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Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom
Noah's Arc Jumping the Broom
Actors: Darryl Stephens, Jensen Atwood, Douglas Spearman
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Television, Gay & Lesbian
R     2009     1hr 41min

Genre: Drama Rating: UN Release Date: 16-DEC-2008 Media Type: DVD


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Actors: Darryl Stephens, Jensen Atwood, Douglas Spearman
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Television, Gay & Lesbian
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Love & Romance, Comedy, Drama, Gay & Lesbian
Studio: MTV
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 02/03/2009
Original Release Date: 01/01/2008
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2008
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 1hr 41min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English
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Movie Reviews

Laura Jaramillo | Southern California | 10/27/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I just finished watching the movie and it was FABULOUS. I would recommend getting the video at soon as it releases. I will be doing just that. Jumping the Broom was a great love story. It had all elements of a great movie. It was heart-warming, and funny, sad and a feel good movie. I have but two negative comments, the first being it was way to short and I would have loved more. Story lines could have developed into more but as it was it was GREAT. My next negative is where was WILSON CRUZ. Not having this final and important member to the movie was extremely DISAPPOINTING and would not have destroyed the story line. I will purchase this movie and I am going again to see it."
Consistent with the series & funny: just wonderful
Michael L. Wiersma | Springfield, MA United States | 02/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love the series. I was frankly a little nervous that I wouldn't like the movie, but I shouldn't have been concerned. "Jumping" has all the warmth, humor, and love that the series had, just in a slightly different format and location.

Noah and Wade have evidently reconciled (since the series abruptly ended) and they and the boys have assembled (minus a couple characters) on Martha's Vineyard at Wade's family vacation home (an ocean-side mansion, of course) to celebrate their wedding. Whether they will actually tie the knot (or jump the broom) is anybody's guess, and they don't actually seem too sure about it either. Noah's friends don't help as they add their own flavors of sexual tension, jealousy, their own couples' problems, and a lot of snide comments. Add to that a new young guy just coming to grips with what being gay is all about and he acts as a catalyst for a lot of self-disclosure and good discussion amongst the characters.

My favorite scene-stealer is Noah's boss, the name-dropping diva who gets all the good lines along with "Curtis," aka "Baby Gap" who shows up in hopes of sweeping Noah off his feet.

The editing of this movie is tight and spot-on and there is hardly a moment that isn't packed with all the stuff you loved about the series. The characters have all aged well (i.e. they are smokin' hot) and seem to have had no trouble going back into their "Noah" characters.

It's funny, it's moving, and it feels real; it's a study in relationships and friendship, courtship and love. After seeing the movie, I have ordered the soundtrack. It would have been wise to order them together from the beginning. HIGHLY recommended. Enjoy."
Don't miss it, gur'
Garçon Stupide | London | 03/05/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Earlier this year, a big screen adaptation of Sex & The City was released. Actually, that's not true, a ninety minute advert for Products was released, with the characters from Sex & The City grafted on to make people watch.

Noah's Arc is often referred to - for better or worse - as a black, gay SATC. So, when I heard the news that the prematurely cancelled series would also be bursting onto cinema screens, I had my doubts. Television and film are very different beasts, and one doesn't necessarily translate into another. Just look at SATC - a depressing, cynical exercise in vulgar consumerism.

When Noah's Arc first appeared on our screens, it was unique: a show that wasn't about white gay men. It was Queer As Folk in colour, and funnier. The series suffered under the tyranny of network television censorship (that NA was as hot as it was is a miracle) and a miniscule running time. But it was bursting with heart and soul, and audiences fell in love with Noah, Ricky, Alex and Chance - not to mention their numerous sexy suitors.

Season two ended on a cliff-hanger, but with criminal disregard for the loyalty of the viewing audience, Logo cancelled the series, just when it was finding its feet.

Let's not be bitter, because we have something to celebrate. Noah and Wade are getting married! We might not have a Season 3 (yet), but we've got Jumping The Broom. So what happened after the car crash? Did Noah wake up and find Wade in the shower? Did the whole of season two not happen? Was it all a dream?

Don't be silly, kids. The movie is set at some point after the crash, which Wade survived. That's not a spoiler - he's all over the publicity photos, and Noah's Arc without Wade would be like SATC without Big. But what of Dre, I hear you cry! Well now, you'll just have to watch and see.

And what of Jumping The Broom?

It's a joy. A big, sexy, laugh out loud joy. There's smiles and frowns, and tears, and... er, Baby Gat (Jason Steed). Oh, Baby Gat. He's back, innit, full of bruvs and bluds, u get me. This one needs his own series. He lights up the screen and steals the show. I beg u, giv the boi his own show, innit. Brandy's (Jennia Fredrique) back too, bringing a lil fem to the table. Gary LeRoi Gray's Brandon is a refreshing addition to the clique. They're all welcome guests.

Only Gregory Kieth's Trey is missing in action, which is a real shame. His long-suffering relationship with Alex was always a pleasure to view. Don't worry, all is not lost - he puts in a welcome cameo via webcam, in a pleasing throwback to Season one. It's a shame we couldn't exchange Trey for Jonathan Julian's depressing Eddie. I'm not quite sure if it's the character, or if the actor isn't quite at home here, but Eddie just gets me down. At least in the series his appearances were kept to a minimum - but we're forced into close quarters with him here. But that's a small quibble. The truth of the matter is this movie is packed with so many "OMG - I can't believe he/they just did that!" moments that such minor shortcomings can be overlooked.

Noah's Arc: Jumping The Broom is heartfelt, hilarious and packed with eye candy. This wedding cake has all the right ingredients.

Don't miss it, gur'."
Anxiously Waiting
Linda Y | Columbus, OH | 01/30/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm co-signing with reviewer Tracey. Heterosexual female totally in love with Noah's Arc. I have season's 1 & 2 and cannot wait for the movie to come out! I wasn't able to view in theater's cuz it never came to my city. This show has something for everyone because their topics are so diverse and real, plus it deals with the day to day struggle of love like everybody else. I would also co-sign and say that my hubby is a homophobic but it's amazing that he always managed to come into the room while I was watching my discs and know every character and episode too, so I commend Mr. Polk's writing skills in opening minds to acceptance."