Holiday Rush

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Holiday Rush
Holiday Rush.jpg
Directed by
Produced by
  • Julie Crank Di Cataldo
  • Sean Dwyer
  • Elizabeth Cullen
Written by
  • Sean Dwyer
  • Greg Cope White
Starring
Music byKathryn Bostic
CinematographyKeith L. Smith
Edited byJamie Conklin
Production
company
  • Poke Prod Production
Distributed byNetflix
Release date
  • November 28, 2019 (2019-11-28)
Running time
94 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Holiday Rush is a 2019 Christmas romantic comedy-drama film directed by Leslie Small and written by Sean Dwyer and Greg Cope White.[1]

It was released on November 28, 2019.[2]

Plot[edit]

Widowed hip-hop radio DJ Rashon "Rush" Williams loses his job at the radio station WMLE when it is bought by CamCom and switches to a pop format. He and his four children, who have become accustomed to a privileged life, are forced to downsize and move back into Aunt Jo's house where they lived before Rush became wealthy. Rush and his producer Roxy buy WBQL, an old radio station where they used to work, but CamCom puts pressure on advertisers to not buy advertising time from Rush and Roxy.

Rush and Roxy develop a romantic relationship but when Rush announces this to his children, Rush's son Jamal, already angry that he will not be able to afford Harvard anymore, runs away from home. Rush finds Jamal at his deceased mother's favorite location in a nearby park and Jamal expresses his discomfort living in their old house without his mother but comes to accept the new situation and his father's new relationship.

Rush finally manages to sell his large expensive house that he cannot afford anymore and Marshall from WMLE quits his job at the station and invests in WBQL, enabling them to broadcast during the Christmas season.

Cast[edit]

  • Romany Malco as Rashon "Rush" Williams
  • Sonequa Martin-Green as Roxy Richardson
  • Deon Cole as Marshall Stone
  • Amarr M. Wooten as Jamal Williams
  • La La Anthony as Paula Williams
  • Alysia Livingston as Janella
  • Andrea-Marie Alphonse as Evie Williams
  • Selena-Marie Alphonse as Gabby Williams
  • Roscoe Orman as Reginald Miller
  • Malika Samuel as Laurette
  • Deysha Nelson as Mya Williams
  • Tamala Jones as Jocelyn "Joss" Hawkins
  • Darlene Love as Auntie Jo Robinson
  • Stormi Maya as Katrina
  • Jimmy Palumbo as Daniels
  • Chris Walker as Brett the Tree Guy
  • Rocco Parente, Jr. as Salvatore Manducati

Release[edit]

Holiday Rush was released on November 28, 2019.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Romany Malco, Sonequa Martin-Green To Star In Holiday Rush For Netflix". blackfilm.com. March 26, 2019. Archived from the original on March 25, 2019. Retrieved March 25, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "It's Beginning to Look a lot like Netflix | Holidays 2019 | Netflix". YouTube. October 15, 2019.

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