Silly and crazy. Fun film about a couple who gets together having nothing but love for each other but their friends do everything in their power to try and break them up simply because they can't stand each other and realize: the more the lovey dovey couple spends time together, it eventually means so do they and they're willing to do whatever it takes to keep that from happening no matter what.
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O-M-G! Where do I begin with this film?! Well, for one, the plot: It's about 4 friends (two guys, two girls) who are in the midst of the dating game. One claims to be a player (Clyde, played by Joe Torry), while his buddy is more of a straight-up guy (Montell, played by Rusty Cundieff, who's also director); the ladies are a gold digger (Adina, played by Paula Jai Parker), and her rather hopeless-romantic friend (Brandy, played by Tisha Campbell). Okay, so maybe not the most original. But what ensues makes for a hilarious film! The beginning has the two guys happening upon the two ladies at a party, and at first, the would-be couples don't see eye to eye. But eventually, there's a chance encounter... I don't want to ruin it for anyone who hasn't seen it, but what follows is (at least in my opinion): ONE OF THE MOST HILARIOUS SCENES IN CINEMA! Now, obviously, this may not be in any AFI or any other "official" lists, but I'm sure you all who've seen this movie know which part I'm talking about (lol)! Anyway, the other couple (Brandy and Montell) eventually fall in love, and the movie actually does a good job of keeping you on edge, unexpectedly throwing you for a loop with a surprise plot twist. If it weren't for its "low-budget" look, I may have even given this 5 stars! A hilarious (rather interesting) romantic comedy!
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This is an old movie, but I can relate to all four characters behaviors. Montel and Brandy, falling in love extremely quick and breaking up even quicker. Adina and Clyde getting upset that their friends fell in love. Oldie but goodie.
only 12 yrs late but here goes: luv dis movie. has all the usual aspects of a romantic comedy, plus portrays the wholesome side, and the gritty not so good side, of relationships. I liked Tisha C in Martin, in Sprung she iz more wholesome, but her friend Paula J iz a sexy vamp, golddigger whateva, I just luv her wigs & outfits! mos def get it, females and males like it
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