Feb '00:- Film

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Next Friday
Everyone was screaming, "The sequel·it doesn't have Chris Tucker? Who is Mike Epps? Regina King isn't in it? What, Bernie Mac isn't in it? Maaaannnn, I'm not gonna see it until it's at Blockbuster!" In the words of DJ Kool, "hold up, wait a minute." Don't believe the nay-sayers hype. Go and seeNext Friday today.
By Shelby J. Jones


The Hurricane
The Hurricane, which opened in theaters in December 1999, tells the story of Carter's 19-year fight to prove his innocence, as well as examining the man's hard luck life experience that led him to the penitentiary.
By Fred McIntosh

The Green Mile
The Green Mile
Mile is set in 1935 Louisiana and features Tom Hanks as Paul Edgecomb, the ranking prison guard on the death row cell block, nicknamed "the Green Mile" because of the color of the tile that leads from the holding cells to the execution room.
By Fred McIntosh


Girl Interrupted
I have to come clean about the fact that I have been waiting to see this movie for quite some time. Intrigued by the source material, and a fan of both director James Mangold (Copland) and actress Angelina Jolie (Gia), I wondered whether the movie would be another formulaic Hollywood treatment of the mentally ill.
By Shelby Jones

 

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