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. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
"Flip The Script" is a funny and likable film on its own, but it's Robin Givens who really and truly shoots it into the stratosphere. Her precise and professional comedic acting genuinely brings laughs and, frequently, the kind of recognition that says: "That's me."
"Flip The Script" is, to put it bluntly, a stylishly funny, intensely generous, greatly appealing comedy. And it is Robin Givens who is its main drawing card. Her entirely polished and completely charming comedic acting always draws laughs and, at times, stirs the heart. It is she who lifts who lifts "Flip The Script," as qualitative as its on its own, into the realm of genuine filmic event.
This had a good mix of comedy and plot. If you like Robyn Givens and Mel Jackson..you can lavish in seeing both of them adding their quality to what might otherwise have turned out to be a C-quality film. The movie picks up over time and in the end-which is a shocker-I deemed it enjoyable. I will purchase this movie.