Title: Love and Basketball
Director: Gina Prince-Bythewood
Writer: Gina Prince-Bythewood
Cast: Alfred Woodard, Naykia Harris, Harry Lennix, Debbi Morgan, Dennis Haysbert, Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps Running Time: 124 Minutes
As the title of the film clearly shows that there has been a lot of emotion put into this film and at first I thought that it would be your typical romance film, boring, bland and dull fortunately to my surprise I was completely wrong. It about two young people a boy and a girl growing up, who aspire to pursue their careers not knowing that, there are many difficulties ahead to stop them from getting there. The advertising of this film was intense Love & Basketball was released in North America on April 21, 2000 to 1,237 cinemas. It made £2,001,515.20 on its first day and ending its North American weekend with £5,129,311.24 which was the second-highest incoming movie of the April 21–23, 2000 weekend. In total Love & Basketball made a massive income of £17,305,049.37 in the United States, and soon became the ninth all-time basketball film and thirty-seventh all-time sports drama. The film made a total income of £17,474,259.96 worldwide; also £169,237.44 (1%) of the proceeding came from outside of the United States. After it came out in the cinema due to such popularity it soon came out on DVD where people were able to buy their own copy of the film to show other members of family and friends. This film has a few genres which are: drama, romance and sport. It has a powerful message which is that if you want to get far in your desired career that you have to work hard for it and that it doesn’t come easy. And that the road to success may seem long and hard but when you get to the top, you will see that in the end it was worth all the hardship. A summary of the plot is that it starts off in 1981 in L.A., Monica moves in next door to Quincy. They're 11, and both want to play in the...