Director Matrex Kilgore keeps up a rapid pace to the show, assisted by a utilitarian scenic and lighting schema by Gary Thornsberry and Sydney Rhiannon Smith, respectively, along with video projections deed by Lowell Bartholomee.
Nothing really good to say about the movie at all except to say that if they decide to remake it, spend sometime with the actors on their acting skills. Maybe I have just seen too many movies lately.
As such, Single Black Female remains breezy and fun for most of the text, exploring issues of love, friendship, family, sex, and even gynecology from a witty, sarcastic, tongue-in-cheek perspective. Of those creative works, her most famous is probably Single Black Female, which has been produced all across the United States and Canada, with a published script coming out from Samuel French in See this movie at your peril! Was this review helpful to you?
The ending of the film is quite incredibly bad. A very poor 'take' on the highly rated Single White Female of a few years ago.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Rather than focusing entirely on the pain of that struggle, though, Thompson allows the play to embrace the restorative power of female friendship, creating a hopeful and riotously funny vision of black womanhood that is, indeed, singular.
Bookmark the permalink. Didn't get all those people keep coming to the house door and why the room-mate had to answer the door.
None in this movie is believable.