Def Jam's How to Be a Player Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Def Jam's How to Be a Player the Movie

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Dray (Bellamy) thinks that monogamy is a wood used to build furniture. Although he has steady girlfriend Lisa (Voorhies), he also has several other ladies in waiting. He is, in fact, a player. He even teaches others to play. What he needs, however, is a screenplay. His sister Jenny (Desselle), who has been hurt in love, cracks the numerical code to his organizer, and invites all of Dray's harem to one party. The result of this booty intervention is Dray's abandonment of his promiscuous ways. The stand-up comedy roots of much of the cast translate into clunky performances, and the direction is pretty played out, too.

Distribution

USA Home Entertainment, 1 W. Forest, Englewood, NJ 07631-4004, Phone: (201)871-1000, URL: http://www.polygram-us.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 93 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Exploitation, Dream Girls, Sexploitation, Sex & Sexuality, War Between the Sexes, Urban Comedy
Screenplay
Mark Brown, Demetria Johnson
Cast
Bill Bellamy, Natalie Desselle, Mari Morrow, Jermaine "Huggy" Hopkins, A.J. (Anthony) Johnson, Max Julien, Beverly Johnson, Gilbert Gottfried, Bernie Mac, Elise Neal, Amber Smith, Lark Voorhies
Director
Lionel C. Martin
Music
Darren Floyd
Producer
Gramercy Pictures, Island Pictures, Polygram Filmed Entertainment

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