Lady Beware starring Diane Lane, Cotter Smith, Edward Penn, Michael Woods, Peter Nevargic, Tyra Ferrell
A young urbanite deals with her boyfriend's violent death by wrapping herself up in her poetry. Jackson's film debut!
Controversial tale of the conflicts that arise when a married black professional has an affair with his Italian secretary.
Serio-comedy about an inter-racial two-man basketball team who hustle money in half-court street games. Often hilarious script and exciting performances by all, especially firecracker Perez!
A Pittsburgh window dresser's sexually suggestive displays draw the unwanted attention of a mentally disturbed man.
A private eye becomes the bodyguard of a beautiful reporter being pursued by a Japanese mob.
When a convicted cop killer is sentenced to die in the electric chair, the prosecuting attorney has a change of heart and fights to save the life of the woman she condemned.
A pregnant woman seemingly dies after her alleged rapist and is charged with the crime.
Doughboy (Baha Jackson), Tre (Desi Arnez Hines II), Ricky (Donovan McCrary) and Chris (Kenneth A. Brown) encounter a dead body and tough teenagers in John Singleton's Boyz N The Hood, 1991.
Tre (Cuba Gooding Jr.) on the way home from a barbecue encounters a troubled mother (Ceal), gangsters, and his dad Furious (Laurence Fishburne) in John Singleton's Boyz N The Hood, 1991.
The fullest version of the Bob Dylan song which shares the movie's name, performed by Lola (Sheryl Lee Ralph) with Quinn (Denzel Washington) in the audience from The Mighty Quinn, 1989.
Reva (Angela Bassett) brings son Tre (Desi Arnez Hines II) to live with father Furious Styles (Lawrence Fishburne) in and early scene from John Singleton's Boyz N The Hood, 1991.
Caribbean police chief Xavier Quinn (Denzel Washington) storms into the office of the Governor (Norman Beaton), angry about interference in his investigation in The Mighty Quinn, 1989.
The chilling opening sequence from John Singleton's Boyz N The Hood, 1991, followed by some kids roaming South Central L.A. in 1984.
Island police chief Quinn (Denzel Washington), rushing to a crime scene, runs into local hoodlum and childhood pal Maubee (Robert Townsend) in director Carl Schenkel's The Mighty Quinn, 1989.
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