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A captivating film, offering a tale of truth that is simply hard to swallow. Continue reading
An uncomfortable but rewarding look at the risks, the exuberance, the difficulties and the expectations which accompany honest and pure love. Continue reading
These are characters we know all too well, no matter where we live or where we come from, but they constantly surprise us. Continue reading
The musical interludes are captivating, wonderfully performed by the cast, and the acting is pitch perfect. Continue reading
Saved by terrific performances from Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon. Continue reading
Starring: Taye Diggs, Monica Calhoun, Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long, Harold Perrineau, Eddie Cibrian, John Michael Higgins, Greg Gumbel, Eddie George, Pam Oliver, Anthony Hamilton, Marsha Ambrosius.
Director: Malcolm D. Lee
Rating: R (for language, sexual content and brief nudity.)
Running Time: 122 Minutes
Release Date: November 15, 2013
Blackmaled, Sean Daniel Company and Universal Pictures.
Written by. Malcolm D. Lee.
The prevailing opinion I had when I walked out of the theater and begin processing The Best Man Holiday was immediate aggravation over what might have been. For a good hour-plus, Malcolm D. Lee’s sequel to his 1999 comedy The Best Man, hits lots of high notes, balancing humor and drama, with a lilting pace and a precociousness resembling its predecessor. Lee was able to bring the entire cast back together for this 14-year follow up tale of a group of friends reuniting for Christmas at the request of one of them.
A powerful film, with an extraordinary counterbalance of acting by both Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto. Continue reading
There have been films about slavery before, but nothing quite like this. Nothing as visceral. As impacting. And as downright discomfiting as this Continue reading
Has no idea what stand it should be taking or what statement it wants to make. Continue reading