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March 2006
Week of March 13th through March 17th


Latest Additions:
w Dave Chappelle's Block Party (in Film )
Dave Chappelle‘s Block Party’s strength lies in its inspired musical performances by a host of hip-hop artists who are not at all shy about sharing their sharp-edged political perspective
w Madea's Family Reunion (in Film )
The sassy senior citizen has toned-down her act to offset her trademark intensity with equal measures of inspirational advice.
w Transamerica (in Film )
Duncan Taylor’s first feature film is a refreshingly serious film which explores the complexities of a condition that is often misunderstood and ignored by mainstream society.
w Running Scared (in Film )
Writer/director Wayne Kramer (The Cooler) delivers an uncompromising film that will surely stun audiences with its extremes.
w Tsotsi (in Film )
Gavin Hood does an excellent job encompassing a variety of themes in this film. 
w The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (in Film )
The film's breathtaking tableaus, colorful characters, and moving message about redemption end up overshadowed by its wanton insanity one might normally associate with a sadistic snuff film.
w The Untold Story of Emmitt Till DVD review (in Film )
A touching but overdue expose’ of lynching as a shameful stain on the country’s legacy.
Freedomland (in Film )
The script is so full of holes that although parts of the story may resonate with some people, the impact leaves very little to discuss.
CSA: The Confederate States of America (in Film )
Read the review
Torremolinos '73 DVD (in Film )
Desperation Leads to Desperate Measures in Bawdy DVD.
The Pink Panther (in Film )
Steve Martin does a decent job fumbling around from scene to scene, but it does pale in comparison to the sheer physical genius of the Peter Sellers performance
Something New (in Film )
“Something New” offers a fresh take on racism and love and the cast plays their part with so finesse and fun..
The Tenants (in Film )
The stripped-down production looks more like a play than a movie, but all the actors do a decent job with a script which turns increasingly preposterous at every turn. Yet, because it held my interest from start to finish.
The Legend of Zorro DVD (in Film )
The ludicrous plot and special effects featuring cartoon physics means The Legend of Zorro is strictly for those under the age of eight or so.
The New World (in Film )
“The New World” is a deep cinema experience meant for those with utmost patience and appreciation for visual cues instead of a dialogue driven plot.

Fair Game (in Film )
Michael Whaley captures a true romantic story and shows promise as a director and filmmaker

Matchpoint (in Film )
Woody Allen’s Matchpoint does deliver a tale that is entertaining and successful.

Glory Road (in Film )
Glory Road has its share of clichés and is fairly one dimensional character-wise, but nonetheless surprises as an absorbing film. 

King Kong (in Film )
Though the film could have been shortened to some extent, the story is still intact and it’s got all that one would want – a thrill, some romance, and plenty of excitement.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (in Film )
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe’ is a grand success.  It entertains on all levels with a skillful blending of story and incredible visual effects.  

Brokeback Mountain (in Film )
Brokeback Mountain is a great film that puts a different spin on a universal theme. I firmly believe that open-minded adults can watch this film and appreciate it artistically.

Rent (in Film )
Just Happy to be Here (in Film )
Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire (in Film )
Jarhead (in Film )
Doom (in Film )
North Country (in Film )
Good Night and Good Luck (in Film )
The Gospel (in Film )
Serenity (in Film )
Two for the Money (in Film )
Into the Blue (in Film )
Oliver Twist (in Film )
Roll Bounce (in Film )
Flightplan (in Film )
The Constant Gardener Review (in Film )
The Man Review (in Film )
Carlito's Way: Rise To Power Review (in Film )
The Baxter Review (in Film )
The Memory of a Killer Review (in Film )
The 40 Year-Old Virgin Review (in Film )
Red Eye Review (in Film )
Four Brothers Review (in Film )
The Skeleton Key Review (in Film )
The Great Raid Review (in Film )
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo Review (in Film )
Stealth Review (in Film )
Hustle & Flow Review (in Film )
Happy Endings Review (in Film )
Charlie & the Chocolate Factory Review (in Film )
The Fantastic Four Review (in Film )
Cronicas Review (in Film )
Miss Congeniality 2 DVD Review (in Film )
War of the Worlds Review (in Film )
Batman Begins Review (in Film )
Casino DVD Review (in Film )
Brother to Brother DVD Review (in Film )
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Review (in Film )
The Honeymooners Review (in Film )
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Review (in Film )
Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith Review (in Film )
XXX: State of the Union Review (in Film )
Kingdom of Heaven Review (in Film )
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Review (in Film )
The Year of the Yao Review (in Film )
Beauty Shop Review (in Film )
Guess Who Review (in Film )
Miss Congeniality 2 Review (in Film )
Hostage Review (in Film )
The Pacifier Review (in Film )
The Exorcist DVD Review (in Film )
Diary of a Mad Black Woman Review (in Film )
Hitch Review (in Film )
Constantine Review (in Film )
The Wedding Date Review (in Film )
Are We There Yet? Review (in Film )
Ray DVD Review (in Film )
Alone in the Dark Review (in Film )
The Donnie McClurkin Story DVD Review (in Film )
Mary J. Blige LA Concert DVD review (in Film )
Coach Carter (in Film )
Elektra (in Film )

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How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (And Enjoy It) (in Film )
How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (And Enjoy It) review
On the Outs (in Film )
Shot documentary style against graphic urban backdrops in gritty environs, the movie is nothing if not convincing in delivering a gripping authentic air.

Manderlay (in Film )
Relying on a daring script as executed by A-list actors, it offers a potentially transformational experience for any inclined to contemplate an introspective, gut-wrenching meditation on the intractability of the legacy of slavery.

Racing Against The Clock Review (in Film )
A heartwarming documentary of women empowerment.
Mad Hot Ballroom Review (in Film )
MHB is a film about adolescence against the backdrop of ballroom dancing. It’s a heartwarming film, where there are no losers but winners across the board.

Crash Review (in Film )
Although some the stories in the film seem contrived, the actors portraying the roles are not only convincing but perhaps give their best performance to date.

Imaginary Heroes Review (in Film )
Downfall Review (in Film )
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