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The Male Groupie (2004)

| Short | 2004 (USA)
What happens when you're living the life...and it belongs to your best friend? Male Groupie tells the tale of two childhood friends, seemingly on the same path towards success but steadily ... See full summary »

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Derrick Brickhouse Chandler ...
Doorman
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Mill e. tant
Kenneth E. Clay ...
Club goer
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Anjali
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Waitress
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Act shun
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Bone (as Keikabou A. Holland)
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Blase' skippy
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Sonji (as Jonelle Kennedy)
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Ton
Chauncey B. Raglin-Washington ...
Bla-dow!
Evan Reynolds ...
Roman tic
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Dig nafied
LeShay N. Tomlinson ...
Lovely
Darryl Wharton ...
V.i.p. d.j.
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What happens when you're living the life...and it belongs to your best friend? Male Groupie tells the tale of two childhood friends, seemingly on the same path towards success but steadily drifting apart. Blase' Skippy is a multi-platinum rapper, actor, and businessman; and Ton who, while creative, lives vicariously through him. While Ton is behaving as if they were still in high school, "flossing" with Blase's money and fame, disrespecting women, and making decisions that will ultimately revolve around his friend's successful career. Blase' is moving toward a more mainstream, positive direction. We meet them on a not-so-typical night out, when their journey meets a bittersweet fork in the road. Written by morocco omari

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Great Movie - a definite MUST SEE!!!
20 August 2004 | by (Chicago Illinois) – See all my reviews

The Male Groupie is a funny, sad, and realistic movie, that I highly recommend. When I watched this film, I laughed, I cried, I was furious, emotions were all over the place. The emotional roller coaster reaffirmed that this film is art in the purest form. True art makes an audience laugh, think, feel, and that is exactly what you can expect when you watch The Male Groupie. I applaud everyone involved in the making of this film, because they did not let down their viewers with this one, and I am looking forward to, and will be watching for their next undertaking. Please go and see this film and you too will be excited and totally satisfied with the outcome. HATS OFF TO THE OMARI DUO, cast and crew, now let's get the next one underway because I can't wait any longer!!!!!


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