August 2007
Week of August 13th through August 17th
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DVD CENTRAL
NIA LONG, QUEEN LATIFAH, KERRY WASHINGTON AND
HALLE BERRY HAVE FILMS ON DVD THIS AUGUST


f the saying is true, and the month of August doesn't offer much in term of films coming out, then you may want to
take the time to catch up on some of the films you may have missed out this Spring as films featuring Halle Berry,
Nia Long, Chris Rock, Queen Latifah are out DVD this month. Click here for more info.

Blackfilm.com CONTESTS!
First Looks

Tyler Perry's -Why Did I Get Married?
Superbad
30 Days of Night
Beowulf
Shoot 'Em Up
Feel The Noise
War
Kings Of The Evening

In the Valley of Elah

lIllegal Tender
Nanny Diaries
I Am Legend
IronMan
The Hunting Party
I'm Not There
Get Smart

10,000
Doomsday
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane
Death Sentence
Cloverfield/1-18-08

Gone Baby Gone

Rocket Science
John Hancock
The Golden Age

Lions for Lambs

The Dark Knight
The Kingdom
Balls of Fury
3:10 to Yuma

American Gangster
August Rush
Bordertown
Babylon A.D.
Redrum
The Game Plan
Daddy Day Camp
Sarbane's Oxley
National Treasure 2

Things We Lost in The Fire
Resurrecting the Champ
The Strangers
Inkheart
The Golden Compass
The Perfect Christmas
A Day In The Life
Resident Evil: Extinction
Rogue

Blackfilm.com - TRAILERS & CLIPS!
WAR
9 Clips from the upcoming movie starring Jet Li and Jason Statham
Shoot Em Up
6 Clips from the upcoming movie starring Clive Owen, Paul Giamatti, &
Monica Bellucci,
The Invasion
6 Clips from the upcoming movie starring Nicole Kidman & Daniel Craig
Comic Con 2007 SAW IV Footage
Clip shown of SAW IV at San Diego Comic Con
DEATH SENTENCE UPDATE
- Check out this exclusive clip from the Kevin Bacon film
FACES OF TOMORROW 2007
Here's a look at the Lucky 13 who made this year's list

'Things We Lost in the Fire'-Trailer
New Trailer from New Halle Berry & Benico Del Toro Film
THE GOLDEN AGE
Trailer for 'Elizabeth' sequel with Cate Blanchett and Clive Owen
AMERICAN GANGSTER TRAILER
Trailer featuring Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe,
Common, TI, RZA, and Chiwetel Ejiofor,
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FEATURES

Latest Features Additions:
  
AUGUST DVD Releases
Queen Latifah, Vivica A. Fox, and Nia Long have films out on DVD this month


THE DARK KNIGHT update
New images have surfaced online with Joker and Batman


BERNIE MAC news
Mac joins John Travolta and Robin Williams in comedy films 'Old Dogs'.


ICE CUBE news
Ice Cube to do graphic novel '10' for Dimension Films

Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Update
New Tyler Perry Movie starring Tyler Perry, Janet Jackson, Malik Yoba, Jill Scott,


SUPERBAD : An Interview with Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jonah Hill, and Michael Cera
The three leads talk about making this hilarious film and working with Seth Rogen


NOTORIOUS B.I.G news
George Tillman Jr. to direct the biopic of Biggie Smalls while Sean 'Diddy' Combs to be executice producer.



COLUMBUS SHORT news
Short and Channing Tatum to headline a buddy action film for Columbia Pictures.


FALL PREVIEW
Our online colleague, Ropeofsilicon.com, has an early report on the 2007 Fall Season


Romany Malco News
'Weeds' star Malco joins Mike Myers and Jessica Alba in 'The Love Guru"


R U NOTORIOUS BIG?
Casting process begins


A Black Ocean's Eleven?
Director Ratner wants Murphy, Tucker, Rock, and Chappelle in his version


Shoot 'Em Up update
Check out new pics on Clive Owen and Monica Belluci


The Invasion update
Check out pics on the Nicole


RUSH HOUR 3: An Interview with Chris Tucker
Tucker talks about working with Chan again for the third time, and his traveled to Africa with U2’s Bono on a fact-finding tour to help countries plagued with AIDS, hunger, and unsanitary living conditions.


READER REVIEW: THE PINEAPPLE EXPRESS
Cinemablend has an early review on the new Seth Rogen film.


I AM LEGEND: An Interview with Salli Richardson
Richardson talks about her role in the film, shooting in New York, and finding TV work more rewarding than film.


TAMARA TUNIE news

Tamara Tunie is making her feature directorial debut on indie romantic comedy "See You in September".



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Reviews

Latest Review Additions:
  
Rush Hour 3 (in Film)

After a six-year hiatus the dynamic duo is back with Rush Hour 3, and the good news is that it’s well worth the wait

 

Unaccompanied Minors (in Film)

Sophomoric slapstick and scatological potty humor are unlikely to hold the attention of anyone over the age of ten.

 

Descent (in Film)

An intriguing character study which is as much a harrowing mood piece as it is a female empowerment revenge flick.

 

Daddy Day Camp (in Film)

An utterly predictable, unfunny, infantile test of patience and waste of ninety minutes of my life I can never get back. Show me the exit!

 

The Bourne Ultimatum (in Film)

With “The Bourne Ultimatum”, not only is it fast-paced, riveting, but it is probably the best action films to date that doesn’t involved so much special effects.

 

Becoming Jane(in Film)

Moving at times, the film is on the cusp of something great if there was some editing and maybe a little twist in the storyline.

 

El Cantante(in Film)

El Cantante will make the older generation of salsa loyalists proud and generate a whole new legion of fans.

 

The Simpsons-Movie(in Film)

Brilliant, if belated, but be forewarned that The Simpsons, the movie,
is merely The Simpsons, the television show, only on a much bigger
screen and in an extended format.

 

Rock The Bells(DVD Review) (in Film)

Chaotic, yet still somehow a fitting, posthumous tribute to hellraiser ODB.

 

This Is England (in Film)

Worthwhile for the eclectic, retro reggae soundtrack and the brooding, ocean-side panoramas alone.

Who's Your Caddy? (in Film)
It doesn't take a genius to figure out that Who's Your Caddy? is a thinly-veiled, ghettofied remake of Caddyshack.

I Prronounce You Chuck and Larry (in Film)
Adam Sandler and Kevin James ought to be ashamed to be associated with the cinematic equivalent of gay bashing.

Hairspray (in Film)
Hairspray is probably one of the best transitions from stage to screen. From casting to the production design to the musical numbers, it’s aces all around.

Talk to Me (in Film)
As Petey Greene, Cheadle brings hope and courage, and a voice that reflected how the truth should be told.

My Best Friend (in Film)
A satisfying cinematic masterpiece with an invaluable message about the meaning of real relating.


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