Four lifelong friends enter into a race against their biological clocks while working to find the perfect mates and start families. Victoria (Tamala Jones), Zenobia (Nicole Ari Parker), Clevon (Kevin Hart), and Phil (Keith Robinson) are on the cusp of middle age, yet somehow they've managed to reap the rewards of adulthood. Though Victoria has come down with a bad case of baby fever, her husband resists the idea of fatherhood. Meanwhile, Zenobia is on the hunt for a man who wants to settle down and have kids, and nerdy Clevon just wants to find a girl who will accept him at face value. The only one who has succeeded in starting a family is Phil. Unfortunately motherhood is the last thing on his wife's list of priorities. Perhaps by supporting each other, these four friends will finally find the companionship that will give their lives true meaning. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
It was mediocre. The plot was goofy versus funny. It's films like this where I really wish black films would have more substance or even just more...quality to them. The actors are capable of so much better. Or at least I thought.
Kevin Hart is always funny so he makes the movie comedic. All of the characters are pretty good actors. It is a movie to rent on date night to ask each others questions and to form dialect about those situations.
The casting director did a great job, I felt connected to all the characters,even the nerdy and SHY Clevon.The story board was different especially the way they were all connected,and as noted some of the cast Megan Good e.g.,was part of the directing and production.Hope to see more like this from Russ Parr,this was very entertaining and funny,without being too raw.
Great, fun comedy about the lives of 30 somethings who are becoming desperate for love and playing all the wrong games. Some really clever moments in the film with a surprisingly deep emotional element which makes us know that Russ Parr is a complex and brilliant director.