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Arnold & Morgan Know Their Way to the City by the Bay

In the second part of EM’s “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” INTERVIEWS, I sat down with two more stars of this amazing film. Rob Morgan plays James Sr., the father of Jimmie played by Jimmie Fails and Tichina Arnold who plays Jimmie’s aunt Wanda. And away we go!

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Proud Mary About Kick Some A$$ On Home Video!

Taraji P. Henson is ‘a hit woman working for an organized crime family in Boston, whose life is completely turned around when she meets a young boy whose path she crosses during a professional hit.

Proud Mary is available now on Digital, and Blu-ray and DVD arrive on April 10th.

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Touch’s Danny Glover Knows Connections!

Fox’s Touch [Thursdays, 9/8C] is a series that explores the interconnectedness of everyone and everything in the world through the story of Martin Bohm [Kiefer Sutherland], a single father and his silent, genius son, Jake [David Mazouz]. Helping him to understand how to communicate with his son is retired university professor, Arthur Teller [Danny Glover].

Danny glover recently took a few minutes out if his busy schedule to discuss the themes of the show and Teller’s part in Martin and Jake’s journey.

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Touch Is Fresh And Ambitious And Entertaining!

Tim Kring’s new series, Touch, marks Kiefer Sutherland’s return to primetime television. In it, he plays Martin Bohm, single parent to Jake – a remarkable ten-year old boy who has been misdiagnosed as autistic, but is something… more.

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Be Kind Rewind: Michel Gondry’s Most Commercial Film!

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Michel Gondry [Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind; The Science of Sleep] makes post-modern films that are usually more about subtext than what you see onscreen. While that may be true of Be Kind Rewind, there is so much on the surface that audiences won’t really need to understand the subtext to have a good time.

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