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Note to Self (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 21 June 2012 (USA)
Curtis King, a handsome and popular student athlete, may know his way around the basketball court, but his heart still needs a game plan. When he decides to keep a journal to give his life ... See full summary »

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Paula Whittaker
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Curtis Sr.
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Jay Lewis
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Mildred 'Momma' King
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Benjamin 'Soup' Gates
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Coach Gerald Woodson
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Tiffany Grace
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Doctor William Thompson
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Darren Mercer
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Jameel 'Goody' Goodloe
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Mary Dexter
Brian Mcknight Jr. ...
Kenny
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Katrina Whittaker
Mario Duane ...
Michael
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Curtis King, a handsome and popular student athlete, may know his way around the basketball court, but his heart still needs a game plan. When he decides to keep a journal to give his life a new direction, the path leads him straight to the love he needed most. Written by Anonymous

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A "Coming of Age" Film in the Vein of "Love and Basketball" meets "Good Will Hunting"

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Written by Oliver W. Ottley III
Performed by Oliver W. Ottley III as CRUMM & Courtney Tha Major Williams
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Passage into Manhood Well Done
11 November 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Single parenthood beats the odds in this movie about a 24 year old college student who in his senior year experiences a tumultuous time with his mother becoming seriously ill and the father he barely knew trying to come back into life. What makes this movie work is that it manages to maintain an upbeat swing to it due to the way his mother raised him. He is a very likable, mannerable young man who realizes that it's time for him to get serious about himself and life. As a result, he finds himself falling in love and making strides to become the man his mother desperately wants him to be.

There is enough comic relief to keep you laughing and there are moments that will make you cry.

I thought the actors did a fine job and Brian McKnight was just superb in his role.

I was pleasantly entertained and I think others will be too.


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