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tha8thjewel
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"Watching Love Jones again..."


  

          

None of these new black love movies, EXCEPT perhaps Jason's Lyric (and *cough* Hav Plenty), even come close to it. I mean, the camera work was bomb, the music and the whole scene it was based in were so authentic and fit so well together, the story was great and clever w/o being contrived...and Nia and Larenz had real chemistry together. If Terence Howard had played Hollywood instead of Bill Bellamy, this movie would be perfect. But yeah, it's a true classic love movie.


"Alphas are that good high...stick witcha, you can't shake that shit...like heroin. You'll always be addicted."
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Subject Author Message Date ID
Bill Bellamy was just right........
Aug 16th 2003
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RE: Bill Bellamy was just right........
Aug 16th 2003
2
When he drops that George Bernard Shaw quote
Aug 16th 2003
3
Jason's Lyric?
Aug 17th 2003
4
RE: Jason's Lyric?
Aug 18th 2003
12
Dunno...
Aug 18th 2003
17
      Being from Houston...
Aug 18th 2003
23
           Lisa Nicole Carson ...
Sep 01st 2003
42
RE: love jones aint got shit on
Aug 18th 2003
5
bullshit.
Aug 18th 2003
6
love and basketball was better than
Aug 18th 2003
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      you're not giving any reasons!
Aug 18th 2003
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      RE: calm down
Aug 18th 2003
10
           i'm calm
Aug 18th 2003
14
                RE: i'm calm
Aug 18th 2003
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                     RE: i'm calm
Aug 18th 2003
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      personally
Aug 18th 2003
13
best man can't hold love jones' jock
Aug 31st 2003
39
RE: Watching Love Jones again...
Aug 18th 2003
9
that's one of my all-time favs.
Aug 18th 2003
11
It gets knocked so hard for what reason?
Aug 18th 2003
15
co sign
Aug 18th 2003
25
It really captures Chicago...
Aug 18th 2003
16
HOLD UP!!!!!!!!!
Aug 18th 2003
22
love jones=bitch movie
Aug 18th 2003
20
besides the ass-getting potential...
Aug 18th 2003
21
*cues the violins*
Aug 19th 2003
32
that movie exists for other reasons?
Aug 18th 2003
27
RE: LOL
Aug 19th 2003
29
      yes!
Aug 19th 2003
31
i love this movie
Aug 18th 2003
24
RE: Watching Love Jones again...
Aug 18th 2003
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RE: Watching Love Jones again...
Aug 26th 2003
35
Lisa Nicole Carson was hot in "Eve's Bayou"
Aug 18th 2003
28
The conversations
Aug 19th 2003
30
RE: The conversations
Aug 19th 2003
33
      I agree
Aug 26th 2003
36
RE: Watching Love Jones again...
Aug 26th 2003
34
WTF happened to ........?!!??!
Aug 31st 2003
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RE: WTF happened to ........?!!??!
Aug 31st 2003
40
co/sign
Aug 31st 2003
38
hav plenty is quite excellent
Aug 31st 2003
41
great movie
Sep 04th 2003
43

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1. "Bill Bellamy was just right........"
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The character wasn't shit, so why invest in an actor worth something more? Being from The Chi, I could have used a little bit more scenes at the Steppers's Set....

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2. "RE: Bill Bellamy was just right........"
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You're probably right. And I forgot that Stepper's Set was even in the movie.I saw the husky babe in the leather coochie cutters and halter top and said, yup, this shit authentic.


"Alphas are that good high...stick witcha, you can't shake that shit...like heroin. You'll always be addicted."
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3. "When he drops that George Bernard Shaw quote"
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An artist lives his life in search of the definitive work the likes of which shall never be surpassed.


-Thats the shit right there

  

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4. "Jason's Lyric?"
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Movie was garbage.

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12. "RE: Jason's Lyric?"
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pretty much...

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17. "Dunno..."
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...my boy Sly from the Cosby Show did pretty well in this one, as did Jada and Bokeem Woodbine. This to me was a good spin on the ghetto movies that predominated in the early 90's, and overall I liked the story and how the camera captured the haze that lies over Houston in the summer. Plus you can't beat it for bucknaked love scenes w/o renting a porno.


"Alphas are that good high...stick witcha, you can't shake that shit...like heroin. You'll always be addicted."
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23. "Being from Houston..."
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...I hated the way Allen Payne decided to work his accent. The deal killer was the "I ain't neva seen the sunset befo'" scene.

Yeah the butt nakedness was sweet, and Lisa Nicole Carson's cleavage was beautiful as usual, but the other than me recognizing some hood spots (and one extra I knew) the movie sucked bigtime.

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42. "Lisa Nicole Carson ..."
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hmmmmmm.
Yum.

LOVE

  

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5. "RE: love jones aint got shit on"
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the best man..
the only good thing about love jones was the soundtrack and nia long.

  

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6. "bullshit."
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"best man" was aiight, but the story was stupid. women only liked it for the return of morris chestnut as a sexy black man, and dudes only liked it because women liked it. the dialogue was wack, it wasn't shot half as well as "love jones", and didn't that shit star taye diggs? any movie loses points for having taye diggs as a star (except that one where he was a hitman).

you can't put any of those cookie cutter wood/best man flicks in the category with love jones except love & basketball.


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GROOVEPHI
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7. "love and basketball was better than"
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love jones anyday..

  

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8. "you're not giving any reasons!"
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i mean, your opinion is your opinion, but what's it based on? sanaa and omar had great on-screen chemistry, and e'rybody loves a happy ending, but here's where "love jones" tops the others: its ending is some romantic movie shit, not some omar tyree/terry mcmillan tie-up-every-loose-end happy-ending shit. it's a real fucking movie w/o weird plot twists or contrived plot lines (a la "let's play....for your heart" or "OOOH! if he finds out what this book is REALLY about!"). and before you say "hav plenty" was contrived: no, the book/movie thing was clever.


"Alphas are that good high...stick witcha, you can't shake that shit...like heroin. You'll always be addicted."
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10. "RE: calm down"
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im a grown ass man, i dont have to give reason for shit. if i dont like it i dont like it that dont mean that im hating..i got reason but why waste time posting them on here, when at the end of the day im gonna think love and basketball is better than love jones, and you'll think the opposite.

  

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14. "i'm calm"
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Mon Aug-18-03 07:32 AM

  

          

and i know you don't HAVE to give a reason, but i would like to know your side of why you think love and basketball is better than love jones...when it's clearly not.

oh...and you belong to a fake frat. LOL.



"Alphas are that good high...stick witcha, you can't shake that shit...like heroin. You'll always be addicted."
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GROOVEPHI
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18. "RE: i'm calm"
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>and i know you don't HAVE to give a reason, but i would like
>to know your side of why you think love and basketball is
>better than love jones...when it's clearly not.

LMAO

>oh...and you belong to a fake frat. LOL.

LMAO..grow up..better yet, get your posts up not your hate up..u still 106 and park with the flow.

  

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19. "RE: i'm calm"
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>>oh...and you belong to a fake frat. LOL.
>
>LMAO..grow up..better yet, get your posts up not your hate
>up..u still 106 and park with the flow.

Aah to be 19 again, when you could pick a fight sayin silly shit like that.

Anyway, seriously -- why do you think Love and Basketball is better?


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13. "personally"
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i think that love jones was far superior to love and basketball... LJ was more realistic.....the story flowed better, L&B the timing was kinda crazy, it covered too many years... and too many wierd situations.. plus the breakup scene in L&B was wack...

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39. "best man can't hold love jones' jock"
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I *hated* the Best Man. Contrived, cliched and boring. I didn't care about the characters--hell, I was rooting for the Terrance Jones(that is his last name, right?) character. He was wicked...and a damn sight funnier than the rest of those cardboard negroes.

love jones...man. Classic shit right there. The camerawork alone was fantastic...very blue, which added to the overall mood. I think my favorite person in the movie was Nia Long's best friend. Lisa Nicole Carson nailed her role (granted, she didn't have that many scenes...but she was still fabulous). I think I saw it twice in the theater and have it on VHS.

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9. "RE: Watching Love Jones again..."
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i personally loved the movie.

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11. "that's one of my all-time favs."
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15. "It gets knocked so hard for what reason?"
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The name? The poetry? Not sure. I'm a young writer, who loves music and lives in the city so it's easy to see why I would like the thing but I'm also a harsh film critic and goddamnit I think it's dope! Inspiring even.

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25. "co sign"
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i feel the same way as u do about this movie. the shit is damn near inspirational.


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16. "It really captures Chicago..."
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...in a way you don't see too often. More importantly, the south side.

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22. "HOLD UP!!!!!!!!!"
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They ain't even step foot/ride past/mention Harold's Chicken/Kurt's BBQ/Moo n Oink/etc......

South Side?

Chicago "in general"......

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20. "love jones=bitch movie"
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like if u wanna get some ass from a sista 23-29, show your sensitive side and tell her how much u love love jones. talk about your favorite scenes even. bump the sountrack and watch the dvd together.

dont act like you dont go the length to get the ass sometimes...

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21. "besides the ass-getting potential..."
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...it's also empirically a good movie. Funny and touching, well-shot, and well-written. A good movie. And you shouldn't use that soundtrack for anything but some serious boning -- using it for a mere booty call is wrong.



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32. "*cues the violins*"
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>...it's also empirically a good movie. Funny and touching,
>well-shot, and well-written. A good movie.

yadda yadda...nia long and larenz tate smoked like a couple of chimneys the entire film. they glamorized and made the poetry scene in chicago look ultra sexy when it isnt, it's boho'd the fuck out. it's also predictable movie formula. boy meets girl, boy courts girl, boy gets girl, boy gets tired of girl, boy loses girl, boy realizes he fucked up, boy gets girl back...IN THE RAIN NO LESS

And you
>shouldn't use that soundtrack for anything but some serious
>boning -- using it for a mere booty call is wrong.

booty call=serious boning

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27. "that movie exists for other reasons?"
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29. "RE: LOL"
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that is so REAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I done did the Love Jones thing fo' some ass on multiple occasions..

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31. "yes!"
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>that is so REAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I done did the Love
>Jones thing fo' some ass on multiple occasions..

it's good to see that we're truly not alone in this small world...

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24. "i love this movie"
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one winter my girlfriend and i watched it almost every weekend


nuff said

  

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26. "RE: Watching Love Jones again..."
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the thing about love jones is that it captured so many aspects of black culture..from friends, to homegirls, to jazz, to neo sou, steppin, chitown culture, poetry, writng, clubs, open mics, sex, relationships, true love, marriage, parties, just everything that positive blacks be on. it really let people know the real meaning of being black...everything was realistic and the characters i felt like I knew...especially Shiela, the mutual homegirl, I really could relate to all of the support roles...damn good movie

You wanna know why, yo first of all, yo first of all you can't be askin me no question knowhatI'msayin who the fuck is you? YouknowhatI'msayin? You can't be askin me no questions. I'ma tell you why I'm mad, youknowhatI'msayin? I'ma tell you why I'm mad.

  

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35. "RE: Watching Love Jones again..."
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OOPS... I directed this response to the worng person....here it goes in response to Mally's comment

That was a great analysis of the movie Love Jones. I couldn't have put it better myself. I think that LJ is in a different class than the rest of those movies. It also starred two of my favorite actors Larenz Tate and Nia Long. That movie will always be a classic.. no question about it

I love that "conversate is not a word" I thought I was the only one who was bothered by the usage of that word..LOL

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28. "Lisa Nicole Carson was hot in "Eve's Bayou""
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oh, to comment on Love Jones, Isaiah Washington was my boy in dat movie.

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30. "The conversations"
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And dialogue between the characters was excellent.
With Larenz and Isaiah over the pool table.
Lisa and Nia in the cab. The table discussions were classic too.
Very real emotion, plus like someone else said, it combines so many facets of black culture, music, poetry, dancing, art (photography). It was and will always be very inspiring to me as a creative individual.

  

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33. "RE: The conversations"
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yep, if ur creative then it is incredibly inspiring.


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36. "I agree"
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On the creative part. This is like the ultimate movie for any aspiring artist (be it visual/written/music), you can fully relate to it. And this was a portion of black audiences that wasn't being served when it came to movies. It was a breath of fresh air that so many people desired, and they received.

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34. "RE: Watching Love Jones again..."
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That was a great analysis of the movie Love Jones. I couldn't have put it better myself. I think that LJ is in a different class than the rest of those movies. It also starred two of my favorite actors Larenz Tate and Nia Long. That movie will always be a classic.. no question about it

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37. "WTF happened to ........?!!??!"
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Theodore Witcher (writer/director). Has he done anything else since. Is he working on anything now? WTF is up w/him???????

"Though, i know to grow a nigga gotta learn to let go"
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"So when i stumble off the path/ i know my heart will guide me back"
e. badu

  

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Saadiq
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40. "RE: WTF happened to ........?!!??!"
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check him up on www.imdb.com i get a sneaking suspicion he hardly did anything to follow up love jones.

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SammyJankis
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38. "co/sign"
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every black person needs this in their collection. love jones is the quintessential black love movie.

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And who are you; the proud lord said, that I must bow so low?

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GumDrops
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41. "hav plenty is quite excellent"
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except for the corny ending. other than that, it was clever, funny, romantic etc etc etc - all the things these films shoudl have.

  

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johnbook
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43. "great movie"
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It got me into writing again. I was always into spoken word. I haven't written like that since, but hey.

p.e.a.c.e.
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SHAPES ONE comp on , featuring Crut's "eBay Trauma Center", released September 1, 2003.

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