"...Beautifully shot....A well-mounted character study..."
Rolling Stone - 11/11/1999
"...[A] charmer of a comedy with laughs and lively debates..."
Total Film - 07/01/2000
"...Superb performances....Morris Chestnut is particularly impressive..."
New York Times - 10/22/1999
"...Genial....Its major message is an affirmation of marriage, fidelity and religious faith..."
USA Today - 10/22/1999
"...The result is easy on the eyes..."
Taye Diggs plays Harper, a writer who's about to explode into the mainstream. Leaving behind his girlfriend Robin (Sanaa Lathan), he heads to New York City to serve as best man for his friend Lance's wedding (Chestnut). Once there, he reunites with the rest of his college circle: the girlfriend-whipped Murch (Harold Perrineau, Jr.), the aimless Quentin (Howard, who runs away with every scene he's in), and the professionally motivated Jordan (Long), with whom Harper has always shared a mutual sexual attraction. As the weekend unfolds, each member of the group has their turn reading UNFINISHED BUSINESS, something that Harper doesn't want to happen--for reasons that eventually introduce themselves. A film that focuses on serious human issues, Malcolm D. Lee's directorial debut is a crowdpleasing success.