By MAXIMILLIAN BOUDREAUX, Guest Writer 

With the holidays around the corner it’s no better feeling than to attend the 14 year reunion of “The Best

Man Holiday”. Although it’s been a long awaited sequel and the cast certainly has grown since their twenty something film hit the big screen they sure do make the 40’s look damn good.

The film certainly builds off of the original friction of Lance (Morris Chestnut) and Mia (Monica Calhoun) infidelity that was reveal at the wedding through Harper’s (Taye Diggs) novel with the now loving couple hosting the reunion as Lance prepares for a run in the Christmas Day game as well as a surprise retirement.

While Mia is determined to heal the past as she faces severe health concerns. While Harper (Diggs) the bestselling author, also the best man who had the affair with Mia, is currently struggling to get his novels off the shelves and his wife Robyn (Sanaa Lathan) is enduring a difficult pregnancy. High strung Julian (Harold Perrineau) and Candace ( Regina Hall), who went from being a stripper to a social activist, operate a school on a meager budget and they’re struggle to find proper funding after a video of Candace stripper’s past goes viral.

However the couple does seem to have a happy marriage with kids. Nia Long’s continues to portray the career minded Jordan who dealing with Harper’s old feelings as well as trying figured what type of emoti
Lee totally takes the audience on a wild ride with this explosive combination of personalities, sexual innuendos and secrets. This makes for pure insanity this holiday season.onal connection she has with her recent nice boyfriend Brian (Eddie Cibrian). The final two cast members that round out the cast are Shelby (Melissa De Sousa), a pure drama magnet who has rose to prominence on “The Real Housewives of Westchester” while Quentin (Terrance Howard) has enthusiastically embraced a professional bachelordom. Filmmaker Malcom D.