Spike Lee directs an all-star cast in this compelling look at a group of men traveling together to attend the Million Man March in Washington, D.C.
The Wood movie trailer - starring Omar Epps, Taye Diggs, Richard T. Jones, Sean Nelson, Trent Cameron. Directed by Rick Famuyiwa. Genre: Drama
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Three friends visit an inner city funeral parlor to pick up a drug stash. Inside, they meet a strange mortician who gets his kicks in a very different way. As if the hood wasn't already scary enough.
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Avery had it all: his beautiful girlfriend, Krista, a young son and a full scholarship ahead of him. But in the blink of an eye, it was all taken away. What started as a night out with his buddies ended with the shooting of a cop and Avery behind bars. He's innocent, but that doesn't matter in a place that has its own set of rules. As Krista works to prove his innocence, Avery struggles to survive the day-to-day hardships of prison life. In the tradition of "Oz" comes a story of what it takes to get by in the toughest place on earth, starring Richard T. Jones (The Wood), Gabriel Casseus (Black Hawk Down), De'Aundre Bonds (3 Strikes), Melissa De Sousa (The Best Man), Bill Nunn (Spider-Man) and rap superstar Master P.
Lockdown follows a trio of young men who must cope with life in prison after they are unjustly found guilty of a murder and botched robbery.
Avery's dreams of becoming a swimming star vanish when he and his pals are framed for a crime. They each adapt to prison life differently while Avery's wife and a talent scout interested in him work tirelessly to free the trio from prison.
Lots of guys have second thoughts about marriage. Three hours before his wedding, Roland (Taye Diggs) is having third, fourth and fifth thoughts. Good thing he's got best buddies Slim (Richard T. Jones) and Mike (Omar Epps) around to help sort those feelings out– and to remember their coming-of-age days in "The Wood" (Inglewood, California). From the big dance to first love, the rites of passage that are part of everyone's growing up are winningly chronicled in this unforgettable tale of laughs and friendship that's set to the most memorable musical grooves of the '80s.
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