk Robert Van Newkirk ... Ludwig
Amanda Troop ... Waitress
Vanessa Thomson Vanessa Thomson ... Nadia (as Sasha Thomson)
Yari Yari ... Courtney
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love | urban setting | See All (2) »

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A bling bling life or a baby and the wife.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Urban Girl Productions See more »
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Color
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Hip-Hop Club
Composed by Mark Schulz
Artist: Mark Schulz
Published by Jasper Jaws Music ASCAP
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Very attractive stars, weaker plot with offensive elements
13 April 2005 | by Amy AdlerSee all my reviews

Michael and Alicia are newlyweds. Alicia is keen to have a child and practices techniques that will help her achieve her goal. Sometimes, this frustrates Michael. It is hard to be intimate at specific times, after all. Michael is also pursuing a career in rap music, so at the moment, Alicia is the chief bread winner. Enter Erin. This slimy music executive wants to sign Michael to a contract and steal him away from Alicia. Will these two newly married sweethearts stay together? This movie has some good things going for it. The two stars are very appealing, physically and dramatically. The settings and costumes were chosen well and the soundtrack has some nice moments. However, the language is offensive at times, especially from Mystikal. Touted, as the star of the film, Mystikal actually has a supporting role and his performance is sullen and surly. The plot line also shows a vengeful attitude. For those who would like to view a romantic comedy with African American stars, you might do better with films such as Breakin' All the Rules and Love Jones. However, if you can tune out the bad elements, Alicia and Michael are a head turning couple. Enjoy!


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