Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom

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"They're back to tie the knot... or not?"
  • R
  • 2008
  • 1 hr 41 min
  • 6.7  (898)

Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom is a 2008 romantic comedy-drama film directed by Patrik-Ian Polk. The movie is a continuation of the popular television series by the same name, which aired on Logo TV from 2005 to 2006. The movie follows the journey of four best friends as they travel to Martha's Vineyard for the wedding of Noah, the main character.

The film stars Darryl Stephens as Noah, a successful screenwriter who is engaged to his partner, Wade (Jensen Atwood). Wade and Noah's relationship is tested when Wade's ex-boyfriend, Ricky (Christian Vincent), shows up to attend the wedding. Throughout the film, Noah struggles with prioritizing his career over his relationship with Wade.

Noah's group of friends also accompany him on this trip. Alex (Rodney Chester) is a successful real estate agent, who is in a long-distance relationship with his lover, Trey (Gregory Kieth). Chance (Doug Spearman) is a successful doctor, who is in a relationship with Eddie (Dante Basco), a college student. Lastly, there is Ricky (Christian Vincent), the charming ex-boyfriend of Wade.

The story picks up when the four friends arrive on Martha's Vineyard, a picturesque island that becomes the backdrop for the wedding festivities. As they settle in and start to prepare for the wedding, the group of friends realizes that Martha's Vineyard is not as welcoming as they thought it would be. They are initially met with discrimination from the locals and are forced to confront their assumptions and prejudices.

As the wedding day approaches, drama and tension build between the characters, particularly between Noah and Wade, whose relationship is put to the test. Noah is torn between his ambition and his love for Wade, which propels the story's central conflict. Meanwhile, Alex and Trey's relationship is also tested when they face financial difficulties.

Overall, Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom is a fun, heartwarming film that explores themes of self-discovery, sexuality, and relationships. The movie also explores issues of race and discrimination within the LGBTQ+ community, making it a particularly poignant film for its time. The film features strong performances by the talented cast, whose chemistry is evident throughout the film. Fans of the original television series will love this continuation, which expertly blends drama and comedy with its memorable characters. It is a must-watch for anyone looking for an entertaining and heartfelt LGBTQ+ film.

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    1 hr 41 min
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    6.7  (898)