Mia Sakamoto feels trapped physically and verbally abused by men all her life, until she crosses paths with a spoken word artist Ku James. Ku is Mia's savior, guiding her to discover her ... See full summary »
Michael Dixon is a seasoned agent working linewatch on the US/Mexico Border. Well respected by his peers at US Border Patrol, and well loved by his family (wife Angela and 5 year old ... See full summary »
Cuba Gooding Jr.,
Caleb Kaufman's ability on the basketball court has taken him far away from his humble Detroit roots, until he returns home and is forced to sift through the rubble of a decayed city and a life he ran away from a long time ago.
A gap in the far wall of the neighborhood front store host anonymous drug transactions. Through his poetry, twelve-year-old Eddie, depicts the lives of those who reside of both sides of the... See full summary »
A lesbian couple decides to fool a man into thinking that one of them is straight so she can get pregnant and then dump him. Of course it does not go smoothly and confused lies lead to a surprise ending.
I have seen this movie as well, and I also think it deserved to be nominated for, nay, AWARDED an academy award. Xavier Rivers portrayal as T'Man was outstanding, and I'm surprised he got shunned as well. Who knew Layzie Bone could act so well, I didn't. When they said, and I quote, "Ya'll want some scorpion tea," I almost peed myself. Truly a masterpiece. I hope they are currently working on the sequel, perhaps filming in New Zealand or some other wacky place below the equator where I here the water reverses when you flush the toilet. I had a cousin once who went down there and he told me that, but he also stole an Almond Joy from me when we were kids so I'm not so sure if I can really trust him. Does anyone out there have any input on this topic?
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