Flip the Script (2005)





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Director Terrah Bennett Smith teams with writer/executive producer Tiayoka McMillan to tell the tale of a tale of an old love that just can't seem to die, and the friendships that keep our spirits raised even in the darkest of times. Having just received the unfortunate news that his college friend Lucky (Tech Holmes) has recently passed away, Dr. Preston Scott (Miguel A. Nunez) begins contacting his old group of friends to organize a memorial service for the recently departed. The only problem is that one of Preston's old friends just so happens to be his ex-girlfriend Rain Jones (Robin Givens). When Preston tells Rain that he has found the woman of his dreams, the lingering pain over their break-up immediately comes back to the surface, prompting bitter Rain to respond with a fabricated story about her engagement to the perfect man. Now, as the memorial service draws near and old friends (Mel Jackson, Randy Goodwyn, Jazmin Lewis, Bianca Lewis) gather to celebrate the life of their fallen college friend, Preston and Rain are compelled to re-examine their past and face up to the fact that sometimes old love has a way of lingering even after romance has died.
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Robin Givens
as Rain Jones
Miguel A. Núñez Jr.
as Preston Scott
Laz Alonso
as Nelson
Teck Holmes
as Lucky
Mel Jackson
as Bruce
Gayla Goehl
as Head Nurse
Earl Minfield
as Receptionist
Shequeta Smith
as Partygoer
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Pardon me for expecting African-American fare to be far more sophisticated than the new millennium's equivalent of Amos & Andy, complete with Kingfish-quality buffoonery and an array of other degenerate coons.

Full Review… | June 1, 2007

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I liked the concept of the movie it was very interesting. The best part was the female cast very sexy.

Cornelius  Cotton
Cornelius Cotton

There is not a whole lot to say about this film. It is a black comedy drama of college friends reuinting when a mutual friend dies. It doesn't quite know whether it wants to be a drama, romance or comedy, turns out to be an uneasy mixture of all three. The acting is fine, but the writing is trite and it doesn't flow well. So-so at best.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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