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Sanaa Lathan to produce and star in Omar Tyree’s ‘Flyy Girl’
June 25, 2015
Sanaa Lathan will executive produce and star in the film adaptation of Omar Tyree’s classic book trilogy, “Flyy Girl”. Lathan, who partnered with Lionsgate’s Codeblack Films to produce the film, will play the lead role of beautiful, smart and spoiled Tracey Ellison. ... read more »
The Bellas Are Back for Another Madcap, Acappella Misadventure
May 22, 2015
(Courtesy Photo) The Bellas are back and badder than before! In case you’re unfamiliar with the sassy, all-girl singing group, they’re students at Barden University, a fictional college located in Atlanta, ... read more »
Furious 7 Paul Walker’s Sentimental Swan Song Proves Well Worth the Wait
April 17, 2015
The late Paul Walker (1973-2013) was best known for playing Brian O’Conner, a charismatic lead character of the Fast and Furious franchise. During a break in the filming of this seventh installment, ... read more »
Film Review: Annie Present-Day Harlem provides setting for update of beloved cartoon classic
December 27, 2014
Little Orphan An­nie was a syndicated comic strip created by Harold Gray (1894-1968) which debuted in the New York Daily News on August 5, 1924. The cartoon revolved around the misadventures of an adorable 11 year-old with curly red hair who’d exclaim “Leapin’ lizards!” whenever she got excited.   ... read more »
The X-men Rule Future and Past!
June 2, 2014
(From Left-to-Right): Halle Berry as Storm, Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier/Professor X, Hugh Jackman as Wolverine and Ian McKellen as Magneto in X-men Days of Future Past. ... read more »
The King of All Monsters is Back!
May 26, 2014
Godzilla reignites the need for the giant monster movie genre. AP Photo Godzilla roars back into view with a new story to tell and giant monster fights to be had! ... read more »
The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete Film Review
November 6, 2013
Featured here are actors Ethan Dizon as Pete (left) and Skylan Brooks as Mister (right). Abandoned Kids Fend for Themselves in Gritty, NYC Saga It’s the last day of school for 8th grader Mister Winfield (Skylan Brooks), ... read more »
Film Review: Rush High-Octane Formula 1 Drama Recounts Death-Defying Racing Rivalry
October 3, 2013
Back in the Seventies, a couple of racecar drivers as different from each other as Dudley Do-Right and Snidely Whiplash became sworn adversaries on the Formula 1 circuit. ... read more »
Film Review: Things Never Said
September 19, 2013
Director Charles Murray A labor of love – about us, by us   There aren’t too many feature-length movies about a woman’s journey from a loveless marriage to self-discovery and self–empowerment, ... read more »
Washington and Wahlberg Co-Star in Implausible Crime Caper
August 15, 2013
DEA Agent Robert Trench (Denzel Washington) and Naval Intelligence Officer Michael Stigman (Mark Wahlberg) have both infiltrated a drug syndicate run by Papi Greco (Edward James Olmos), ... read more »
Film Review: Won’t Back Down
October 3, 2012
Viola Davis, left, and Maggie Gyllenhaal star in WON’T BACK DOWN.    Jaded Teacher and Single-Mom Join Forces in Uplifting Tale of Female Empowerment            In 2010, California passed the nation’s first “Parent Trigger Law,” a bill which enables a neighborhood with an underperforming public school to fire the principal, ... read more »
Film Review: Red Hook Summer (*)
August 22, 2012
There is a nostalgia regarding some Spike Lee movies: “She’s Gotta Have It,” “Do the Right Thing,” “Clockers…” Back in the day, the director gave glimpses of urban New York life that captured a certain demographic and defined and set pop culture. ... read more »
Film Review: The Campaign
August 9, 2012
Ferrell and Galifianakis Square-Off as Funniest Candidates Money Can Buy            If you’ve been looking for a laugh-a-minute comedy as a refreshing alternative to all the kiddie flicks and bombastic summer blockbusters currently at the megaplexes, ... read more »
Film Review: Savages
July 12, 2012
Rival Gangs Engage in Bloody Turf War over Control of California Marijuana Trade             If you’ve seen the documentary Cash Crop, then you know that violent Mexican drug cartels have already begun to muscle their way into the U.S. ... read more »
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