A writer attending his friends' wedding tries to stop
them from reading his first novel, which reveals a secret that could put a halt to their
upcoming nuptials. With Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Morris Chestnut, Harold Perrineau Jr.,
Terrence Dashon Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Monica Calhoun, Melissa DeSousa and Victoria
SEX/NUDITY 7 - Lots of sexual innuendo (including references to oral sex and
lesbianism), graphic and sometimes profane references to intercourse, and kissing
(sometimes passionate). We see a couple having intercourse with her sitting on his lap,
moaning and thrusting (their bare backs are shown, and then we see him thrusting from
behind her; this scene is shown a few times). A man pantomimes rubbing his face between a
woman's breasts and a man grabs his crotch and "talks" to his penis. We see
scantily clad strippers at a bachelor party (lots of cleavage and thong underwear -- they
also put their breasts and buttocks in the faces of the male guests). One woman dances
suggestively, rubs her buttocks in a man's face and gyrates suggestively on his clothed
lap. We see a couple lying in bed together (no sex or nudity). We see a couple in a
bathtub, with shots of the tops of the woman's bare breasts; there is also a brief
glimpse of her breasts as she exits the tub. We see a man in only his boxers, a shirtless
man and some women in cleavage-revealing tops.
VIOLENCE/GORE 4 - A man throws a man against a wall and punches him several
times, then throws him onto a bed and against a window; they eventually crash through a
door onto a balcony, where one holds the other against the edge and threatens to toss him
over. A man is punched (we see blood on his lip and later we see him with a black eye), a
woman slaps a man, a man throws a book at another, a man squeezes another man's hand
tightly and a man shoves another into a wall and overturns a table.
PROFANITY 8 - About 35 F-words, many scatological and anatomical references
and mild obscenities. [profanity glossary]
DISCUSSION TOPICS - Marriage, college, friendship, betrayal, writing a novel.
MESSAGE - Don't betray your friends.