AFRICAN MOVIE REVIEWS (Ghana,Nigeria,SA,Kenya etc)
A True African Movie Addict and Critic with the greatest passion for nothing but the best African Movies. No Holds Barred Reviews where I-Tell-It-Like-It-Is(hence Ms Tilii).I believe in QUALITY movies NOT QUANTITY.(This Blog was born in 2008).
The Perfect Guy (New Movie Starring Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy & Morris Chestnut)
. Coming this September 11th 2015, is the much anticipated, romantic thriller 'The Perfect Man'. .
Starring Hollywood hearthrobs Michael Ealy, Morris Chestnut & Sanaa Lathan, the movie is a passion-charged drama about love, sex, jealousy and plain mania!
‘The Perfect Guy’ is about a woman (Lathan) in a relationship with a man that refuses to commit (Chestnut). She breaks it up and meets an IT expert (Ealy), who seems to be the perfect guy. But after a sexually-charged courtship, she sees a violent side of him and decides to dissolve the budding relationship. In a jealous rage and fueled by insane revenge, he decides to teach her a lesson.
The movie stars Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy and Morris Chestnut.
Everyone who knows me knows my everyday male crush is Michael Ealy and Female crush all day everyday, (whom i am naming future daughter after) is Sanaa Lathan, Been loving her since Love and Basketball, so to say i am excited about this movie will be an understatement. I have been wanting Sanaa and Michael to star in a movie forever, but i wanted more of a romantic movie, but this one will do, Michael you can hide underneath my bed any day any time. (ps: and no i am not excited because of the sex scenes neither, its against my religion, i will even close my eyes when those scenes come on :) :) - its true, am not lieing. )
It was directed by David M. Rosenthal and screenplay was by Tyger Williams. Story was by Alan McElroy and Tyger Williams. It was produced by Nicole Rocklin, Wendy Rhoads, Darryl Taja, Tommy Oliver while Executive Producers were Michael Eay, Sanaa Lathan, Glenn S. Gaino.
It comes complete with a steamy trailer will be in nationwide cinemas in USA on September 11 and also in the africa region including South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana in Silverbird Cinemas on same day September 11 - i am really impressed how quick USA movies are getting to africa these days, I think its even quicker than UK and rest of Europe. In the nineties living in London i remember we use to wait for year or so for black movie released in hollywood to get to us, (eg Boyz N The Hood, Love Jones, Jasons lyric, New Jack City etc) - i use to be so mad at that. But now i live here now so i dont need to worry.