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LisaRaye McCoy - Photographs from the Premiere of movie drama "Lap Dance" which was held at the ArcLight Cinema in Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 8th December 2014

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Lisaraye - Sister 2 Sister Magazine 25th Anniversary Party at The Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 8th November 2013

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Lisaraye Thursday 22nd October 2009 LisaRaye McCoy-Misick leaving Longmi Hair salon Beverly Hills, California

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Civil Brand Review


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Civil Brand might think that it carries an inspiring message about courage, hope, and sacrifice, but it's really nothing more than pieces of other movie's messages pasted together. Civil Brand wants to be The Shawshank Redemption, Last Dance, and The Green Mile, but instead comes off as made-for-TV fare, which is no surprise given the fact that director Neema Barnette has helmed nothing but. To call it preachy would be an understatement; the film wants to be a rowdy, boisterous bible-thumping preacher from the south -- and it has the energy and conviction to be one -- but it forgets to bring an original sermon to the altar.

As Frances Shepard (LisaRaye) enters Whitehead Correctional Institute -- a maximum-security prison for women -- she does not fit in with her fellow inmates, who are hardened criminals, drug-addicts, and murderers. She was a young mother and nurse, but after accidentally killing her abusive husband, she was convicted of murder. Fellow prisoner Little Momma (Lark Voorhies) -- 17 years old and pregnant, and also the prison's resident preacher -- quickly befriends and informs her that she's just joined the most lucrative businesses in the country: the prison industrial complex.

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The Wood Review


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In its first five minutes "The Wood" looks likeit's going to be a breaking-the-fourth-wall disaster, as Omar Epps ("TheMod Squad") narrates to camera, explainingto the audience that it's two hours and ticking until his best buddy'snuptials and the groom is AWOL.

Epps is not a good narrator -- at least at first. He lookslike he missed a rehearsal and has been stuck reading cue cards.

But the day is saved with the entrance of Richard T. Jones("Event Horizon"), as another groomsman who helpsEpps find their cold-footed friend (Taye Diggs) and talk him back to thealter.

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Civil Brand Movie Review

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Civil Brand might think that it carries an inspiring message about courage, hope, and sacrifice,...

The Wood Movie Review

The Wood Movie Review

In its first five minutes "The Wood" looks likeit's going to be a breaking-the-fourth-wall disaster,...

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