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Exit Strategy 2012

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3.0 out of 5 stars (32) IMDb 3.4/10

Evicted from his apartment, James has to move in with his girlfriend of 3 months. He quickly discovers that she's everything he never wanted in a woman.

Starring:
Jameel Saleem, Quincy Harris
Runtime:
1 hour, 19 minutes

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Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Michael Whitton
Starring Jameel Saleem, Quincy Harris
Supporting actors Noelle Balfour, Kimelia Weathers, Big Boy, Liz Hernandez, William 'Fuzzy' West, Richard Amieva, Jenna Willis, Danette Wilson, Jennah Hughes-Taylor, Juhahn Jones, Jonny Whitton, Kevin Hart, Nick Sinise, Marina Steele, Sid Burston, Matt Kawczynski, Carlos Javier Castillo, Misty Alli
Studio Millennium Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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A few years ago, I met a young man named Jameel Saleem through Facebook and a mutual friend, Chyna Lane, who worked with my daughter, Amina Robinson on Precious. He reminded me so much of my youngest son with his deep set in eyes and heavy eyebrows, and his first name was actually spelled identically as my oldest son's middle name.

He was gracious enough to accept my friend request and then I began to see all of the great things this fine young man was doing; not the least of which was an enormously funny web series of vignettes, delightfully rendered takes on an un-romantic relationship with his girlfriend, called, "Exit Strategy."

I couldn't get enough of them and would watch them over and over, laughing hysterically each time. Now this is important: If you can watch something over and over and laugh hysterically as though it is the first time you are seeing it, IT'S GOOD, IT HAS STAYING POWER, IT IS A CLASSIC IN THE MAKING.

Over time, I had the same pleasure to meet Kimelia Weathers through Facebook; a dynamo, adorable and funny. Both of these young people are bright, shining new stars on the horizon, enormously talented. I asked Jameel and Kimelia when and if Exit Strategy would ever become a movie, because I knew it would be good as a full length feature. They said they were working on it.

...and voila!

Exit Strategy the movie premiered in theatres in the Philadelphia area on February 10th, 2012, and I was honored enough to meet them when I got to the theater. Not only was the movie very well written, but it was even funnier, and the characters played by Jameel and Kimelia were extremely convincing as "the psycho girlfriend," and the "battered non-boyfriend.
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By Jason on February 27, 2012
Format: DVD
This movie is wildly original and entertaining. it is a great spin on the traditional Romantic Comedy Genre. I have been a fan since the Exit Strategy web series and the film picks up right where the series left off. Exit Strategy is non stop Awkward comedy that makes you laugh out loud and cringe at the same time. you really can feel the pain of the main character. Jameel Saleem is an up and coming actor with a bright future in the business. I look forward to more work from him very soon.
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Format: DVD
James (Jameel Saleem) spends all his money attempting to impress his new girlfriend of 3 months. By all, I mean rent money. He gets evicted and moves in with her and they haven't consummated the relationship as yet. After moving in, James realizes that Kim (Kimelia Weathers) is not what he wants in life. She loves the color pink, enjoys eating healthy, and has born again virginity. What he wants to do is to live in her home and sleep on her couch while not being her boyfriend, i.e. friends without benefits.

James consults with various friends who make fun of his inane situation. The whole problem with the film is that his situation crosses the threshold and is idiotic. For this type of situation you need an equivalent over the top layer of cheese. Rather than do this, the film layers it with stale humor. The movie had a few good scenes, unfortunately it had too many scenes that didn't work.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs or nudity. Adult language, adult talk, couple having loud sex behind closed door.
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Very interesting, funny and well acted by all. Probably more than a few people have been in this situation FOR REAL. It held my attention through the entire movie, it's not really outstanding but a really good movie just the same, I liked it.
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I could not believe how I wasted my money on this movie.
This should have stayed in the underground.
Horrible. No storyline. Movie didn't make sense and it keep running on and on and on.
I feel asleep so many times it made no sense at all.
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I followed the web series so I wanted to see the movie & I'm happy to say I wasn't disappointed! (I wish the episodes were still online.. they were classics!) Long story short, I thought the movie was FUNNY! There were times when I thought HHHHWHAT did he/she just say? lol.. I could quote my favorite lines from the movie but I don't want to mess it up for you so I won't. The character Kim was crazy.. crazy to the point where I hope that people aren't like that in real life -- but I'm sure they are. I would have needed an Exit Strategy too if I dated a guy like Kim. Kimelia Weathers (Kim) practically convinced me that she is crazy in real life though but I know she's not. Kevin Hart made a cameo and it was hilarious. His stint in the movie is that classic Kevin Hart humor we all love or if you haven't seen his work before, you'll now love. And while I know some people would think a cameo isn't enough - it was. He did his part and I didn't feel like he should have been in the entire film because it wasn't lacking in the laughter department. Q-Deezy (a radio personality) who played Carvelle is pretty funny as well. He had some zingers in there. Jameel Saleem's delivery of James was that sarcastic with a mix of dry humor that I love and to know he and Kimelia Weathers were able to make a movie based off of the webisodes and stay true to the characters is pretty cool. I like that this movie stays true to what it's about and you could see the characters as your real friends - except for one of the guys in the movie - an annoying high school kid - I wouldn't be his friend. This is one of those movies that friends will introduce their friends to and they'll thank them later AND it's an independent film done well so it should make you feel good inside when you buy the DVD, cause it's worth it.
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