Samantha Stone (Garcelle Beauvais), a smart and beautiful wife and mother, has been happily married to her high school sweetheart Sylvester Stone (Isaiah Washington) for seventeen years. On the day they’re set to move into their dream home, Sylvester confesses that he is leaving her for another woman. What do you do when the only man you’ve ever loved falls in love with another woman and leaves you suddenly single? Find out in David E. Talbert’s latest… a captivating tale of love, laughter, and new beginnings!
WHAT WE THOUGHT
The Stones have to deal with the fact that an act of infidelity is tearing their family apart! Melodrama ensues, as well as soulful lessons on the power of a good man. I kept dozing off repeatedly during the flick, so I come to this review with a fuzzy mind. What makes it different than half of the other shit I’ve seen? Hell, what sets it apart from the rest of the Talbert stuff?
This is a played filmed for a certain audience. Needless to say, I’m not in that audience. While that doesn’t mean that I can’t enjoy, it does put a damper on not being part of the target audience. I don’t get the certain requirements needed for the drama to work. Plus, I just don’t see what the big deal is about moaning about infidelity while asking everyone in the community to chime in on what’s going down.
The DVD comes with no special features. I would imagine that no one associated with this show is that proud of it to even list it on a resume. The A/V Quality is pretty clean, but it has that fuzz on the transfer that comes from most of these productions. Still, the Dolby track held up. In the end, I’d only recommend a rental to fans.
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!