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Just Wright
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Year: 2010
Audio
English: 5.1 Dolby Digital / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
Subtitles:
English / Subtitled
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Just Wright
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Year: 2010
Audio
English: 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio / Spanish & French: 5.1 Dolby Digital
Subtitles:
English / Subtitled

Synopsis

Queen Latifah and Common deliver slam-dunk entertainment in this charming story of hoops, hope, and the game of love. Leslie Wright (Latifah) is a straight-shooting physical therapist who gets the gig of a lifetime working with injured NBA star Scott McKnight (Common). Leslie not only whips Scott into shape, she helps take his game to the next level and all is going well... until Leslie finds herself falling for him. Oblivious to her growing affection, Scott only has eyes for Morgan (Paula Patton), Leslie’s sexy and seductive friend. With everything on the line, Leslie must take her best shot and find out if she and Scott are just right for each other.

Disc Information

**The One You Can't Live Without
**Common on the Fast Break
**Gag Reel
**Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Common ... Scott McKnight
Queen Latifah ... Leslie Wright
Paula Patton ... Morgan
Phylicia Rashad ... Ella McKnight
Pam Grier ... Janice Wright
James Pickens Jr. ... Lloyd Wright
Laz Alonso ... Mark Matthews

Reviews

A.O. Scott At the Movies | May 17, 2010

I like this movie a lot.

Jennie Punter Globe and Mail | May 14, 2010

Technically speaking, this is a romantic sports comedy. We don't get many films in which these elements work well as a team.

Stephen Holden New York Times | May 14, 2010

Intersperses the suds with zippy basketball sequences that feature NBA pros, and a hip-hop soundtrack that steers the film to a mild, steady beat.

Mary F. Pols MSN Movies | May 14, 2010

Just Wright is an easy enough way to pass an afternoon, and it is refreshing to see a plus-sized woman on screen that isn't, for one second, fretting about her weight.

Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post | May 14, 2010

Latifah and Common create something that's all too rare in contemporary romantic comedies, and that's the sense that their characters actually, you know, like each other.

Lou Lumenick New York Post | May 14, 2010

A very rare contemporary romantic comedy that doesn't succumb to terminal stupidity.

Connie Ogle Miami Herald | May 13, 2010

Spare me another movie in which a gorgeous size-2 actress spends two hours complaining she can't snare a man. That Latifah is beautiful but accessible makes her all the more likable.

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