Release Date:  8/11/17; Netflix
Genre:  Comedy
Rating:  NR
Running Time:  Unknown
Director:  Michael Tiddes
Studio:  Wayans Alvarez Productions, Netflix

Cast: Marlon Wayans, Regina Hall, Dennis Haysbert, Reginald Swope, Loretta Devine, Neil Brown, Jr., Dave Sheridan, Cory Hardrict, Jwaundace Candece.

Story:  Rob Anderson (Wayans) is all set to marry the girl of his dreams (Hall), but can’t quite get to the altar. Every time he comes close, he finds himself waking up naked in his hotel elevator, forced to relive the beginning of his wedding day over and over again.  Source:  Movie Insider Photo:


Dear White People

Dear White PeopleRelease Date:  2/3/15 (DVD); 10/17/14 (Theatrical Release)
Genre: Comedy/Drama
Rating: Not Available
Running Time: 100 mins.
Studio:  Duly Noted/
Homegrown Pictures
Director: Justin Simien

Cast:  Tyler James William (Lionel Higgins), Tessa Thompson (Samantha White),  Teyonah Parris (Colandrea Conners), Brandon P. Bell (Troy), Kyle Gallner (Kurt), Dennis Haysbert (Dean).

Story:   Dear White People follows the stories of four black students at an Ivy League college where a riot breaks out over a popular “African American” themed party thrown by white students. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, the film will explore racial identity in “post-racial” America while weaving a universal story of forging one’s unique path in the world. (Source(s):; official site,

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Life Of A King

Life of A KingRelease Date: February 11, 2014 (DVD);
January 17, 2014 (In Theaters & VOD)
Genre: Drama
Rating: PG-13
Running Time: 102 mins.
Studio: Millennium Entertainment
Director: Jake Goldberger
Cast: Cuba Gooding, Jr. (Eugene)
Dennis Haysbert (Searcy)
LisaGay Hamilton (Sheila King)
Malcolm M. Mays (Tahime)
Story: True story of one man’s inspiring mission to better the lives of inner-city youth in Washington, D.C. After being incarcerated for 18 years, Eugene Brown established the Big Chair Chess Club to help pull kids off the streets. Using the simple chess-inspired motto “think before you move,” Brown helped give troubled students something that he never had: a future. (Synopsis taken from Millennium Entertainment.