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Funny Valentines (14-Feb-1999)

Director: Julie Dash

Writers: Ron Stacker Thompson; Ashley Tyler; Amy Schor Ferris

From short story: Funny Valentines by J. California Cooper

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Loretta Devine
Actor
21-Aug-1949   Marla Hendricks on Boston Public
Megalyn Echikunwoke
Actor
28-May-1983   Isabelle Tyler on The 4400
CCH Pounder
Actor
25-Dec-1952   Claudette on The Shield
Alfre Woodard
Actor
8-Nov-1953   K-PAX

REVIEWS

Review by VINITA RICHARDSON (posted on 5-Jul-2007)

I thought this movie was WONDERFUL! Loretta Devine and Alfre Woodard were superb. A warm, toughing movie where both women, each in her own way dealt with issues and found their strength to overcome and grow closer to each other. BEAUTIFUL! I wish I could find this movie for my personal library, but I've had no luck in doing so. If anyone can help me with this, please email me. Thanx


Review by Loretta S. Godfrey (posted on 25-May-2007)

What a wonderful movie! I saw it on Lifetime, and stayed up way past my bedtime! I haven't enjoyed a movie so much in a long, long time. A good "feel good" movie. A story about going home, being who you are, and recognizing what is important in life. Alfre Woodard and Loretta Devine are wonderful to watch. These two amazing actresses portraying two amazing women. Beautifully done, and a joy to watch!


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