A Thin Line Between Love and Hate is a 1996 comedy-romance film. The film was directed by, written by, and stars Martin Lawrence. Along with Lawrence, Lynn Whitfield, Regina King, Bobby Brown and Della Reese also star in the film.
When the classy, elegant Brandi (Lynn Whitfield) steps out of a limousine to enter the club, Darnell feels that he's met his ultimate prize. She rejects his come-ons, which only fuels his appetite. He pursues her, showing up with flowers at her real estate office. He finally wins over Brandi, only to find out that he's really in love with Mia. But Brandi doesn't take kindly to rejection, and becomes an obsessed femme fatale stalking him, even taking all four wheels off his SUV to ground him from his rounds. Cutting off his engagement to Mia is not enough to satisfy Brandi, who finally administers Darnell's punishment for his misogyny. Darnell quickly learns the hard way that when you "play", you have to "pay."
There's a thin line between love and hate: some people suffer for their art. Courtney Love suffers at the expense of it.(THE CULTURE PAGES)
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