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  • DELIVER US FROM EVA is a well-produced romantic comedy. The two leads do a good job of portraying their characters. In the end, Ray softens Eva's harder edges, but Eva's Christian principles transform Ray into a better man, and a more suitable mate. Thus, there is a Christian worldview going on between the lines of this movie, which, however, also includes many obscenities and profanities (but no "f" words) and many vulgar sexual references in the dialogue. Consequently, the worldview of this movie may be Christian, but it also takes an antinomian, or lawless, position on crude language and pre-marital sex. In this respect, it is interesting to note that the pastor of Eva's church is a woman.

    "Deliver Us From Eva" is the other movie of the same weekend based on a romantic bet. See my review of "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" (in today's WeekendPlus) for my general comments on this unhappy genre. It has the advantage of being about one bet, not two, preserving at least one of the protagonists as a person we can safely like. But it proceeds so deliberately from one plot point to the next that we want to stand next to the camera, holding up cards upon which we have lettered clues and suggestions.

  • Ostensibly a hip-hop-related soundtrack for the film starring rap icon LL Cool J, DELIVER US FROM EVA also serves as an excellent sampling of a breed of contemporary slow-jam R&B that's heavily influenced by vintage soul and '70s Quiet Storm. This sound is, of course, highly appropriate for an urban romantic comedy, but the album is great mood music independent of the movie. In fact, DELIVER US FROM EVA is packed with enough sultry beats and slinky bass lines to satisfy Barry White's masseuse. Highlights include the gospel-tinged "Star For Life," from the intensely soulful Mary J. Blige, "Lovin You (Easy)," a breezy effort courtesy of En Vogue, and "Ain't No Sunshine," a Eurodance-flavored track from talented newcomer Yoli, whose voice bears a striking resemblance to the great Joan Armatrading. The disc closes with classic '70s tracks from Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder, which perfectly complement the subdued, quietly sexy vibe that permeates the entire album.

    Ostensibly a hip-hop-related soundtrack for the film starring rap icon LL Cool J, DELIVER US FROM EVA also serves as an excellent sampling of a breed of contemporary slow-jam R&B that's heavily influenced by vintage soul and '70s Quiet Storm. This sound is, of course, highly appropriate for an urban romantic comedy, but the album is great mood music independent of the movie. In fact, DELIVER US FROM EVA is packed with enough sultry beats and slinky bass lines to satisfy Barry White's masseuse. Highlights include the gospel-tinged "Star For Life," from the intensely soulful Mary J. Blige, "Lovin You (Easy)," a breezy effort courtesy of En Vogue, and "Ain't No Sunshine," a Eurodance-flavored track from talented newcomer Yoli, whose voice bears a striking resemblance to the great Joan Armatrading. The disc closes with classic '70s tracks from Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder, which perfectly complement the subdued, quietly sexy vibe that permeates the entire album.

     

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  • SUMMARY: DELIVER US FROM EVA is a modern urban version of William Shakespeare's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, where a ladies' man tries to soften the sharp edges of a beautiful woman meddling in the lives of her sisters and their men. The movie's Christian worldview is spoiled by plenty of foul language and vulgar sexual references.

Deliver Us From Eva (2003) - Movie | Moviefone

Behind the scenes, more key creative talent from joined up for the new film, including producer Paddy Cullen, cinematographer Alexander Gruszynski, film editor Earl Watson, and costume designer Debrae Little. These talented collaborators helped facilitate an efficient and enjoyable workplace for all concerned. The cast and crew of Deliver Us from Eva joined together to create an atmosphere that was conducive to both work and play. There were fun times that were scripted as well as some that stemmed from the strong sense of camaraderie on the set. Gabrielle Union savored her scenes as Eva, but admits to playing favorites. Just as the character adores horses, so too does the actress