Mo'nique attending the premiere of David E. Talbert's new movie Almost Christmas - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 3rd November 2016
It's everyone's favourite time of year, the Christmas holidays when families come together every year to celebrate the birth of Christ, what could possibly go wrong? In the case of the family in Almost Christmas, everything! This new Christmas comedy film directed by David.E Talbert follows the story of how a beloved patriarch asks his family for a Christmas all together stress free, where they all get along.
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The 47-year-old actress recently revealed why she has only made one movie since winning the best supporting actress Oscar almost five years go.
In 2010 Mo'Nique won the Academy Award for best supporting actress for her role in the drama flick 'Precious,' but instead of propelling her career to new heights, the 47-year-old actress has only mad one film since then.
Mo'nique with her 2010 best supporting actress Oscar
During a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Mo'Nique explained that she feels her lack of movies roles since winning the Oscar is down to her unwillingness to campaign for the prestigious award before the ceremony took place.
Continue reading: Mo'Nique Claims She Was "Blackballed" By Hollywood After 2010 Oscar Win
Watch the trailer for Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire
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A movie that preaches dishonesty, trickery and manipulation as the keys to romantic happiness, "Two Can Play That Game" is populated by pathetically shallow "players" of both sexes and very talented actors trapped by their skin color in a tired genre of self-perpetuating stereotypes.
"Two Can Play" is about a successful black ad executive (Vivica A. Fox) who thinks her man, a successful black lawyer (Morris Chestnut), may be running around on her. Her solution for shaping him up (rather than confronting him and having an adult conversation or just leaving to find someone better) is to launch into a 10-day plan that includes breaking up, not returning his calls, making sure he sees her with other men, going to his house, getting him hot, then leaving, and a whole litany of other vindictive head games.
Of course, all of this is meant to be risqué and amusing, but in fact it just makes the movie's heroine look like the kind of shrill, immature, self-centered strumpet whom no man in his right mind would want to be saddled with.
Continue reading: Two Can Play That Game Review
It's everyone's favourite time of year, the Christmas holidays when families come together every year...
Watch the trailer for Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire Precious is the...
A movie that preaches dishonesty, trickery and manipulation as the keys to romantic happiness, "Two...