Just Wright Film Analysis

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Non Verbal Messages: Just Wright The film begins with Leslie Wright (Queen Latifah) leaving her fixer-upper house, which her dad is helping her fix. She goes to work as a physical therapist at a rehabilitation center and heads off to a date afterwards. The date goes very well, they talk and seem to click. When they leave, she alludes to another date, when he stops her and explains that he’s not ready to date. She’s obviously been given this speech in the past because she finishes all of his sentences. At her house, she tells Morgan (Paula Patton), who hopes to nab an NBA player for herself. She doesn’t have a job, but she thinks that all the research she puts into finding an NBA husband is work. The next day, she and Leslie head off to a nets game, dressed very differently. Leslie’s in a pair of jeans and a jersey; Morgan’s in a dress. As Leslie watches the game, Morgan keeps her eyes on the wives’ section. After the game, Morgan meets up with friends very much like herself and heads out to try to get an invite to Scott McKnight’s (common), a nets player,…show more content…
When he arrives, she offers a seemingly phony excuse, which he appears to believe her, but asks her to leave anyway. Leslie, knowing that he’ll forgive Morgan, leaves, and decides to use her newfound fame (from having helped Scott recuperate) to work as a trainer for the nab. She’s helped by Scott’s agent, and is offered a position with five different teams, including the nets, which she declines. Scott hears about this and is upset. During an interview, Morgan realizes that Scott’s in love with Leslie and advises him to find her in Philadelphia, where she’s interviewing with the seventy Sixes. He pleads his case and professes his love. She turns her back to him and proceeds to make a call to the Nets, accepting the trainer position. They reconcile, and the next season, Leslie, now married to Scott, roots from the
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