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    Philly Serves as Backdrop for Tale of Romance and Redemption

    Chris (Spank Horton) is a man with serious anger management issues. After getting fired for losing his temper on the job yet again, he makes his way to Rittenhouse Square where things quickly go...

    Documentary Chronicles Historic Gathering of Black Men

    On Oct. 16, 1995, African-American males descended in droves on the District of Columbia for a historic gathering on the National Mall. Prophetically dubbed the Million Man March ahead of time, the gathering lived...

    Tyler Perry Battle-of-the-Sexes Sequel Debuts on DVD

    For years, four very close couples, friends since college, have been taking an annual vacation together to luxurious getaway spots to reconnect, reminisce, and reflect on the state of their marital relationships. Their previous...

    Martin Lawrence Back in Cross-Dressing Crime Comedy

    It’s been said that there comes a critical moment in every African-American comedian’s career when he's asked to put on a dress. Among those who’ve succumbed to that subtle pressure over the years are...

    Godfather of Rap Belatedly Gets His Due in Jaw-Dropping Bio-Pic

    Clarence Reid is a legendary songwriter who wrote R&B hits back in the 60s and 70s for everyone from Sam & Dave to KC & the Sunshine Band. What many people don’t know, however,...

    Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig Co-Star in Genre-Blending Adventure

    Cowboys & Aliens might be the most poorly-executed blend of movie genres since custard pie slapstick was mixed with a Martian invasion in The Three Stooges in Orbit back in 1962. The good news...

    College Kids Hunted at Haunted House in Harrowing Horror Flick

    At first blush, “The Cabin in the Woods” reads like your run-of-the-mill slasher flick. After all, it revolves around unsuspecting teenagers isolated at a secluded setting who suddenly find themselves stalked by a homicidal...

    Documentary Reveals Secret Footage from NJ Prison

    “The moment that Omar and Buddy decided to keep that camera, it transformed them from being inmates to being filmmakers.” -“An Omar Broadway Film” Being confined in a cell for 23 hours was the daily life...

    Latent Lesbian Summons Courage in Out-of-the-Closet Drama

    Seventeen-year-old Alike (Adepero Oduye) has been hiding a big secret from her parents, namely, that she’s gay. But that fact is becoming more and more difficult for the latent lesbian to suppress, given the...

    Parents and Police Search for Kidnapped Kids in Mesmerizing, Multi-Layered Mystery

    Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) is a rugged outdoorsman and family man with deep roots in rural Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Grace (Maria Bello), are raising their kids, 6 year-old Anna (Erin Gerasimovich) and...

    The Girl from the Naked Eye: Gambler Avenges Girlfriend’s Murder

    Jake (Jason Yee) is a guy who let his gambling debts spiral out of control. Consequently, he considered himself lucky that his bookie was willing to let himself work off his debt by serving...

    Sarah Palin Takes It on the Chin in Unflattering Bio-Pic

    Fair warning: This revealing expose’ is not for diehard supporters of Sarah Palin. For the damning bio-pic essentially paints the former governor of Alaska as less of a Mama Grizzly Bear than a power-hungry...

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