December 2001
Week of Dec 28th thru Jan 4th

STUDIO SCREENINGS

Congratulations to all of our subscribers that won tickets to:

  • ALI starring Will Smith in New York City & Washington D.C.

  • How High starring Red & Meth in Washington D.C.


  • SPECIAL FILM EVENTS

    Martell Presents the blackfilm.com Midnight Screening Series

    Thanks to all of you that attended our most recent event at the Lincoln Center in New York City. The film, Cappuccino shocked and rocked the audience just as we imagined.

    DJ Fink flowed with the sounds and Rob Wisdom and @ The Brunch delivered fine food as usual.

    If you were not notified of the last event in New York City but would like to receive information on future screenings in NYC, please send your name, address and phone to info@blackfilm.com.

    Tune in each week for screenings, special events and prize giveaways.

    Till Next Week

    The blackfilm.com crew

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    It's Not A Comet, It's Halle's Ball
    On the day she won the Best Actress award from the National Board of Review, Halle talked with blackfilm.com about her experience in starring in "Monster's Ball".

    Interviewed by Wilson Morales

    Toe to Toe with the Chosen One : An Interview with Will Smith
    In the last ten years, no other person has captured the hearts of television, music, and film fans more than Will Smith. Achieving success on all levels isn’t enough for the “The Fresh Prince”.

    Interviewed by Wilson Morales

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    Reviews

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    Monster's Ball
    Life is never an easy game to play with. Where you are, where you live, and what you do determines your outcome. For some, it may be filled with happiness, and for others, despair sets the tone. In Monster's Ball, the consequence of one brings together the lives of two tormented souls.

    Reviewed by Wilson Morales

    Ocean's Eleven
    The 2001 version of “Ocean’s Eleven” is considerably more coherent than the original 1960’s brat pack flick with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr., and the presence of Cheadle and Mac gives “Ocean’s Eleven” a splash of flava that rejuvenates a sometimes sluggish plot.

    Reviewed by Roslyn Bradford

    Ruby's Buckets of Blood
    In “Ruby’s Bucket of Blood,” Angela Bassett gives a strong performance as Ruby Delacroix, a woman longing for happiness that brings devastating results.

    Reviewed by Wilson Morales

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    Don Cheadle
    This man can act. This man is a star. This man is a thespian. This man will win an Oscar – someday. This man is Don Cheadle.

    by Shelby J. Jones, Editor

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