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|A Good Man Is Hard to Find|
Actors: Darius McCrary, Joe Torry, Hill Harper, Lance E. Nichols, Mel Jackson
Director: Leslie Small
Genres: Drama, African American Cinema
Based on the musical stage play of the same name, A Good Man Is Hard to Find, is the story of three women who each undergo romantic crises that challenge their personal and spiritual relationships. Each must overcome perso... more »
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Nakomiah | New Orleans, LA | 05/15/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I'm sorry..this movie lacked the hype I expected. I think the director took away the talent these true actors and actresses had to offer. But then again most of CodeBlack entertainment films are poor in quality and production.
Deborah Cox is the best!!!
Chad A. Tinti | South Boston, MA | 05/14/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What can I say only that this movie is incredible with Deborah Cox, its good to see her in another movie. She is amazing and truly a vision WORK IT DEBORAH!!!"
Not only is a good man hard to find...
M. J. Hayes | The Sunshine State | 09/25/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"...but apparently a good movie is too! In spite of the caliber of the featured actors and actresses, I was left a bit lost and confused in the end.
Let me begin by saying Hill Harper did an excellent job as the charming-turned-cold boss, as did Melissa de Sousa and Mel Jackson as the high maintenance best friend and Renaissance man respectively.
I was thoroughly disappointed with the choppy story line that seemed to jump from one extreme to another, enabling most of the characters to fully develop. Also, some scenes (such as the throwing of the liquor bottle, the son fighting with his father) were overdramatized to the point of being ridiculous and ultimately irrelevant.
I understand the multiple messages that the movie conveyed in regards to being faithful, the importance of building a strong spiritual foundation within yourself and your family, and appreciating the things that you have instead of lusting after the things you don't need, but I just expected more.
I recommend renting the movie first before buying it; it should be available at your local video store.
ChocolateQT | La Vergne, Tennessee | 05/17/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I love Golden Brooke and Darrin Dewin Henson (he played a much better church man in Fabric of a Man) but this was a dud for me. It had its moments here and there but most of the movie was very predictable and seem to drag on. It lacked any type of oomph and the moments you were left wanting to know more it just cut to the next scene, and never went back to wrap that issue up. Sorry this one didn't do it for me."