Malcom X Denzel

When We Were Kings Muhammad Ali

Cry Freedom Denzel

Lumumba ?

Harlem Knight Richard, Eddie, Redd Foxx,
Its too damn bad that peeps up in here haven't read the starting thread on how to play this movie name game.They're just throwing in any movie that comes to mind.
yeah your right.

Original rules from Lox:
"Let's start a new game.I will name a Black Film and a Black star who appeared in the movie and the person who responds must name a new Black Film with that star, plus another."
well I'll start it back up again with ZAKAR'S last movie...

Harlem Nights with Richard, Eddie, Redd Foxx,

my pick:

Coming to America-Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall and James Earl Jones.
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Originally posted by ZAKAR:
Malcom X Denzel

When We Were Kings Muhammad Ali

Cry Freedom Denzel

Lumumba ?

Harlem Knight Richard, Eddie, Redd Foxx,


You were suppose to name a movie with either lela rochon or vivicia a. fox in it plus another black actor in the film with them (because i posted that before you) .
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Originally posted by 4YAINFO:
"SET IT OFF" with Jada Pinkett-Smith and Kimberly Elise.


you were suppose to name a movie with allen payne or mario van peeples and another black actor( because ddouble used those actors above you)
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Originally posted by ZAKAR:
"The Spoke Who Sat By The Door"


My aunt took me to see this when I was s kid. I didn't get it. 9

Claudine
Sparkle
The Book of Numbers
Cornbread, Earl and Me
Cooley High
Star Wars (Episode V): The Empire Strikes Back--James Earl Jones and Billy Dee Williams

Mahogany-- Billy Dee Williams and Diana Ross
"Miami Vice (2006)" with Jamie Fox as Tubbs (made Philip Michael Thomas's portrayal look like a little bitch) and Barry Shabaka Henley as Castillo (very poor choice in my opinion to play the part but he's a brother nonetheless).
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Originally posted by zodo:
"BLUE COLLAR" (1978) Rchard Pryor and Yaphett Kotto


"Stir Crazy" (1980) Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. Directed by Sidney Poitier



"Uptown Saturday Night" (1974) Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby
~Boomerang. I liked the "world" that they existed in ---- was there even a white face in the movie ANYWhere? I don't think I can remember even seeing them during "street" scenes. Even the mailroom clerk (Chris Rock) was "up and coming". Black kids were getting positive reinforcement (from Halle Berry's character community work), and the Lady Eloise and Strang`e corporate accounts were all black. And then the obvious: comedy, ol'school element, the luv story, the situational irony (s) in the script. The whole thing from start to finish. Classy and entertaining all on its [black] own, and without being Blaxploitation. appl~
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Originally posted by zodo:
"Wizard of Oz" (1978) with Dianna Ross and Nipsy Russell.


You can tell zodo is a young buck. Listen, zodo, the proper name of the movie is 'The Wiz'.
Hi, Cynthia2008. Welcome to AA.org.

To play the game, you have to mention a film with a black actor and one other black actor or director, then the next poster adds another film with the actor, and the next one, and so on...

You have Will Smith in "Hancock," so I'll add after that...

"Bad Boys II"--Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
fro This is NOT a black movie per se....but! "In the Case of Benjamin Button" is an excellent movie which despicts the black woman in this film VERY favorably....including the black men- even though the period is during the Jim Crow era. I watched every second of it with excitement and huge interest. And yes..it was looooonnnng! Almost too long...except! That it is a great saga of human journey. This is the best I've seen in while. I recommend it. In fact, it is money well spent considering how much it costs nowadays to see a good movie. fro

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