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Brown SugarThe movie follows the evolving relationship between Sidney, an attractive editor-in-chief of the hip-hop magazine XXL, and Dre, an A&R for Millennium Records who support each other professionally choose other romantic partners before realizing that they're really in love with each other.
Actors of "Brown Sugar"
Characters of "Brown Sugar"
Directors of "Brown Sugar"Rick FamuyiwaBirthdate: 18 June 1973, USA
Creators of "Brown Sugar"Michael Elliot
Critic Reviews of "Brown Sugar"Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionOctober 26, 2002
It's predictable, but it jumps through the expected hoops with style and even some depth.Washington PostOctober 11, 2002
You don't have to know about music to appreciate the film's easygoing blend of comedy and romance.Toronto StarOctober 11, 2002
Makes the sweet case that sincerity strikes the biggest romantic sparks.Seattle TimesOctober 11, 2002
Lathan and Diggs make an immensely likable couple, and the supporting cast strikes all the right notes.San Francisco ChronicleOctober 11, 2002
Takes every convention of the romantic comedy genre and turns it on its ear.NewsdayOctober 11, 2002
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.TheMovieReport.comDecember 30, 2008
The spirit of the old school echoes strongly throughout the film and parallels the purity of the passions and personalities of the paramours.IGN MoviesJuly 02, 2008
Brown Sugar manages to take hip-hop's well-established history and make it digestible for audiences not necessarily tied directly into the core of that culture.Palo Alto WeeklyMay 20, 2003
Fine performances from Diggs and Lathan give life to an otherwise rehashed love story, but musician Mos Def steals the show.Katrillion.comDecember 18, 2002
All in all, Brown Sugar is a satisfying well-made romantic comedy that's both charming and well acted. It will guarantee to have you leaving the theater with a smile on your face.Film ThreatDecember 08, 2002
The plot is romantic comedy boilerplate from start to finish.Creative LoafingNovember 20, 2002
Hip-hop rarely comes alive as its own fire-breathing entity in this picture.
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