Story: If Not Now, When? introduces us to Suzanne, Patrice, Tyra and Deidre, who have been friends since meeting at the age of fourteen. Over the course of their lives fights, disagreements and love have caused friction and distance to manifest between some of them, particularly Suzanne and Patrice, who haven’t spoken in almost fifteen years. When Tyra, who is mother to fourteen year-old Jillian, suffers a crisis, all four women are drawn back together to make it through, and soon discover that they also need each other, and sisterhood, to make it through what is currently happening in their lives.
Tears, laughter and most importantly heart are at the center of this poignant drama. If Not Now, When? captures the essence of those female bonding movies that were prevalent in the 90’s, while telling a story that is stirring and will most certainly tug at your emotions. Source(s): Blackfilm.com; krazyactressproductions.com.
Release Date:5/3/19; In Theaters Genre:Drama/Thriller Rating:PG-13 Director: Deon Taylor Studio(s):Screen Gems, Hidden Empire Film Group, Primary Wave Entertainment Cast:Dennis Quaid (Charlie Peck), Michael Ealy (Scott Russell), Meagan Good (Annie Russell), Joseph Sikora (Mike)
Story: A psychological thriller about a young married couple who buy a beautiful Napa Valley house on several acres of land only to find that the man they bought it from refuses to let go of the property. Source: IMDB.
Release Date:(2018) Genre:Romance Rating: NR Director: Qasim Basir Studio(s): Datari Turner Productions, Samuel Goldwyn Films Running time:89 mins. Cast: Omari Hardwick (Cass), Meagan Good (Free), Jay Ellis, Dijon Talton (Naqeeb)
Story:On the night of the 2016 Presidential election, Cass, an L.A. club promoter, meets Frida, a beautiful and spirited Midwestern visitor dealing with a difficult breakup. She challenges him to revisit his broken dreams – while he pushes her to discover hers. Nothing will ever be the same again. Source: ABFF official site.
Release Date:April 2017; Netflix Genre: Drama Rating:TV-MA Running Time: 87 mins. Director: Jamal Hill Studio: Flavor Unit Entertainment, Netflix.
Cast: Larenz Tate (Deuces), Meagan Good (Janet Foster), Rotimi (Face), Rick Gonzalez (Papers), La La Anthony (Detective Diaz), Lance Gross (Jason), Antonique Smith (Tanya).
Story: Detective Jason Foster goes undercover to take down a crime ring that has been impenetrable by the police department for years. However, Foster finds himself drawn in by the unique persona of ringleader Stephen “Deuces” Brooks and the dual life that he leads. The mission is further complicated when Janet Foster also falls under Deuce’s spell. Source: Shadow & Act.
Release Date:1/28/17; Lifetime Genre:Comedy/Romance Rating: NR Director: Nzingha Stewart Studio(s):Silver Screen Pictures, Lifetime Television.
Cast:Meagan Good (Gabrielle Fateful), Brandon T. Jackson (Dante), Kellee Stewart (Nell), Keri Hilson (Billie), Kelly Rowland (Margot Scotts), Andra Fuller (Chris Kellman), Cat Deeley (Maureen), Black Shakespeare (Big Stunna), Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman (Freddy Mitchell), Christian Keyes (Kevin).
Story: Love By The 10th Date follows Gabby, Nell, Billie and Margot who balance their dating adventures alongside their career ambitions at an upscale digital magazine in Los Angeles, under the watchful eye of their editor. Inspired by the site’s relationship advice column to find the one, Gabby and Nell embark on their own journeys towards the elusive 10th date, the dating world’s Holy Grail when it comes to commitment. Meanwhile, Billie finds herself at a major crossroads in her marriage and Margot unsuccessfully tries to fight her growing attraction to a famously controversial reggae musician she is assigned to interview. As the ladies navigate the ups and downs of modern dating, romance, exes and friendships, they learn what they really want out of life and love. Source: Lifetime. Photo Source: That Grape Juice.
Release Date: 2015 Genre: Drama Rating: NR Runtime: 94 mins. Studio(s): Azro Media, Datari Turner Productions, Leverage Films Director: Ty Hodges
Cast: Ryan Destiny (Grace), Meagan Good (Share), Raven-Symoné (Mary), Paige Hurd (Andrea), Garcelle Beauvais (Lisa), Blair Redford (Billy), Romeo Miller (Jason), Leticia Jimenez (Evelyn), Datari Turner (Jeffery).
Story: Movie follows seventeen-year-old Grace (Ryan Destiny), who grows up in a dysfunctional home raised by her single mother (Garcelle Beauvais). Grace fights for acceptance in the world while being bullied at school by Mary (Raven Symone). Grace looks for guidance from her best friend Andrea (Paige Hurd) and becomes heavily influenced by Andrea’s older sister Share (Meagan Good). A Girl Like Grace spirals into a dark world of sex, rebellion and her idea of womanhood. Source: Official Facebook page. Photo Source: mattersofmyheart.com.
Release Date: June 20, 2014 Genre: Comedy/Romance Rating: Not Available Studio: Screen Gems (Sony) Director: Tim Story Cast: Kevin Hart (Cedric )
Romany Malco (Zeke)
Terrence Jenkins (Michael)
Michael Ealy (Dominic)
Gary Owen (Bennett)
Jerry Ferrara (Jeremy)
Regina Hall (Candace)
Meagan Good (Mya)
Taraji P. Henson (Lauren)
Gabrielle Union (Kristen)
Jenifer Lewis (Loretta)
Story: The couples are back together for a wedding in Las Vegas, but plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some various situations that threaten to derail the big event. (Synopsis taken from Movieinsider).