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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 really liked this movie. It was a refreshing surprise. Funny and heart wrenching. There was one problem. The movie begins in 1983. The characters look to be between 10 and 12. If they are 35-37 in 2011, then their childhood characters were too old. They would have only been about 7 or 8 in 1983 (how I was). Aside from that, I thought it was a funny and refreshing film that didn't treat any gender like they were the bad guys. I liked that the characters were also likable and caring people and the comedy was great. I would've given it a 10 out of 10, it it had had a better ending. There was also one scene that was COMPLETELY unbelievable (I won't spoil it for those who haven't seen it, but it involves two characters and the reproductive center). I enjoyed the comedy and it was heart wrenching to see how one character had been hurt. Still a nice movie. My hubby loved it - and he doesn't go for those kinds of movies.
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