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Honeybee (2001)

Not Rated | | 12 June 2001 (USA)
A young black woman drops out of college against her Father's wishes to pursue a career as a professional boxer.

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Melvin James
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Senait Ashenafi Senait Ashenafi ... Brianna 'Honeybee' Dukes
Pierre Perea ... Pablo Rodriquez
Antwan Mills Antwan Mills ... Rodney Styles
James Avery ... Larry Dukes
Gayle Samuels ... Linda Dukes
Poprah Poprah ... Tamika Jones (as Tempest)
Corinne Van Ryck de Groot Corinne Van Ryck de Groot ... Rhonda 'Lady D' Andrews (as Corinne Van Ryck)
Victor Carr Victor Carr ... Kenny Love (as Victor Carr Jr.)
Jamie Poppingo Jamie Poppingo ... Monica
Roxzane T. Mims ... Ms. Walker (College Dean)
George W. Scott George W. Scott ... Club Bouncer
Malcolm Spears Malcolm Spears ... Boxing Commissioner
Shantilata Stone Shantilata Stone ... Working Girl #1 (Boxer)
Marie Davis Marie Davis ... Working Girl #2
Sonja Bird Sonja Bird ... Dancer #1 (Boxer)
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A young black woman drops out of college against her Father's wishes to pursue a career as a professional boxer.

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She's Sweet As Honey... But Stings Like A Bee

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 June 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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R.A.P. Filmworks See more »
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I was hitting myself to stay awake.
14 October 2003 | by bloodfeast-1See all my reviews

Inconsequential, bumbling tale, dreadfully shot, and shoddily directed. A very frustrating viewing experience that tells a painfully predictable story in a painfully cliche way. I wanted to like this one, but the finger kept hitting the fast forward button. The cast is totally wasted here, and looks lost from the direction or lack of it. I don't blame any of the actors here, but the crew are clearly not cut out for the business. The intentions may be there, but the skill is not. The lack of black film product in the market is the only reason why this is in distribution. That's a shame, because this pretty much sets independent black film back about 3-5 years.


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