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September 2004
Week of September 13th through September 17th

Can Bernie Mac score a Box Office Hit?

MR.3000 opens Sept.17

Funnyman Bernie Mac brings his irreverent comedy to the big screen to star in this hysterical movie about an over-the-hill ballplayer who gets his comeuppance after assuming that his Hall of Fame plaque is in the bag. Now, ten years after he retired, three of his 3000 hits have been disqualified, and the 47-year-old out-of-shape former slugger attempts a comeback. Directed by Charles Stone III (Drumline), MR.3000 also stars Angela Bassett, Evan Jones, Amaury Nolasco, & Michael Rispoli.




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Mr. 3000 : Cast Interviews
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Blackfilm.com recently had the rare opportunity to watch the one and only Bernie Mac- in action- during a set visit to his upcoming film, currently titled “Guess Who”, which also stars Ashton Kutcher.
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Cellular: Cast Interviews
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Wicker Park : An Interview with Josh Hartnett
Hartnett reflects on his early days as a teen idol, his work in “Wicker Park”, and the direction he sees his career going in future roles
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It’s time to drop all pretenses and call out the people inundating us with an unrelenting stream of cinematic garbage. The Cookout is a good idea with a terrible script. 
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Suspect Zero is another failed attempt in the serial killer genre. The studio behind this would save themselves loads of money in marketing and distribution by sending this straight to video.  It’s that bad.
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Mira Nair, the renowned Indian director behind Monsoon Wedding, really overstretches the scope of the story.The result is a disjointed film that becomes incredibly tedious to watch.
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Empty of saturation of fists of fury, Hero is bound for glory with its beauty and wonder in colorful scenery, brilliant film effects and spectacular imagery, yet still seemingly simple and plain.
Alien Vs. Predator (in Film )
Believe it or not, "Alien Vs. Predator" is not as bad as you would like to think. As the first African American female to lead to a sci-fi genre film, Sanaa Lathan is very courageous and prominent in this battle of the species.
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