June 2002
Week of June 14th thru June 21st


Latest Additions:
Juwanna Mann - Tootsie Goes to the WNBA
Nunez portrays Jamal Jeffries, a professional basketball star with a funky attitude who gets booted out of the league when his antics get way out of control. In order to continue playing the game he loves, he hooks up with the only league that will take him, the Women’s United Basketball Association (WUBA).

Reviewed by Roslyn J. Bradford

Bad Company
Buddy films tend to do well such as Mel Gibson & Danny Glover, Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones. But with Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins, the connection is missing even though the story action is tailor made for their personas. .

Reviewed by Wilson Morales

Undercover Brother
In Malcolm D. Lee’s second feature since “The Best Man”, he has brought a film that is extremely funny and presented with a torrent of insightful gags at breakneck pace.

Reviewed by Wilson Morales

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Latest Additions:
Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040
It’s “Charlie’s Angels” – with a sci-fi twist! What if there were four “Angels” instead of three – give ‘em sketchy back stories, complex motivations, and a dash of cyberpunk.

Reviewed by Daos Boonma

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Latest Additions:
Training Day
America, Bush, Oprah, Clinton, Bin Laden, Springer, Judge Mathis, Jordan, Gates, Greenspan, and Eminen - what else does America have to endure?

Reviewed by Lee "Kansas" Moore

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Latest Additions:
Sunshine State
Sayles has returned to form as he takes his writing to Florida to tell the story of two families, black and white, and how the past is revisited to change the course of the future.

Reviewed by Wilson Morales

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Latest Additions:
It’s not that often when one sees an original story come to the big screen. Some say that there are only a few scripts in Hollywood that can be sold, and that the same old scripts get recycled and adapted year after year.

Reviewed by Wilson Morales

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TV Movies

Latest Additions:
Little John
In Little John, a morning family drama from Hallmark Hall of Fame, the performances by the three leads show that over time some bridges can be crossed again.

Reviewed by Wilson Morales

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One Shots

Latest Additions:
The Score
“The Score” is a film where the acting is solid and the story is simple, with a twist...

Reviewed by Wilson Morales

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Latest Additions:
Sparkle : Giving You Something You Can Feel
For three sisters in 1958, this journey would lead to more than they ever imagined. Released in 1976, “Sparkle” is regarded by many as a modern black classic.

Reviewed by Nasser Metcalfe

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