March 2002
Week of Mar 8th thru Mar 15th

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Features

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THE “ICE” OF MARCH IS APPROACHING : AN INTERVIEW WITH ICE CUBE
Ice Cube is one of the most profitable actor/directors out there. Most of the films he makes are funny, enjoyable and cheap compared to the average produced film.

Interviewed by Wilson Morales

THEY CALL ME MR. TIBBS
They call me Mr. Tibbs answered Philadelphia detective Virgil Tibbs (a signature line from 1967's In the Heat of the Nigh while stuck in racist Mississippi with a redneck sheriff to solve a murder.

by Donnell Hodges

MY OSCAR PICKS : Or Why A BEAUTIFUL MIND shouldn’t win
13 nominations for “Lord of the Rings” and I am glowing like one of those goblets from Burger King!

by Scott D. Southard

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SJ's Corner

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Give The Man the Statue Now!
With less than a month to go before the Oscars, it appears that Denzel is building a little steam and just might walk away with a prize that has escaped the grasp of black men since Sidney Poitier walked away with the award some 40 years ago.

by Shelby J. Jones, Editor

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Reviews

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All About the Benjamins
For those not in the know, “Benjamins” refer to $100 bills engraved with a portrait of Benjamin Franklin, and everyone is chasing the Benjamins in this latest pairing of Ice Cube and Mike Epps.

Reviewed by Clem Turner

Looking for a mate in your 30’s ain’t no joke. - In fact in 30 Years to Life, it’s almost scary!
Turning 30 must be reeeee-ally traumatic. For the six friends in “30 Years to Life” there are few meaningful relationships, almost no career comforts, tons of commitment phobias, and very strange dates with more than their share of toes.

Reviewed by Kellye Whitney

Queen of the Damned
With “Romeo Must Die” a success, her singing voice in “Anastasia”, and her future appearances in Matrix 2 & 3, Aaliyah’s film career was definitely on the rise.

Reviewed by Wilson Morales

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Gallery

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What U Drinking Mank
So short. So Funny just watch it. (Comedy - 30 seconds)

Created by pstola.com

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