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How Stella Got Her Groove Back

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Unlucky-in-love stockbroker Stella (Angela Bassett) jets to Jamaica with her gal pal Delilah (Whoopi Goldberg) for some fun in the sun. There she meets sexy, good-looking Winston Shakespeare (Taye Diggs). He's the man of her dreams in every way except one, he's half her age.
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Boxoffice Magazine
There is insufficient chemistry, more tension and fighting than romance, and no epiphanal moment to demonstrate that Stella has indeed gotten her groove back.
June 05, 2002
Film Quips Online
There's only one thing missing from this story, and it's the main ingredient: conflict.
February 08, 2003
Sight and Sound
Stella's groove, like the film itself, doesn't run deep.
March 05, 2002
San Francisco Chronicle
I'm not denying that a 40-year- old woman might be self-conscious about going around with someone this young. But the subject isn't interesting or provocative enough to sustain an entire movie.
January 01, 2000
Globe and Mail
The movie meanders on and on, like a bad sexual dream, until you finally wake up mumbling: Stella, please: leave that groove thang alone.
April 12, 2002
Detroit News
All formula gloss, a romance that tackles some difficult issues by missing them altogether.
January 01, 2000