I got this movie on DVD and really enjoyed it. I think Diana Ross and Brandy both gave performances worthy of an Oscar. This is a very well-done movie if you can accept the basic premise that a famous mother would not be able to make any contact with her young daughter for 15 years. But, of course, all good fiction is based on the notion that a reader (or viewer) is in the mood to contribute a "willing suspension of disbelief." Once you cross that small hurdle, you can enjoy a wonderful movie. I gave this movie a rating of 10. It's that good.