Sidney is a writer who's just left her L.A. Times music review gig to edit New York hip-hop magazine XXL. Dre is an executive with a hip-hop record company based in New York. They've known each other since they met as children, when both discovered hip-hop for the first time. Now that they're back together, they should be perfect for each other, except that Dre's about to marry lawyer Reese and Sidney claims not to be interested in Dre romantically. Meanwhile, Dre is growing increasingly restless with his company's focus on profit over artistry, which leads to signing the gimmicky duo Ren and Ten while ignoring the talented Chris
Writer:Michael Elliot (story), Michael Elliot (screenplay), Rick Famuyiwa (screenplay)
The movie follows the evolving relationship between Sidney, an attractive editor-in-chief of the hip-hop magazine XXL, and Dre, an A&R for Millennium Records who support each other professionally choose other romantic partners before realizing that they're really in love with each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Price M (es) wrote: Very cute, cleverly done movie. Beautiful cinematography. My kids won't stop asking to see it again!
Jason S (au) wrote: So much of this movie is terrific, and it shows Justin Timberlake finding his way as an actor and Jeff Bridges creating the beginnings of the character he would win an Oscar for in Crazy Heart. But this story is undone by a cinematographer who's better at shooting landscapes than people. This movie's full of stunning vistas and washed-out, pasty people. It's filled with pretty people, but it ain't pretty to look at.
Karen H (us) wrote: 2017-03-15 missed the first ~half, didn't seem to matter
Philip N (kr) wrote: A very enjoyable watch. Claire Danes was sexy and cute...as usual. Funny cast of characters with kooky music and a different type of story. !Me gusta mucho!
Steve D (nl) wrote: Could have been better cast but good anyway
Raji K (ca) wrote: Van Damme plays Max Walker, a Time cop agent who is tasked with making sure those who travel back in time do not effect the future. Through corruption in his own agency and government he is tasked with quite a chore. Timecop may not be a masterpiece, but it is an enjoyable action film with time travel and features some pretty cool deaths. Its disappointing that more time periods were not used, but overall its a solid enough movie for its time.
Lauren P (gb) wrote: This movie was a sweet, heartwrenching, and sometimes hilarious movie starring some very, very fine actors and actresses. You really, really cared about all the characters very deeply, and Mr Rickman and Ms Stevenson carried the story so fantastically I felt transfixed by every moment they were onscreen. 9/10, a truly lovely movie.
Befani G (nl) wrote: Quirky comedy, just great for one of those curl-up-with-a-duvet-and-hot-chocolate nights!"Ooh! How's my head going to feel tomorrow? No headache?""No, but you won't be able to make a fist for three days."
Cecily B (ag) wrote: It was an interesting look on the fascinating world of My Little Pony. I think it would be more interesting to those people who are into it like the "Bronies" because there was a lot I didn't get or probably appreciate because I don't watch it personally. It was interesting to learn more about it though.
Shane D (ca) wrote: This should be considered one of Michael Caine's best. Gritty, sad and very English. Great film.