Tag Archives: Vivica A. Fox

Idle Hands - * 1/2*

Idle Hands joins an elite pantheon of horror films dealing with possessed hands. For serious takes on the malady, take a look at The Beast With Five Fingers, or The Hand. If you’re in a more humorous frame of mind, … Continue reading

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Why Do Fools Fall in Love? - * *

Why Do Fools Fall in Love is an unusual biopic…one that isn’t terribly interested about its subject. It’s more concerned with the various other lives which are intersected and thrown into turmoil. Why Do Fools Fall in Love tells the … Continue reading

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Soul Food - * * *

Soul Food is an invigorating drama about a troubled family and their struggles to remain together. With rich characters and believable situations, it makes for a satisfying movie. Soul Food tells the story of Big Mama (Irma P. Hall) and … Continue reading

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Booty Call - 1/2*

Booty Call is a rather pedestrian conglomeration of raunchy, low-brow humor. The film focuses on a double date and the night which follows. Rushon (Tommy Davidson) and Nikki (Tamalo Jones) have been dating for seven weeks now…Rushon wants to get … Continue reading

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Set It Off - * 1/2*

This hybrid of Waiting to Exhale and Dead Presidents is chock full of predictable situations and flat characters. The film opens strongly, as Frankie (Vivica A. Fox), a bank teller, recognizes one of the armed men who rob her bank. … Continue reading

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