The Best Man

The Best Man

Movie: The Best Man
Director: Malcolm D. Lee
Produced by: 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Lovestruck Pictures, Mule Filmworks
Released By: Universal
MPAA Rating: R

In this romantic comedy, a writer finds out the hard way about the consequences of walking a fine line between fiction and real life. Harper is an author whose first novel is soon to be published, just as he’s been asked to be Best Man at the wedding of his friends Lance and Mia. Harper is suffering a worse case of publication-day jitters than most authors, and with good reason: much of his book has been drawn from real life, and he’s afraid that his friends and family will spot the sometimes unflattering literary versions of themselves. What’s worse, Mia and Harper had a fling years ago, and their affair made it into the book, Lance doesn’t know, and Harper would just as soon he didn’t find out before the wedding. But one of the bridesmaids, Jordan, has gotten hold of an advance copy of the book. Since Jordan works as a television journalist and devotes her life to digging up dirt on people, Harper is convinced that she’ll spill the beans and spoil his friends’ big day. The Best Man was the debut film for writer/director Malcolm D. Lee, Spike Lee served as producer.

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