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produced by
Harold Jackson III, Laketa Bailey, Elena Lake, Tsedey Aragie, Chaka Balamani, Tawanna Terrell (executive) for 8 Picture House, Terrell Entertainment
directed by Harold Jackson III
starring Rob Gordon, Michael J. Patterson, Ashley Rios, Briana Cortesiano, Donnie Brown jr, Antonio Harrison jr, Emanuel Gallmon, Kennedy Ghee, Chaka Balamani, Derek A. Smith, Laurisha Yniguez, Elena Lake, Angus Whinfield, Ama Hamma, Zoe Bryant, Paul Shepherd
written by Harold Jackson III

review by
Mike Haberfelner

When food vlogger Dre (Rob Gordon) spots Tatiana (Briana Cortesiano) sittzing on her own at a bar, it's love at first sight, and he decdides to chat her up. Now she might not be as into him as she's into her, but is at least mildly interested - and yet, Dre's efforts are shot slightly short by her boyfriend Mark (Donnie Brown jr) showing up out of nowhere, pretty much chasing Dre away. Only a few days later, at Dre's brother Isaac's (Michael J. Parrerson) weekend-long wedding celebrations, Dre meets Tatiana again, her being the chef for the duration. He sees it as his second chance, but that's ruined when Isaac, not knowing about the situation between the two, invites Mark over for the weekend as well. And naturally, Dre and Mark are soon engaged in an extended game of alpha dog. Thing is, things get complicated between Isaac and his bride-to-be Monica (Ashley Rios) as well, as while Isaac's honestly in love with her, he has never come over the death of his first wife, who has died from cancer a few years back. And feeling nothing's not quite right, Monica finds a shoulder to cry on in of all people Tatiana ...


Now I'll admit that romantic comedies in general aren't exactly my thing - but this one's sure one of the better ones as it understands to include its fair share of drama and serious topics into its plot while also not shying away from the occasional slapstick moments to result in a rounded out whole, that might end happily enough, but without just sugar-coating things. And an assured directorial effort and a relatable to even likeable cast make for rather fine viewing.


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