A hot ensemble cast featuring Taye Diggs, Sanaa Lathan, Queen Latifah and Mos Def shines in this romantic comedy about love and laughter in the world of hip-hop. Sydney (Lathan) and Dre (Diggs) are childhood friends who share a passion for music and an unsung love for each other. But when Dre marries the wrong woman, Sydney must make her move or risk losing her soul mate forever.
**Full-Length Audio Commentary by Director Rick Famuyiwa and Film Editor Dirk Westervelt
**Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary
**Music Videos: â€śLove of My Lifeâ€ť (An Ode to Hip-Hop) by Erykah Badu Featuring Common, â€śBrown Sugarâ€ť (Extra Sweet) by Mos Def Featuring Faith Evans
Cast & Crew
It's predictable, but it jumps through the expected hoops with style and even some depth.
A lot more dimensional and complex than its sunny disposition would lead you to believe.
You don't have to know about music to appreciate the film's easygoing blend of comedy and romance.
Makes the sweet case that sincerity strikes the biggest romantic sparks.
Takes every convention of the romantic comedy genre and turns it on its ear.
The movie plays cute more than smart, but it's far from dumb -- and marks yet another baby step forward in the growing sophistication of African-American film.
The movie's attention to cultural context really does separate it from anything that came before, including the winning, but finally irrelevant, When Harry Met Sally...