What could have been merely an unconvincing romantic comedy gets a shot in the arm from a robust gospel, hip-hop and R&B soundtrack and a strong supporting cast of legendary musicians, including Shirley Caesar and the O'Jays. Their efforts don't make it good, but at least it's melodious. Young Darrin (Nigel Washington) and his mother (Faith Evans) were shunned by their local Baptist church because she dared to sing at R&B clubs. Years later, Darrin (Cuba Gooding Jr.) is a con artist who scammed his way into a lucrative ad sales job and has maxed out his numerous credit cards. Just as a big promotion is coming his way, Darrin gets busted; fortunately, he learns that h...