All Between Us (2018)

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Clara and Ray are newly engaged. As they gather family and friends together for a dinner party to make an announcement, what begins as a celebratory evening turns into disaster as secrets ... See full summary »


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  • Brian Hooks, Denyce Lawton, Christian Levatino, and Tiffany Haddish in All Between Us (2018)
  • Carl Gilliard, Brian Hooks, Isley Nicole Melton, Denyce Lawton, Jay Phillips, Tiffany Haddish, and Tabitha Brown in All Between Us (2018)

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13 May 2019 | dianaderesendes
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The movie starts off with a bar scene with a woman drinking water. Guy approaches her, trying to crack a joke but she shuts him down cold. Spoiler alert: This is the best part of the movie. Soon they are laughing, and you fast forward to their gorgoeous loft, where they are «preparing» for the dinner party. Ray spends a lot of time fluffing up pillows and trying to make everyrhing perfect for his first encounter with the in-laws (feel free to fast-forward here). Ironically, the loft is already perfect with food conviently «cooking» on the stove, awaiting the guests, in a spotless kitchen. Clara awaits her best friend, Mishawn, to come «help out», yet all she does is prepare the lettuce for a salad. The movie is unrealistic from the minute it begins. The acting is bad and only gets worse with the boring and reduntant storyline including characters that are trying too hard. This movie is beyond flawed.

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