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DVD'S DVD'S DVD, 18 Movies, 12 DVD's - $11 (College Station)

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DVD'S DVD'S DVD, 18 Movies, 12 DVD's

1) NEXT FRIDAY: In this sequel to the urban comedy Friday, rap music star Ice Cube returns as Craig Jones, a streetwise man from South Central Los Angeles who has a knack for getting into trouble. This time out, Craig is still trying to outsmart neighborhood bully Debo (Tommy "Tiny" Lister Jr.); after Craig gets the better of Debo in a fist fight, Debo is determined to flatten Craig in a rematch. Looking to stay out of Debo's way, Craig decides that it would be a good time to visit his cousin (Mike Epps) and uncle (Don "DC" Curry), who have recently won the lottery and moved into a spacious new home in the suburbs.

Audience Score: 76%
Rated: R

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2) Double Feature:

A) WHITE CHICKS: Rated PG-13
B) MO' MONEY: Rated R

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3) FIRST SUNDAY: Gospel-minded playwright David E. Talbert produces, writes, and directs this urban crime comedy concerning a pair of criminals who take a group of church parishioners hostage while attempting to rob the holy house, only to find their captives slowly convincing them to repent and give up their lawless lifestyles. Durell (Ice Cube) and Lee John (Tracy Morgan) are two best friends with a special knack for petty crime. Upset at discovering that his ex-girlfriend is planning to move out of state with the couple's young son, Durell knows that the only way to keep his fractured family in close proximity to one another is to raise the 17,000 dollars needed to pay off her growing debt.

Audience Score: 57%
Rated: PG-13

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4) LIFE: Comedians Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence team up for a story that wouldn't appear to have many immediate humorous possibilities -- two men serving life sentences in prison for a crime they did not commit. Life opens in Harlem in 1932, where Ray Gibson (Eddie Murphy) is a small-time con man in debt to Spanky, a gangster (Rick James). Ray spots would-be bank teller Claude Banks (Martin Lawrence) at a gambling spot and, figuring him for an easy mark, lifts his wallet -- only to discover Claude is broke. Ray and Claude's mutual need to raise some cash brings them together when Spanky offers them a job bringing back a load of moonshine from bootleggers in the deep south.

Audience Score: 77%
Rated: PG-13

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5) RIDE ALONG: Kevin Hart and Ice Cube lead the lineup in Ride Along, the new film from the director and the producer of the blockbuster comedy Think Like a Man. When a fast-talking guy joins his girlfriend's brother-a hot-tempered cop-to patrol the streets of Atlanta, he gets entangled in the officer's latest case. Now, in order to prove that he deserves his future bride, he must survive the most insane 24 hours of his life. For the past two years, high-school security guard Ben (Hart) has been trying to show decorated APD detective James (Cube) that he's more than just a video-game junkie who's unworthy of James' sister, Angela (Tika Sumpter).

Audience Score: 58%
Rated: R

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6) Triple Feature:

(A) HELD UP: Rated: PG-13
(B) THE WASH: Rated: R
(C) THE COOK OUT: Rated: PG-13

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7) DIARY OF A TIRED BLACK MAN: Director/screenwriter Tim Alexander details the increasingly complex relationships between black men and women in this controversial comedy detailing one man's quest to find the perfect mate. James is a successful and single black man who longs to find love. The only problem is that every black woman James dates seems to have serious anger issues. Tired of all the drama that goes along with dating black women, James makes the decision to begin dating outside of is own race. As James is about to find out, however, this decision comes with its own new, and entirely unique, set of problems.

Audience Score: 75%
Rated: R

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8) HALF BAKED: It's dopey time, again, in this pat-addled buddy movie that will scare you straight with its humor.

Audience Score: 81%
Rated: R

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9) BLACK OR WHITE: BLACK OR WHITE is the story of a grandfather (Academy Award (R) winner Kevin Costner) who is suddenly left to care for his beloved granddaughter. When her paternal grandmother (Academy Award (R) winner Octavia Spencer) seeks custody with the help of her brother (Anthony Mackie), the little girl is torn between two families who love her deeply. With the best intentions at heart, both families fight for what they feel is right and are soon forced to confront their true feelings about race, forgiveness, and understanding. Anchored by an all-star cast and based on real events.

Audience Score: 65%
Rated: PG-13

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10) THINK LIKE A MAN: Based on Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Think Like a Man follows four interconnected and diverse men whose love lives are shaken up after the ladies they are pursuing buy Harvey's book and start taking his advice to heart. When the band of brothers realize they have been betrayed by one of their own, they conspire using the book's insider information to turn the tables and teach the women a lesson of their own.

Audience Score: 79%
Rated: PG-13

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11) 4 Movie Spotlight Series

(A) CB4 THE MOVIE: Rated R
(B) HBOW TO BE A PLAYER: Rated R
(C) TRIPPIN': Rated R
(D) UNDERCOVER BROTHER: Rated PG-13

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12) B.A.P.S: Two waitresses from Decateur, Georgia hit Tinseltown in hopes of fulfilling their dream of opening a restaurant/beauty salon and instead become close friends with an ailing and lonely millionaire who takes them shopping and teaches them social graces. They in turn restore his will to live.

Audience Score: 79%
Rated: PG-13

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