Mia Morgan Sullivan was one of the greatest people any of us have ever known. Even though none of us wanted to believe she would be here, she knew. She knew she would. She made sure that we would all be here, too. Not to mourn death, but to celebrate life. Being with her in the days leading to her home-going was the greatest gift any of us have ever received. Because of her, we are friends for life. Because of her… we’re family. Mia was, and is an angel. It’s tragically ironic that the day we recieved the Son of God, he called one of his daughters home. I know that God has a plan. I know. But this one… This one is really hard to accept.
okay Okay OKAY, 44-year-old Morris Chestnut, fine. You’ve convinced me: I’ll get back in the gym, dude. You’ve made your point: you can make a movie in 1999 then come back like 14 years later and be in even better shape than you were last time, when you were 30 or so. I’m not a hater so I don’t hate, I congratulate, and where appropriate, emulate.
But for real, everybody in this movie looks as good or better than they did in the first one. Nia Long went to the Phylicia Rashad school of How To Stay Fine Forever and Ever Amen. She just had a baby not too long ago, too. Ooooooh, kill em’!