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A shy, troubled young man who set his own house on fire and has an imaginary friend, is sent to a vineyard where he finds himself in the middle of his political-arguing, party-loving family and his love torn between two girls.
The story of a young man, Jason (Allen Payne) who must confront his trauma-induced insecurity about love, as well as a sense of owed responsibility to his mother and troubled brother Joshua (Bokeem Woodbine). Jason, an assistant manager and sales clerk at an electronics store, falls in love with Lyric (Jada Pinkett Smith) and finds happiness, but his family history and mentally ill war veteran father, Maddog (Forest Whitaker) plague his life's plans before he can leave it all for a better life.Written by
During the bank robbery scene, the bank parking lot is located off Allen Parkway at the entrance to Eleanor Tinsley Park. In real life, no buildings are located in this particular location. See more »
With his right hand, Jason retrieves the flowers he bought for Lyric from the truck and hides them behind his back. When he hands them to her, he pulls them from under his left arm. See more »
[after Josh assembles a massive feast, Gloria begins to throw it all away]
Mama, what are you doing? What are you doing? Ma, I made this for you! Stop it, now! I just bought that shit!
[Continuing to throw everything away]
See, how you know I didn't get it the honest way? Huh? How you know that?
Every time you come out, I pray it'll be different, but it's always the same! Always the same.
[Grabs the main course]
[Grabs it from her]
Not the roast, Mama. I spent $25 on that. What are you ...
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US unrated video release is billed as "Special, sexy unrated version" and features 1 minute of additional sex footage not present in the original theatrical version. See more »
Boy meets girl. There are a mountain of movies that attempt to tell a love story and disappoint and fall flat. JASON'S LYRIC is... unforgettable -- a love movie to enjoy many times.
The greatest strength to this love story is the same as the key strength in the world-wide hit LONG VACATION tv series exported from Japan: as the story unfolds the viewer deeply and personally cares about the boy and the girl. The characters become real and we feel as they feel. Intense. Unforgettable.
Highly recommended, but keep in mind that there is grit, drugs and depictions of violence in this movie.
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