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Oct 23rd

Eddie Murphy kiddie comedy coming to Blu-Ray

Eddie Murphy kiddie comedy coming to Blu-Ray When was the last time Eddie Murphy was upstaged on screen? In Imagine That there are actually a couple of co-stars who steal nearly every scene from him. One is the adorable Yara Shahidi, who plays his young daughter; the other, Thomas Haden Church, who appears in red face, as his conniving, Native-American colleague.
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Equal time with the Empress of Soul

Equal time with the Empress of Soul The great ones endure, and Gladys Knight is a testament to that sage maxim. Over the last half-century, this seven-time Grammy-winner has enjoyed #1 hits in pop, R&B and Adult Contemporary, and has triumphed in film, on television and in concert.
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Book review: Losing Control: Loving a Black Child with Bipolar Disorder

Book review: Losing Control: Loving a Black Child with Bipolar Disorder“Pediatric bipolar disorder manifests itself similarly in the African-American population to the way it does in the Caucasian population. The disease has no cultural boundaries. However… if an African-American child manifested the same symptoms as a Caucasian child, he or she would receive a different diagnosis and a different treatment. This is the clear danger of ignoring cross-cultural commonalities.
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Michael Jai White stars in straight-to-video street fight DVD drama

Michael Jai White stars in straight-to-video street fight DVD drama After Isaiah Bone (Michael Jai White) is paroled from the penitentiary he has a hard time finding a legit line of work so he can provide for his loyal and patient wife, Tamara (Nona Gaye). So, given that he’s buff and good with his fists and feet, he descends upon the underground street fighting scene where rumor has it that a purse can be as much as $5 million. Of course, even in back alley brawling, you still have to work your way to the top before you can get a piece of the reigning champ.
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Book review: African American History in the United States of America: An Anthology (Volume 1)

Book review: African American History in the United States of America: An Anthology (Volume 1)“It is obvious -- from the evidence of the names, habits, religious practices and music of African Americans – that Africa’s golden past is crucial to an understanding of African Americans. What is equally true and equally important is that Africa’s past is crucial to an understanding of European Americans.
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Book review: Dirty Old Men (and Other Stories)

Book review: Dirty Old Men (and Other Stories)Everybody seems to notice them as they walk down the sidewalk. She is smiling, her brown eyes lit, her feet dancing in youth, delighting in what he has to say. She hangs onto his every word and comments sometimes, as he bows his graying head toward her, to better hear her.
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Survivors seek sanctuary in amusement park in gory horror comedy

Survivors seek sanctuary in amusement park in gory horror comedyWith Mad Cow disease having turned the planet into a post-apocalyptic dystopia where most of humanity has morphed into a cannibalistic race of mutant zombies, Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) opts to travel from Texas to Ohio to check on his parents. The only reason the neurotic college student is among the few people still uninfected is because he’s so neurotic he never left his dorm room while the epidemic swept across campus. Now, as the nerdy weakling begins the dangerous trek home, it doesn’t look like he’s likely to last long battling the bloodthirsty marauders, even if he has prepared a helpful list of dos and don’ts.
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