If you enjoyed Jumping The Broom, you’ll enjoy these even more. This is a list of movies like Jumping The Broom, which you can view below.
1. Our Family Wedding 2010
When a young couple is planning their wedding, the weeks leading up to the big day can be both comical and stressful as their fathers try to put the past behind them.
2. Just Wright 2010
He is in love with the physical therapist who is helping him recover from a career-threatening injury.
3. Not Easily Broken 2009
A car accident and changing feelings put a married couple’s relationship to the test.
4. Two Can Play That Game 2001
Vivica A. Fox is hot as a scorned woman determined to win back her lover through any means necessary. Those who “get played” are the characters in this comedy about players. as Shanté Smith, a high-flying corporate executive, Fox believes she has what it takes to keep her slickster boyfriend (Morris Chestnut) from leaving her for Shanté’s archrival (Gabrielle Union)
5. Something New 2006
After agreeing to a blind date with Brian Kelly, a seductive and free-spirited landscaper, Kenya McQueen, a corporate lawyer finds love in the most unexpected place.
6. Deliver Us From Eva 2003
When it comes to her sisters and their husbands, Eva Dandridge is a controlling, controlling young woman. Her in-laws, fed up with Eva’s intrusion into their lives, arrange for her to be paired up with someone so she can be free of them. When Ray, the neighborhood “playboy,” finds out they’re interested in him, they pay them $5,000 to set him up. The plan goes off without a hitch, but when Ray falls in love with Eva, things get complicated.
7. Beauty Shop 2005
There was a lot to hear in the barbershop, but the women in Beauty Shop get their own chance to shine, shampoo, and express themselves.
8. Good Deeds 2012
Wesley Deeds, a successful businessman, meets Lindsey, a single mother who works on his office building’s cleaning crew, and his scripted life is upended.
9. Daddy’s Little Girls 2007
Monty, a mechanic, is a single father raising three young daughters while struggling to make ends meet. When a judge grants Monty’s shady ex-wife custody of their daughters, he makes a last-ditch effort to reclaim them with the help of Julia, a gorgeous, Ivy League-educated lawyer. They couldn’t be more different, but a spark is lit between them, setting off a storm of passion and strife.
10. Diary Of A Mad Black Woman 2005
McCarter’s 18th wedding anniversary is just around the corner when Helen returns home to find her belongings packed into a U-Haul van waiting for her. Charles and Her are getting a divorce. Helen moves in with her grandmother Madea, a spry old lady who doesn’t mind if she’s called old. Madea shows Helen what’s really important in life, which helps Helen get through these difficult times.
11. The Family That Preys 2008
Mother-of-two Alice Pratt managed a small diner while also raising her two daughters. In contrast to Andrea, who graduated in Economic Science and now works for a construction company, Pam stayed with Alice and worked at the diner. Andrea, on the other hand, is conceited and entitled. In addition to Andrea’s day job, Chris is a construction worker who aspires to start his own business. On the other hand, she’s cheating on him with their coworker and boss, William Cartwright. Alice’s best friend, Charlotte Cartwright, is the mother of William, Charlotte’s son. In the middle of Alice and Charlotte’s road trip, William’s ambition and infidelity set off a chain of events that will have repercussions for families on both sides.
12. Sparkle 2012
Despite her talent as a singer, Sparkle faces obstacles that are tearing her family apart as she strives to become a big name in the music industry. It’s hard for her to balance a new romance with music manager Stix while dealing with the unexpected challenges that her new life will bring as she and her two sisters try to become a dynamic singing group during the Motown era in the affluent Detroit area.
13. This Christmas 2007
The Whitfields’ Christmas this year promises to be one to remember. For the first time in years, all of the siblings have returned home, and they’ve brought a lot of stuff with them. During the process of decorating the Christmas tree and putting up the lights, secrets emerge and family bonds are put to the test. As their paths cross, they band together to help one another understand what it means to be a true family member.
14. Why Did I Get Married? 2007
There’s a story here about how difficult it can be to keep a relationship strong in the modern era. During their annual week-long reunion in Colorado, eight married college friends (all of whom have achieved middle to upper-class economic status) discover that one of their friends has cheated on their spouse. Each couple begins to doubt their own union as secrets are revealed.
15. For Colored Girls 2010
From the viewpoint of 20 nameless black females, a look at life. There are twenty poems in this collection, and each woman portrays one of the characters, revealing different issues affecting women in general and women of color in particular, in turn.
16. What’s Love Got To Do With It 1993
Tina Turner: A Star Is Born is a film about the singer’s rise to stardom while married to her abusive husband Ike Turner.
17. Eve’s Bayou 1997
During the summer of 1962, the Batiste family struggles to keep their secrets and endure betrayals in rural Louisiana near Eve’s Bayou.
18. Waiting To Exhale 1995
Women who have been cheated on, mistreated, and stepped on hold their breath, hoping that the elusive “good man” will finally end their string of bad dates. Vannah, Bernie, Glo, and Robin, four close friends determined to find a better way to breathe, talk it all out.
19. Why Did I Get Married Too? 2010
This is the time of year when four couples get together for a vacation to socialize and reflect on their relationships. The return of an ex-husband determined to win back his recently remarried wife disrupts their intimate week in the Bahamas.
20. Madea’s Big Happy Family 2011
Shirley needs to share some important news with her family, but she’s having trouble getting her five grown children and their kids together due to their diverse lifestyles. It’s now up to Madea to put things into perspective with a hilarious take on money problems, drugs, and most importantly, family secrets for the entire family. We need to teach the next generation a lot of things. In her own unique way, Madea illustrates how salvation does not transform you into someone else, but rather, it frees you to be who you truly are.
21. I Can Do Bad All By Myself 2009
The only family Jennifer and her two younger brothers have is their aunt April, and when Madea catches them robbing her house, she decides to take matters into her own hands and deliver the young delinquents to her. April is a hard-partying nightclub singer who is completely reliant on her married boyfriend Raymond for everything.
22. Brown Sugar 2002
To work on New York’s XXL magazine, Sidney left her job as a music critic for The Los Angeles Times. Dre is the head of a New York-based hip-hop record label. Both of them were introduced to hip-hop as children and have been friends ever since. However, Dre is engaged to lawyer Reese and Sidney claims she’s not interested in pursuing a romantic relationship with Dre now that they’re back together. At the same time, Dr. Dre is becoming dissatisfied with his company’s emphasis on profit over artistry, leading him to sign the gimmicky Ren and Ten while ignoring the talented Chris. Dre
23. Meet The Browns 2008
Having three children and being a single mother in Chicago’s inner city, Brenda has long struggled to make ends meet and keep them off the streets.
As a result, when she’s suddenly fired with no explanation, she begins to doubt her own abilities. That is, until she receives word of the death of her paternal grandfather, a man she never knew.
When Brenda’s father dies, she takes her entire family to Georgia to attend the funeral in hopes of receiving some sort of assistance. She was unprepared for the Browns, her father’s outrageously fun-loving Southern family. Brenda struggles to get to know the family she never knew existed in a small-town world full of long afternoons and country fairs…and finds a new romance that just might change her life. Tyler Perry adapted the story from his stage play “Meet the Browns” for the big screen. Tyler Perry In the movie, Perry will play Madea and Uncle Joe.
24. The Best Man 2005
In order to pursue his literary goals, Olly Pickering is forced to move in with his friend Murray when writer’s block strikes. When Olly’s college buddy James asks him to be best man in his wedding, things start to look up for him. The night before the wedding, Olly has feelings for a woman he believes is the bride’s sister. However, it turns out that woman is the bride, Sarah. How much help can James’ enemy Murray provide in bringing Sarah and Olly together?