Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son - Review

Does Martin Lawrence really need a reason to wear a dress at this point? »»

Death at a Funeral (2010) - DVD Review

Will Chris Rock have you laughing in the face of death? »»

Death at a Funeral (2010) - Review

More like Soul Funeral then British farce, but that’s not a bad thing »»

Death at a Funeral Urban Remake Gets a Trailer

Death at a Funeral was one of those unsung comedies in the summer of 2007 that got trounced by Superbad and, of all things, Mr. Bean's Holiday. Now Chris Rock puts his own spin on the classic U.K. yarn. »»

Monday Morning Critic - 9.7

On tap this week: -- Holy Crap on a stick -- Societal changes through cinema -- Once upon a time . . . with Jet Li And slightly much more! »»

Are You Ready For Bad Boys 3?

Bad Boys, Bad Boys...whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do when they come for you...again! »»

Chris Rock Heads To A Funeral

Screen Gems and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment have decided it's time to do a remake of the 2007 British comedy Death at a Funeral. Neil LaBute will direct. The ensemble cast will include Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Tracy Morgan, Danny Glover, Regina Hall, James Marsden, Zoe Saldana, Columbus Short, Loretta Devine and Ron Glass. »»

Martin: The Complete Fifth Season - DVD Review

There are a variety of reasons why a television series ends, especially if it can survive past four seasons. Some of the most common reasons are a decline in ratings and the creative team running out of ideas, which often go hand-in-hand. However, more times than not the core cast of actors on a series decides a series' longevity. Actors who carry the show and make it interesting for years and years often have the final say in when that show ends. It happened to both Friends and Seinfeld. There is no doubt that Martin Lawrence carried his TV series in the first four seasons, and it appeared that the show could have continued for as long as Lawrence wanted it to. However, Martin Lawrence's own personal problems pretty much put a nail in Martin's coffin and season five would be the final season of the show. »»

College Road Trip - Blu-ray Review

n recent years, there has been lots of "edgy" comedians that have started to rethink their careers as they have gotten older. They have often decided to tone down their comedy to become "family-friendly". The reason for that is simple: money. Twenty years ago, no one would have imagined that Eddie Murphy would star in at least one funny and semi-successful "family comedy" in Daddy Day Care. The same can be said for Martin Lawrence. Unfortunately for Lawrence, Murphy has also starred in several "family comedy" duds. But Lawrence still appears to be determined to find a winning formula for a "family comedy" as he just keeps making these types of films in recent years. Maybe pairing him up with Disney star Raven-Symoné in a Disney-produced film, slapping on a G rating, throwing in a cute pig, and calling the film College Road Trip will work. »»

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