The Best ManDirector: Malcolm D. Lee
Malcolm D. Lee's romantic comedy The Best Man comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS Surround. There are no subtitles on this release. Supplemental materials include production notes, a soundtrack presentation, cast and crew biographies, a theatrical trailer, a showcase of other titles from Universal, and a production featurette. This is a very solid disc with a good smattering of extras.
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- Universal Studios
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital]
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Cast & Crew
|Taye Diggs||Harper Stewart|
|Nia Long||Jordan Armstrong|
|Jim Moody||Uncle Skeeter|
|Malcolm D. Lee||Director,Screenwriter|
|Lisa Brown||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Stanley Clarke||Score Composer|
|H.H. Cooper||Asst. Director|
|Bill Daly||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Bonnie Greenberg||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Danielle Hollowell||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Kalina Ivanov||Production Designer|
|Wing Lee||Art Director|
|Paul Weathered||Set Decoration/Design|
0. Chapter List
1. Introduction; Whisper from the mirror. [6:26]
2. Night hawks' dream. [5:45]
3. Doll. [5:24]
4. Kappa. [5:55]
5. Beyond the light. [4:05]
6. Bridge over the stars. [4:46]
7. White gate. [5:24]
8. Night waltz. [5:06]
9. Forever, forever. [4:20]
10. Foot steps. [7:53]
11. Safari. [5:03]
12. Light above the trees. [8:25]
13. The wind and the wolf. [7:24]
14. Blues jam; end credits. [7:29]
Spotlight on location.
Columbia/Sony music soundtrack presentation.
Cast and filmmakers.
Taye Diggs as Harper
Nia Long as Jordan
Morris Chestnut as Lance
Harold Perrineau as Murch
Terence Howard as Quentin
Sanaa Lathan as Robin
Monica Calhoun as Mia
Melissa de Sousa as Shelby
Directed by Malcolm D Lee
Special DVD ROM features.
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I am a white woman and this is about African American people, but I feel that any single late 20 something, early 30 something male or female can relate to this. It is about a group of old schoolmates from college and the different things that they have accomplished or been through since school and how noone has really changed at all. The player is still playing, the book worm is still all about education, the snob is the same, the workaholic is buried deeper than ever. But the two who did change are the couple that gets married. This movie makes one reflect on themselves and which person they are like and where one is in life. At least it did so for me. I love this movie so much, that i have rented it repeatedly. Everytime that I go to buy it in a store, I cannot find it. So, I am glad to find it here and now I will purchase it! Dana No.VA
"The Best Man" is a movie beautifully shot, showed how successful black folks are, and how we love to hear about the romances of a wedding. The best movie to just relax and relate to. Everyone of the actors or actresses really held their game tight. Just simply, a classic movie of 1999.
I believe everyone should have The Best Man in the collection of movies. It is a must have.