|Universal Pictures | Release Date: October 22, 1999||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
A chick movie for guys that zings and pings like a game of supersonic pinball.
Contains more than a handful of big laughs and a highly charismatic cast that knows how to put them over.
The performances by the attractive ensemble cast are uniformly solid.
Say 'I do' to Best Man.
Funny, sentimental, cheerfully bawdy story of a wedding reunion that stirs up a hornet's nest of old loves, lusts and jealousies.
Charmer of a comedy.
They're all too old to be considered a black brat pack, but you get a feeling The Best Man will lead to even better.
Oversimplifies the concept of unrequited love, and over-romanticizes the notion of everlasting love.
Has added virtually nothing to two cinema genres with their own prodigious histories: ensemble and black.
Lee's attempt at making a romantic comedy that black audiences can enjoy without having to reimagine themselves as Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.
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