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The Love Section (2013)

Not Rated | | Comedy , Drama , Romance | 2013 (USA)
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Ali (Lawrence Adisa), is a struggling real estate agent and ladies man who has never desired to commit to anyone or anything.


Ronnie Warner



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Credited cast:
Mekhi Phifer ... James Johnson
Lawrence B. Adisa ... Ali Reese
Brian Hooks ... Joel Long
Davetta Sherwood Davetta Sherwood ... Sandrine Darden
Kellita Smith ... Pat Darden
Omar Benson Miller ... Chris
Tangi Miller ... Jackie Long
Teyana Taylor ... Steph
Terence Mathews II Terence Mathews II ... Junior
Elijah Long Elijah Long ... Jamal
Ronnie Warner ... Pee Wee
Richard Whiten ... Cop
Brandon Heitkamp ... Chris Hansen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Michael Bair ... Friend
Cici Carmen ... Sally


Ali (Lawrence Adisa), is a struggling real estate agent and ladies man who has never desired to commit to anyone or anything.

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Life is good, when you're in The Love Section.


Comedy | Drama | Romance


Not Rated


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Great movie! Must see
2 October 2014 | by yvonnecassandraSee all my reviews

It was great to see Lawrence Adisa doing his thing. Very proud of what he is doing and trying to bring to black independent film. Please support him and his efforts. I named my daughter after Mekhi Phifer, so it's always great to see him in a movie or TV show. Brian Hooks is always funny. I could definitely relate to the story line struggling professional trying to make it.The movie had me watching and not wanting to shut it off. Kept me watching till the end. Looking forward to see what new things come from Lawrence Adisa. I wish him the best in his career. I will support any project he is promoting. It's good to see someone you grew up with in print, movie or commercial. Feels good to tell my children I know him or her.

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