"Exit Strategy" The Indie "Un-Romantic Comedy" Opens In NJ & PA Cities February 10th (Details)

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by Tambay A. Obenson
January 26, 2012 10:31 AM
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A film Sergio profiled about a month ago will make its official theatrical debut on February 10th, in Cherry Hill, NJ and Philadelphia, PA theaters, for our readers in those 2 cities.

Described as an "un-romantic comedy" written by and starring Jameel Saleem, directed by Michael Whitton, and featuring an appearance by Kevin Hart, Exit Strategy opens Friday, February 10, 2012 at AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24 and Franklin Mills Mall 14 in Philadelphia.

Here's a recap...

James (SALEEM) gets evicted from his apartment and moves in with his girlfriend of three months Kim (WEATHERS) and quickly discovers she’s everything he never wanted in a woman. He enlists best friends Carville (HARRIS), Leona (NOELLE BALFOUR) and strangers BIG BOY and KEVIN HART to find a relationship exit strategy, but for Kim, breaking up just isn’t an option.

Audiences in other cities who are interested in seeing the film should demand it by clicking HERE.

But folks in Philly and Cherry Hill will get first dibs; and if the film does well in those 2 opening cities, the likelihood that it'll expand to other cities increases.

Watch the trailer again below:

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5 Comments

  • eric | January 26, 2012 10:06 PMReply

    damn, y'all are some miserable women!!! it'll do well w/out you guys seeing it so you can y'all stay whack a55es home and have your pity party! lolol...

  • Nadine | January 26, 2012 1:27 PMReply

    ...oh... it will do fine... and not for the right reasons (if you didn't get that from my tone). It is what it is...

  • Nadine | January 26, 2012 3:53 PM

    ...on point, B. It's tiresome...

  • B | January 26, 2012 3:44 PM

    Oh, I get your tone, Nadine, and I second it. A black man trying desperately to get rid of a black woman (an unambiguous/monoracial black woman at that) will definitely do well. I'd be surprised if it doesn't do well. I won't be demanding it in my city though. I've had enough of us (black women and especially we unambiguous/monoracial black women) being disregarded in films/tv, and then abused every time we (unambiguous/monoracial black women) happen to get a lead role. Besides, the acting looks pretty flat, imo. Pass.

  • ok | January 26, 2012 11:29 AMReply

    hope it does well and expands to other markets because i really want to see this and support it in the theater and not wait till it comes out on dvd or something!!!

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