Cold Feet | Chicago Reader

Cold Feet

With its music-heavy sound track and slick visuals, this slight romantic comedy (1999) about emotional commitment among black yuppies in New York City seems like a Hollywood resumé for first-time indie director Brian Evans. A real estate broker is preparing to settle down with his fashion designer girlfriend, but his womanizing older brother and her practical older sister, who used to be engaged to one another, each try to thwart the upcoming marriage. Much of the film is a calculated series of skirmishes between the sexes, played alternately for laughs and tears, yet the characters lack any sense of irony and the dialogue is banal except for moments of jivey repartee. 103 min.

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