Evicted from his apartment, James has to move in with his girlfriend of 3 months. He quickly discovers that she's everything he never wanted in a woman. His only option is to get her to ... See full summary »
All the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas, but plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.
Dr. RJ Stevens is a talk show host who visits his family in the deep south. While there he reunites with his brother Otis, his sister Betty, his cousin/rival Clyde and his childhood love interest Lucinda Allen.
Malcolm D. Lee
James Earl Jones
Centers around the lives of Victoria, Zenobia , Clevon, and Phil -- all friends approaching the age of 35 and struggling to build the families they've always dreamed of. While Zenobia (Parker, "Soul Food," "Brown Sugar") is still looking for a man, Victoria (Jones, "Castle," "One on One") is married to a man who doesn't want children. Clevon (comic Hart, "Not Easily Broken," "40 Year-Old Virgin"), meanwhile, is too geeky to get a woman, and Phil (Keith Robinson, "Dreamgirls") is already married with children, but his wife is not very interested in being a mother. All four of them try to rectify their romantic lives and futures while their biological clocks tick away.Written by
Russ Parr, director
I'm sure I ended up with this in my NetFlix queue because of a NetFlix "Because you watched..." recommendation. It took me months to finally watch it, and I wish I had watched it sooner. I liked it way more than I thought I would. It was way better than I thought it would be, in fact. The script was solid. The characters were well cast and well played. The content was relevant and relatable. There was something about everyone's story that I could relate to - wanting something that you're ready for, but can't attract into your life; meeting men who represent as less than suitable mates; a marriage where partners are not well matched and have differing goals...I could go on. A few honorable mentions - Jill Marie Scott's character was sooo believable that I no longer saw her as Toni from Girlfriends. I also didn't like her very much :). Her long suffering husband, Keith Robinson, made my heart ache. Usually that story line is reversed, and it's the wife who is long suffering. But he was totally believable as well. I loved Darius' obnoxious, gum smacking, loud suit wearing Nick. Luenell (sp) was great. She made me laugh each time she came on screen. This is definitely a movie I would see again. In fact, it's because it's currently on that I decided to write a review. Do yourself a favor and watch it. You won't be disappointed.
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