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Something New (29-Jan-2006)

Director: Sanaa Hamri

Writer: Kriss Turner

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Simon Baker
Actor
30-Jul-1969   The Mentalist
Golden Brooks
Actor
1-Dec-1970   Maya Wilkes on Girlfriends
Mike Epps
Actor
18-Nov-1970   Next Friday
Donald Faison
Actor
22-Jun-1974   Dr. Christopher Turk on Scrubs
Lee Garlington
Actor
20-Jul-1953   Brenda Baxworth on Everwood
Taraji P. Henson
Actor
11-Sep-1970   The Division
Sanaa Lathan
Actor
19-Sep-1971   Love & Basketball
Wendy Raquel Robinson
Actor
25-Jul-1967   Tasha Mack on The Game
Rose Rollins
Actor
30-Apr-1978   Tasha Williams on The L Word
Henry Simmons
Actor
1-Jul-1970   NYPD Blue
Katharine Towne
Actor
17-Jul-1978   Evolution
Blair Underwood
Actor
25-Aug-1964   Malibu's Most Wanted
Alfre Woodard
Actor
8-Nov-1953   K-PAX

REVIEWS

Review by Linda K (posted on 21-Jun-2007)

This is an intelligent movie where the main characters still carry vestiges of the old black and white thing. The main female character is successful, smart and beautiful and is looking for Mr. Right Blackman. She is set up with Mr. Whiteman. She resists. He persists. She gives in. The family and friends try to break it up. Love wins in the end. The actors are gorgeous--especially Simon Baker. He has such a natural quality on film. He is so believeable. I loved this movie. I've watched it several times. It's a delight.


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