Noah's Arc: Jumping the BroomDirector: Patrik-Ian Polk
The popular Logo series about the lives and loves of four gay African-American men gets the feature-film treatment with this road movie that finds longtime friends Noah, Alex, Ricky, and Chance traveling to Martha's Vineyard with their significant others for a weekend wedding retreat. Aspiring Los Angeles screenwriter Noah (Darryl Stephens… See more details below
The popular Logo series about the lives and loves of four gay African-American men gets the feature-film treatment with this road movie that finds longtime friends Noah, Alex, Ricky, and Chance traveling to Martha's Vineyard with their significant others for a weekend wedding retreat. Aspiring Los Angeles screenwriter Noah (Darryl Stephens) and his partner, Wade (Jensen Atwood), are about to be married in an intimate Martha's Vineyard ceremony, and to celebrate in style Noah has invited Alex (Rodney Chester), Ricky (Christian Vincent), and Chance (Douglas Spearman) to join the couple on a cross-country road trip from California to Massachusetts. However, the trip is far from the relaxing getaway that Noah had hoped for, because along the way secrets are revealed, hearts are bruised, and friendships are put to the ultimate test. Not only are Chance and Eddie beginning to feel the urge to scratch their seven-year itch, but playboy Ricky has a secret that's sure to rock everyone's world, and the appearance of a surprise visitor quickly threatens to overshadow the main event. Add a closeted rapper and a high-maintenance studio executive into the mix, and you've got the recipe for an endearing romantic comedy that's as poignant as it is hilarious.
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Cast & Crew
|Gary Leroi Gray||Brandon|
|Patrik-Ian Polk||Director,Musical Direction/Supervision,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter|
|Phillip J. Bartell||Editor|
|Q. Allan Brocka||Original Story|
|Barry Cole||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Bill Fleming||Production Designer|
|Adam Goldman||Score Composer|
|John R. Gordon||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Noreen Halpern||Executive Producer|
|Julian Wass||Score Composer|
|Dave Mace||Executive Producer|
|John Morayniss||Executive Producer|
|Pamela Post||Executive Producer|
|Kate Rose||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Carol Ann Shine||Producer|
1. Chapter 1 [6:51]
2. Chapter 2 [7:18]
3. Chapter 3 [6:40]
4. Chapter 4 [6:15]
5. Chapter 5 [7:25]
6. Chapter 6 [6:02]
7. Chapter 7 [5:00]
8. Chapter 8 [5:49]
9. Chapter 9 [6:22]
10. Chapter 10 [10:52]
11. Chapter 11 [6:04]
12. Chapter 12 [6:10]
13. Chapter 13 [5:18]
14. Chapter 14 [4:38]
15. Chapter 15 [7:23]
16. Chapter 16 [2:56]
The Making Of Noah's Arc: Jumping The Broom
Noah's Wedding Video
Cast Photo Shoot
The Morning After
Holla Atcha Baby Mama
Getting Tipsy Around The Fire
Daddy Alex Is A Damn Fool
That Trick Is Salivating Over My Husband
I'm The Boyfriend From Hell
Baby Gat's Got The Bling
Getting Hitched Doesn't Fix Anything
I Done Fixed All This Damn Food!
Just Thinking In Bed?
Man, That's The Liquor Talking
New Menu Item
What's The T$!
A Message From Downelink.com
An Important Message From The Cast of Noah's Arc
Newnownext Off The Records - Pick Up The Mic
"Rupaul's Drag Race" On Logo
"The Big Gay Sketch Show" On DVD
"Rick & Steve" On DVD
The Boy's Of "Shirts and Skins"
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Iactually went and saw this movie in theather when it came out.. I told my partner when it comes out we have to get this movie.. it was AWESOME.. so funny I missed my guys since they took them off LOGO so this movie was needed gave me my fix.. well done..
As a fan of the TV show which was so rudely cancelled after two seasons, this movie is a great companion to those seasons. The film picks up right where the series left off with the impending wedding of lead character Noah and his handsome boyfriend Wade. All of the principle characters from the series return, along with one or two others who may or may not mesh well withthe crew. All in all, this was a very well put together film. It was nice to see the gay African-American male version of Sex and The City together again.
Love the TV show, love the movie. I was wondering how they were going to turn a simple "getting married" plot into a whole movie, but they did and the twists and turns are fun.
I had planned to order this movie thru iTunes, but the day it was released it wasn't in the iTunes store! I was freaking out because I was having a release party that Saturday for the viewing of the movie. All the other sites were out and wouldn't receive another shipment until 2 to 3 weeks later! But the skies opened and Barnes and Noble had them and could get it to me within 2 days!!!!!! Indeed it did, came just in time, me and my friends enjoyed the movie very much! Thanks Barnes and Noble!
I loved the series and have both in my DVD library. I did not buy the characters in this movie to be the characters in the series. The story seemed thrown together out of obligation to the fans, however, it totally missed the mark. Alex's character wasn't even funny and he really was the glue. The only good thing about the movie, is that we find out how each character's story is resolved. You just have to get through two hours of pain to get there.