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Adrienne Banfield-Jones, Willo Smith and Jada Pinkett - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived to the 'Black Girls Rock!' 2015 event which was held at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in New York, New Jersey, United States - Saturday 28th March 2015

Adrienne Banfield-jones, Willo Smith and Jada Pinkett

Jada Pinkett-Smith, Jada Pinkett and Jimmy Kimmel - Jada Pinkett Smith Los Angeles, California - is seen outside 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' studios. Thursday 29th July 2010

Jada Pinkett-smith, Jada Pinkett and Jimmy Kimmel
Jada Pinkett-smith, Jada Pinkett and Jimmy Kimmel
Jada Pinkett-smith, Jada Pinkett and Jimmy Kimmel
Jada Pinkett-smith, Jada Pinkett and Jimmy Kimmel
Jada Pinkett-smith, Jada Pinkett and Jimmy Kimmel
Jada Pinkett-smith, Jada Pinkett and Jimmy Kimmel

Jaden Smith, Jada Pinkett and Will Smith - Jaden Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith and Willow Smith London, England - UK film premiere of Karate Kid held at the Odeon cinema Thursday 15th July 2010

Jaden Smith, Jada Pinkett and Will Smith
Jaden Smith and Will Smith
Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan
Jaden Smith
Jaden Smith, Jada Pinkett and Will Smith
Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan

Will Smith, Jackie Chan, Jada Pinkett and Jaden Smith - Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jackie Chan, Willow Smith, Jaden Smith Los Angeles, USA - The LA Premiere of 'The Karate Kid' held at the Mann Village Theatre in Westwood Monday 7th June 2010

Will Smith, Jackie Chan, Jada Pinkett and Jaden Smith
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett
Will Smith and Regina King
Will Smith, Jackie Chan, Jada Pinkett and Jaden Smith
Will Smith and Willow Smith
Will Smith

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett - Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith New York City, USA - The Broadway production of 'Fences' held at the Cort Theatre. - Departures Wednesday 19th May 2010

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett

Return To Paradise Review


Very Good
Surprisingly effective, if highly unlikely, drama of the soul and the conscience. If some guy you hardly knew was sentenced to hang in a Malaysian jail unless you went back and did 6 years in a third-world slammer, would you go?

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A Low Down Dirty Shame Review


Weak
Question of the day: why is there such an appeal to brainlessness?

One hypothesis, that we spend our working hours thinking and want to relax and thus not think in latter hours appears to hold water at a glance. However, when you peer deeper you realize that not everyone enjoys turning their brain off. Furthermore, many people cannot turn their brain off. Yet I am both A and B and still find brainlessness enjoyable.

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Woo Review


Weak
It's about time the You Go Girl crowd got a movie to call its own besides Waiting to Exhale. Too bad it sucks eggs by virtue of being completely stupid and asinine, by virtually all counts. Woo is the inexplicable story of a girl inexplicably named Woo (Pinkett) who is set up on an inexplicable date with a loser (Davidson) and whom spend an inexplicable night together, inexplicably falling in love. Woo is big and brassy -- you know, like her name. "You go, Woo!" Or not. Woo is so boring and obnoxious you'll wish Woo went away. Fortunately, the extra-inexplicable moments like Parker playing "the chicken ho" are extra fun and make up for having to watch the rest of this dreck.

Princess Mononoke Review


OK
Every once in a while a movie comes along that is downright frustrating. No matter how badly you want to enjoy it, you end up walking out of the theater feeling deprived. Such is the case with Princess Mononoke (aka Mononoke Hime). Packed with an abundance of creativity and an innovative albeit complicated plot, the movie is almost recommendable. To its credit, it succeeds in captivating the viewer for a good hour, the downside is that the film lasts for almost two and a half. And believe me, that downside is a long slow, slipping down ride.

Based upon Japanese folklore, Princess Mononoke is the animated story of the war between the encroachment of civilization and the beast gods of the forest. While the forests are being devastated by the Tatara clan, producers of iron, the Great God of the Forest gives power to the other forest gods to protect their domain against the humans in the form of giant animals. Sound confusing? That's just the beginning.

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Demon Knight Review


Weak
Appallingly straightforward horror fare from the Tales from the Crypt fellows gives us a men vs. demon routine as Billy Zane's "Collector" attempts to retrieve an ancient relic from Sadler's man on the run. He holes up in an old church and the siege begins, as Zane summons a load of demons to help out in the fight. Borrowed pretty much wholesale from Rio Bravo and Assault on Precinct 13.

Scream 2 Review


Good
Two Words: Flying Camel.

Ha! I got you. You thought it would be "Good Sequel," didn't you? The reason I say Flying Camel is because, in an ordinary universe, Flying Camels do exist (although they do in Wim Wenders' The End of Violence). In the ordinary universe, good sequels are just as rare.

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