An accurate depiction of the events surrounding the United Kingdom hung parliament in 2010 and the aftermath involving the three main party leaders in attempting to form a government, despite contrasting policies and personal beliefs.
Prime Alexander is a professional athlete living the life most men dream of. He has a huge guaranteed contract, beautiful women chasing him and the best friends a man could ask for. He's used to getting what he wants, when he wants it and doesn't believe in explaining himself to anyone, especially Autumn, the beautiful woman he's been dating for a little over a year. Autumn Singletary is a wealthy socialite who doesn't understand the word no. Her relationship with Prime has more to do with appearances than real feelings but that's of no consequence when Prime decides to end their relationship by publicly humiliating her in the presence of his new interest, Skylar. The bond Prime shares with his boys, Lonzo, Kalif and Dallas has been nurtured throughout the years as the main constant in their life. They are always together. They are always taking care of each other. They are a true pact and have the secrets and the code to prove it. 1080 for life. Lonzo, Prime's very best friend, is an...Written by
An example of boys and girls who were not raised right. I understand that they are adults in the movie, but they act like children. Especially the men who chased every woman they saw. They lack morals and character. Not all of the characters, but some. When you chase women and men in clubs you get what you pay for. These women were just as damaged as the men. The delivery guy turned out to be the good guy. It proves that real women and men just want honesty. This movie had so many stereotypes, like all men are dogs. Some men are dogs, but not all. It shows that everyone, man and woman should do some research before we date someone. I was disappointed that the characters were so shallow and lacked depth.
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