Brian white dating regina king
Many are based more on sex than love, so we’ve been careful to point out those cases in the notes section below.
The number in the asterisk (*) column indicates who wrote in to add the film (contributors are at the bottom of this page). To add a movie to this list or suggest improvements, just write to us.
Plus, it's a fun and endearing look at the kind of conversations that happen when your man is hanging with "the boys." And did we mention you get to see Shemar Moore and Morris Chestnut shirtless in their prime? Why you need to see this: In addition to all the fun dance sequences, the film will take you into a world most teen movies were avoiding back then: a black inner-city high school. Written by: Mark Brown Directed by: Mark Brown What it's about: A woman (Vivica A.
—Sylvia Obell Written by: John Singleton Directed by: John Singleton What it's about: A coming-of-age film that follows Jody (Tyrese Gibson) as he struggles to become the man his family needs him to be while living everyday life in South Central L. Why you need to see this: I could sit here and talk about how the film adds depth to a character that's usually depicted as a flat stereotype blah blah blah, but the real reason you really need to watch this is TARAJI P. The life and heart she brings to her portrayal of Jody's girlfriend Yvette will have you rooting for her (and even his trifling behind) by the end of the movie. It also introduces you to a fresh, diverse cast of characters, including fan favorite Chenille (Kerry Washington). Fox) plays a series of mind games with her boyfriend (Morris Chestnut) in an effort to teach him a lesson after catching him having dinner with another woman.
This year’s Spotlight Screenings, include John Singleton’s , as well as features from ABFF alumni Julius Onah, Roger Bobb and Datari Turner.
The 2015 ABFF selection of narratives, web shorts and documentaries in competition include expansive scope and diversity, which explore such topics as love, race, politics, relationships, crime and fame.
More than 30 documentaries, web originals, short films and narrative features will showcase at the AMC Empire 25 in Times Square to a devoted, movie-going audience.