|College Road Trip 2008 G, 83 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy
Director: Roger Kumble
Cast: Martin Lawrence, Raven-Symone, Brenda Song, Kym Whitley, Adam LeFevre, Eugene Jones III, Donny Osmond, Molly Ephraim, Matthew Schlein, Eshaya Draper, Will Sasso, Geneva Carr, Lonny Ross, Margo Harshman, Lucas Grabeel
Illinois police chief James Porter (Martin Lawrence) drives his high-school daughter Melanie (Raven-Symone) to Washington, D.C., for her interview at Georgetown University. But, along the way, more than a few problems await. They get lost and then discover that Melanie's 10-year-old brother Trey (Eshaya Draper) and his pet pig have stowed away in the van, and, of course, they total the van. They get a ride with show-tune singing Doug (Donny Osmond) and his college-age daughter Wendy (Molly Ephraim) and end up on a tour bus where karaoke is the order of the day. By story's end, father and daughter form a bond as lessons are learned during their unique adventure.
|Deliver Us from Eva 2003 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Gary Hardwick
Cast: LL Cool J, Gabrielle Union, Essence Atkins, Robinne Lee, Meagan Good, Mel Jackson, Dartanyan Edmonds, Duane Martin, Kym Whitley, Jazsmin Lewis, Yuri Brown, Royale Watkins, Matt Winston, Ruben Paul, Kenya Moore
Eva (Gabrielle Union) drives her sisters' husbands crazy. Eva raised her three younger sisters and still feels that she must direct their lives. The husbands come up with a solution for the meddling: hire Ray (LL Cool J) to date Eva, move out of town with her, and then dump her. Good idea–until Ray falls in love with Eva.
|House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute 2001 R, 80 min.|
Director: Chris Stokes
Cast: Marques Houston, Jerome Jones, Kelton Kesse, Alexis Fields, David Roberson, Meagan Good, Mari Morrow, Kym Whitley, Dorien Wilson, Chris Stokes, Dwan Smith, Shane Johnson, Buddy Lewis
Teenager Jon Jon Harris (Marques Houston) is house-sitting for his Uncle Charles (David Roberson) who owns a mansion that comes complete with a white Mercedes. Jon Jon sees this as the perfect opportunity to throw a big bash, and he fakes an illness so that he can miss school and have the party. Problems arise when Uncle Charles comes home unexpectedly and finds his home filled with teens in the midst of a BIG party.
|Next Friday 2000 R, 93 min.|
Director: Steve Carr
Cast: Ice Cube, Mike Epps, Tamala Jones, Justin Pierce, John Witherspoon, Don "D.C." Curry, Jacob Vargas, Lisa Rodriguez, Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Kym Whitley, Rolando Molina, Lobo Sebastian, Amy Hill, Clifton Powell, Ronn Riser
In this sequel to 1995's "Friday," Craig's (Ice Cube) father (John Witherspoon) comes up with the solution for hiding his son from jail escapee Debo (Tommy "Tiny" Lister). Craig heads for safety at the Rancho Cucamonga home of his lottery-winning Uncle Elroy (Don "D.C." Curry) and his jittery cousin, Day-Day (Mike Epps). But Craig soon learns that the suburb has its own set of problems.
|The Perfect Man 2005 PG, 100 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Mark Rosman
Cast: Hilary Duff, Heather Locklear, Chris Noth, Vanessa Lengies, Carson Kressley, Mike O'Malley, Dennis DeYoung, Ben Feldman, Aria Wallace, Michelle Nolden, Philip Akin, Jeff Lumby, Monique Mojica, Caroline Rhea, Kym Whitley
Jean (Heather Locklear) has endured a series of bad relationships after which she has packed her household–including teenager Holly (Hilary Duff) and elementary schooler Zoe (Aria Wallace)– and moved on to a new city. But, Holly is tired of changing schools and friends, and she concocts a scheme with her new friend Amy (Vanessa Lengies) in the form of an imaginary secret admirer who will keep Jean intrigued with e-mails and letters via Amy's Uncle Ben (Chris Noth).
|1. College Road Trip (2008)|
2. Deliver Us from Eva (2003)
3. House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute (2001)
4. Next Friday (2000)
5. The Perfect Man (2005)
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