Mar 12, 2013
20 Years Later, CB4 Has More In Common With Today's Hip-Hop Era
Twenty years ago, a movie debuted that tackled the absurdity of Hip-Hop music, it poked fun at the music industry and the depth some will go to become rappers.
A family so funny it hurts
By now, anyone with a TV set has caught a peek of the series. You know, the one about the troubled black family with an uncle who looks like the male version of Madea and comes complete with canned laughter to cue where the viewers should be laughing, especially because they probably aren't? House of Payne producers have shot six seasons of the ... (more)
DVD Extra: 'The Tuskegee Airmen'
Red Tails , the George Lucas-produced World War II film about the African-American pilots who broke the color barrier to become the first to serve in the U.S. Army Air Corps, opens in theaters this weekend.