Runaway Tracy is snatched from a dangerous L.A. neighborhood by sadistic thugs while searching for her homeless boyfriend. Her police detective mom races against time to rescue Tracy from the big money, high crime world of sex trafficking.
A hilarious urban comedy when Valerie is left alone in her parent's house for her 18th birthday. Risky Business meets House Party when shooting a music video on her property makes Valerie's house the hottest party ticket of the year.
Jamal and Dex are two hapless out of work actors who come to terms with reality when they realize they've been pursuing their dreams for over ten years and still haven't booked a single ... See full summary »
I am a devout Mormon and I loved the message!! I sincerely loved the message. I didn't like the language, and yes, I understand that you were trying to keep it realistic to how most of the world is. I think it is a diamond in the rough. I gave it five because of the language and Jesus wasn't the main influencer, to me. The special effects weren't to bad and neither was the acting. I think that some parts dragged on and I fast forwarded it. Mostly the end when they were talking in the house and the flash backs came up. I think if there were more T.V. show with African American's and this positive message, instead of the stereo typical thug and thief, maybe more people wouldn't be so ignorant in their race issues. I liked the song at the end, with the two men singing.
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