There was some relatively good acting, but overall it's just a little X-mas movie that should be watched during X-mas time because it has some really silly laughs. Lonely mom with three kids finds a perfect guy who has to work through various obstacles to find his way to true love, dah-da dah-da.I gave it a half-star bonus for the fact that the movie does work with the actors, but deducted a half-star for Queen Latifah and Terrance Howard's redundant roles in it.Jackson struggles with commitment issues and often has nightmares of being shot by a bride.Quincy Watson (Jamie Foxx) is unceremoniously dumped by his fiancée Helen during their engagement party.
Recognizing the daughter's love for her mother and sensing something truly special in Nancy, Benjamin cheerfully obliges the young girl, setting into motion a series of events that promise to make this the most memorable holiday in quite some time.
' You know how to tell if a man really loves you? ' When the two of you are snuggled up together on the couch, watching a movie and he offers you the very last bite of his food. Even the dick and pussy jokes seemed to amuse them. Brothers is not funny enough to be a decent comedy.
That's true love.' The formula here is tried and true; Shemar and Morris are the handsome lead characters and Bill Bellamy and D. The storyline with the Dad and son having both dated the same woman, could have lead to some funny possibilities, but does not.
Bill Bellamy is a lawyer who sleeps with every woman he can including a Judge who ends up throwing him in jail for contempt. This movie plays fast, at no time did I lose interest.
Though both Tatyana Ali from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Marla Gibbs have small roles, it is Jennifer Lewis who steals the movie as the wise voluptuous older woman. It is interesting to note that at the theater where I saw this movie there were three elderly white couples who seemed to be thoroughly enjoying themselves throughout.