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Know Thy Enemy (2009)
Well Shot Indie
"Know Thy Enemy" is one movie that I can watch multiple times. After watching several times, I noticed more plot information that I missed initially. I missed the back story of the rappers on the first viewing but it was evident later.
I remember being impressed by the shots during the first viewing and that remains to this day. Also, make note that the female scenery is nice. Not sure why Tamara McGill doesn't show up in more films.
One thing that I didn't like about the film was the cover. Lionsgate made a poor choice in my opinion. I like the cover that is shown on this site more than the "lowrider" cover. I know it happens often but really, they could've kept that original (or earlier) version of the cover. I think the newer one sits better on the rack.
The commentary on the DVD is also a nice add.
The Male Groupie (2004)
They do exist
I was pleasantly surprised by this film. It was one of the films presented in the HBO Showcase at the American Black Film Festival. WE focus on the female groupies but this movies exposes the guys that are riding other guys' coattails. Very funny!!! The story came across very well and there were several people that I was familiar with including the star of Playmakers. Dialogue was natural and not forced. I could easily see this as a b-plot of a feature film. Christopher or Morocco, I'd love to show this at my short film festival in Houston called Frame2Frame. I met you both at the ABFF. Shawnre' Tieuel of Tieuel Legacy Entertainment.