Friday, July 5, 2013

The Last Adam

I think growing up you appreciate every mentor and every person that made you feel that you were someone to be appreciated even when others tell you different. Coach Adams was that guiding light for a group of children that consider themselves the Bama Rascals. Twenty years pass, the children grow up and have to reunite to Coach Adams' funeral.

When middle-aged Bobby Jackson (Leonard Roberts) returns home to Lake City, Alabama, he and his friends are forced to have to face their troubling pasts. This movie has you wondering how you can overcome temptation before it has a hold on you.

This is a family film that teaches you the power of forgiveness, this a definite watch!

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Kevin Hart's "Let Me Explain" Movie Review


The movie opens up as Kevin Hart is dispelling rumors circulating his love life and career. To combat them all, Kevin decides that he wants to address matters in a public way, hence, taking it to Madison Square Garden. Kevin lets us take a glimpse into his life as he proves his making legendary moves worldwide. I think when we as humans are able to admit our mistakes in life and laugh at ourselves we are able to grow as a person. Kevin did this when he went into details as to what hid character flaws are and as to why his marriage failed. This a definite must-see!

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

No More Games

While watching No More Games, it was amazing to me the amount of women that Myron (Emmbre Perry) was able to seduce. Can anyone tame him? Persia White comes into the film testing whether or not Myron's reputation will always precede him.

I also enjoyed the additional dilemmas that this story had to offer. Ray Lavender brought a sincerity and passion to his character. Of course, I would be remiss if I didn't appreciate the comedy that Tommy Ford brought to the screen.

Check out more about this film here:
No More Games

Shake The Movie

Deidre Thomas is the Director of the flick, Shake which stars Thomas "Luscious" Crawley. Luscious is in desperate need to get away from his gangster boss and father, that is played by Clifton Powell. Luscious takes his hustling to new heights. Luscious soon discovers that it isn't an easy feat to make fast money and find true love.

This is definitely a ladies night movie. A movie that will make you wish you were the fly on the wall or the fingers tracing Luscious' delightful body.

You can see more about the film here: Shake The Movie