Note to Self

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  • NR
  • 2012
  • 1 hr 40 min
  • 6.3  (427)

Note to Self is a 2012 comedy, drama, romance film directed by Trey Haley. Curtis King played by Christian Keyes is a senior in college and a star basketball athlete. His father, Curtis King senior, played by Richard T. Jones, left when Curtis was young. His mother, Mildred King, played by Valarie Pettiford, is hospitalized with a heart condition. Curtis is very close to his mother who gives him a great deal of support. Curtis is a basketball player, in a fraternity, in his last year of college and interning with Dr. Thompson, played by Brian McNight. As busy as he is, he always has time to visit his mother in the hospital. He starts noticing a beautiful nurse at the hospital, and wants to get to know her better, but she gives him a hard time, playing hard to get. While visiting his mother, his father shows up at the hospital. Curtis informs the staff that he is not allowed to visit his mother because his dad is an ex-husband that left his wife and a dead beat dad. While interning with Dr. Thompson, Curtis decides to confide in him about his mother and father. Dr. Thompson suggests he start a journal to put his thoughts together. Curtis told Dr. Thompson that he was afraid of being like his dad, and therefore didn't want to be around him. He also told him the last two times he was around him he was under the influence. Dr. Thompson explained that the reason he might be under the influence, is because of guilt, and it might help to know why he left and what he was going through at the time. Curtis said he was afraid he would get to know him and then leave again. After learning that his mother passed away, he then realizes that he must regain a relationship with his dad, and try to open himself up for romance to really be true to himself.

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Note to Self is a 2012 comedy, drama, romance film directed by Trey Haley. Curtis King played by Christian Keyes is a senior in college and a star basketball athlete. His father, Curtis King senior, played by Richard T. Jones, left when Curtis was young. His mother, Mildred King, played by Valarie Pettiford, is hospitalized with a heart condition. Curtis is very close to his mother who gives him a great deal of support.

Curtis is a basketball player, in a fraternity, in his last year of college and interning with Dr. Thompson, played by Brian McNight. As busy as he is, he always has time to visit his mother in the hospital. He starts noticing a beautiful nurse at the hospital, and wants to get to know her better, but she gives him a hard time, playing hard to get. While visiting his mother, his father shows up at the hospital. Curtis informs the staff that he is not allowed to visit his mother because his dad is an ex-husband that left his wife and a dead beat dad.

While interning with Dr. Thompson, Curtis decides to confide in him about his mother and father. Dr. Thompson suggests he start a journal to put his thoughts together. Curtis told Dr. Thompson that he was afraid of being like his dad, and therefore didn't want to be around him. He also told him the last two times he was around him he was under the influence. Dr. Thompson explained that the reason he might be under the influence, is because of guilt, and it might help to know why he left and what he was going through at the time. Curtis said he was afraid he would get to know him and then leave again.

After learning that his mother passed away, he then realizes that he must regain a relationship with his dad, and try to open himself up for romance to really be true to himself.

Note to Self is a 2012 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 40 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.3.

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  • Release Date
    2012
  • MPAA Rating
    NR
  • Runtime
    1 hr 40 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    6.3  (427)