It's been three years since Emery Simms was wrongfully imprisoned for a murder he didn't commit. Emery's best friend Brandon (Blakemore) and ex-wife Connie (Fox) are now married, running a ... See full summary »
Lena Summer is the envy of all her friends. Big house. Successful husband. It's the perfect life...or so it seems. But with her husband's demanding career as a construction mogul, the other... See full summary »
L'ESCORTE is a comedy of manners where cynicism and false naiveté mingle in a bittersweet study of love, lies and friendship in the age of AIDS. Amid the laughter and the tears, the hustle ... See full summary »
Mia DuBois (Calhoun) is a walking cliché--a successful therapist with an unsuccessful marriage. Her husband, Victor (St. John), is more interested in working on his laptop than on her. So ... See full summary »
Michael Jai White,
Kristoff St. John
Jermaine, a young struggling Atlanta lawyer, decides to spruce up his marriage with Jasmine, who's mentally recovering from an abusive previous relationship, by hiring Jade, a bisexual ... See full summary »
After the death of his brother, An expert street dancer goes to Georgia to attend Truth University. But his efforts to get an education and woo the girl he likes are sidelined when he joins... See full summary »
The film deals with the struggles of a young man trying to define himself at an Historically Black College. "The decisions you make today will affect you for a lifetime." In white letters, ... See full summary »
I just got this film today and wow! I was very surprise by what I saw. The best of the series by far, I was particularly impressed with the lead actors Brian White and Patrice Fisher and a stellar appearance by Mr. Washington. The film is also particularly well directed with a beautiful indie aesthetic, cutting edge visuals, solid acting, edgy eclectic music and simply true class, which shatters the boundaries of 'urban' cinema. This IS a ground breaker and should be seen just for that reason. Who is this director? Never heard of him/her before... The plot is a little light and the surprise ending a little contrived but overall it's definitely the kind of film you can enjoy on a lazy afternoon or late evening.
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