When NBA All-Star Scott McKnight (Common) suffers a debilitating injury, tough-talking physical therapist Leslie Wright (Queen Latifah) pulls out all the stops to get him back on his game. But their professional relationship turns personal when Leslie finds herself falling for Scott, and discovers the feeling may be mutual. Paula Patton co-stars in a romantic comedy penned by Michael Elliot and directed by Sanaa Hamri. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Even better movie than the trailer shows. A great movie to watch if you are a NBA fan. Lots of real NBA stars playing themselves and great basketball action. The hero and heroine have both positive strong character that you can admire, that make a movie you don't mind youth watching. Besides the overcoming adversity sports drama, there is the romance drama that is well written and enjoyable. The gold digging NBA star's wife wanna be cousin of Wright made a great antagonist that both men and women could equally want to jeer at. A great date movie that won't make a guy cringe or vomit and will make the ladies cheer in romantic bliss contentment. (by LT's wife)
This was a total feel good romantic comedy. I enjoyed every minute of it. Something to watch to lift your spirits. It also has a positive message of finding your calling in life and doing what you love.
Highly recommend it!