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Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom

Rating:R (for sexual content and language)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:October 24, 2008
Running time:101 minutes
Cast:Darryl Stephens, Gary LeRoi Gray, Tonya Pinkins, Christian Vincent, Douglas Spearman
Director:Patrik-Ian Polk
Producer:Suzanne L. Berger
Writer:John R. Gordon, Patrik-Ian Polk
Distributor:Logo Features

Web Site: http://www.noahsArcMovie.com/

Description: They're back to tie the knot--or not? Noah, Alex, Ricky, Chance and their significant others travel to Martha's Vineyard for a weekend wedding getaway. Drama ensues as, one-by-one, their relationships start to crack under the pressure of closer examination. Newly successful screenwriter Noah looks to his friends for advice as he prepares to move his relationship to a more serious level while struggling to keep his first studio movie alive. But the friends are of little help as they juggle their own issues. Elder statesmen Chance and Eddie attempt to scratch their seven-year itch, but they worry their marriages have permanently lost their spark. And playboy Ricky flaunts his barely legal college student fling in the face of his monogamous friends but hides a surprising secret that threatens to rock the house. Add to the mix Alex's crazy-making wedding prep, a closeted superstar rapper, a high-maintenance studio exec and a surprise visitor, and you've got the makings of a hilarious yet potentially disastrous weekend. Can the boys survive it--and each other?

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