Five guys form an R&B group and sing and dance their way to the top of the charts - but can they survive the egos, drugs, booze, wrong women and money?
Rap artists Kid 'n' Play star in this spirited story of kids trying to stage a neighborhood party. Lots of dancing and music!
Lame follow-up to "Saturday Night Fever", in which the young Brooklyn dancer lands a role in a major production, creating a crisis in his love life. Stallone should stick with action flicks!
Pashen (Joyce Walker), being arraigned for solicitation, is about to be rescued by social worker Cora (Diana Sands) when her pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) arrives with bail in Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Social worker and ex-hooker Cora (Diana Sands) drops in on Willie's girls (Norma Donaldson, Juanita Brown et al) for a talking-to in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) is arrested, harassed and exercised by rogue cops (led by gun-wielding Ted Gehring) in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Not much story advance in this otherwise worthwhile scene featuring Martha Reeves reprising the title song and Willie (Roscoe Orman) and his seven bailed-out girls on parade in Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) drops by to tell social worker Cora (Diana Sands) to stop hassling his hookers in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Bell (Roger Robinson) hosts a council of pimps (Ron Henriquez, Nathaniel Taylor et al), gaining support from all except Willie (Roscoe Orman) in an early scene from Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Social worker Cora (Diana Sands) and Assistant D-A Robert (Thalmus Rasulala) do some character exposition and bedroom banter in an early scene from Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) scolds Pashen (Joyce Walker) for getting busted then lectures his staff on what they're supposed to be delivering in WIllie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman, from Sesame Street) has some motivational words for employee Pashen (Joyce Walker) whose production has been off, in an early scene from Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Nominated and screened in various film festivals across the world like Germany’s Stuttgart Film Festival and the Atlanta Film Festival, it is a movie about being thankful at the joy of just staying alive.
Five friends leave their poor neighborhood and head for a new type of music - Motown - in this exciting film starring Diahann Carroll, Leon, and Robert Townsend (who also directs).
Loosely based on the life and times of several R&B artists, The Five Heartbeats traces the rise and fall of a popular African-American 1950s singing aggregation. The story is told by one of the "Heartbeats," played by Robert Townsend. The film is an amalgam of anecdotes drawn from real-life experiences: the long struggle upward, the first rush of success, the dishonest executives, the hard-nosed but nurturing managers, the sex, the drugs, the isolation and the precipitous downward slide.
Play throws Kid the 'mutha' of bachelor parties when the high-haired one decides to get married. Starring Kid 'n Play, TLC and Bernie Mac.
The raucous events leading up to and after the 'mutha' of all urban teen parties. Starring Kid 'n Play and Martin Lawrence. Directed by Reginald Hudlin.
Jon Jon Harris sees a ripe opportunity for a major party when he snags the job house-sitting for his rich Uncle Charles.
a funny and very exciting thing, with strobes and bright colors to enhance the moment, all along side a techno sound track.
When Kid's college money is stolen by a crooked music promoter, Play's solution is to stage the 'mutha' of all pajama parties. Starring Kid 'n Play and Martin Lawrence.
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