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Loving Jezebel

Loving Jezebel ★★ 1999 (R)

If anything, writer/director Kwyn Bader's “Loving Jezebel” proves that Hill Harper (“The Skulls,” “In Too Deep,” etc.) is a terrific talent. The problem is, even at a mere 88 minutes, Bader's film seems long and even Harper can't act his way out of a weak and contrived script. The gist of the story is that he, Hill Harper, has a track record for falling in love with his friends' and other men's girlfriends—the theme of many a sit-com—with consistently bad results. Of course you have to give Harper credit for one thing, he has excellent taste in women as all of his “girlfriends” are “eyecandy” super models. 88m/C DVD . Hill Harper, Laurel Holloman, Nicole Ari Parker, Sandrine Holt, David Moscow, Elisa Donovan, Phylicia Rashad; D: Kwyn Bader; W: Kwyn Bader; C: Horacio Marquinez; M: Tony Prendatt.

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