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FOX TV's Empire premiere event

Darius McCrary - FOX TV's Empire premiere event - Arrivals at ArcLight Cinerama Dome Theater - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 7th January 2015

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Darius McCrary and Tammy Brawner shopping at The Grove

Darius McCrary and Tammy Brawner - Darius McCrary and fiance Tammy Brawner shopping at The Grove in Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 10th September 2014

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Darius McCrary and Tammy Brawner
Darius McCrary and Tammy Brawner
Darius McCrary and Tammy Brawner

Dynamic & Diverse: A 66th Emmy Awards Celebration of Diversity Event at Television Academy

Darius McCrary - Dynamic & Diverse: A 66th Emmy Awards Celebration of Diversity Event at Television Academy - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 13th August 2014

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"Mindless Behavior: All Around The World" Premiere

Darius McCrary and family - "Mindless Behavior: All Around The World" Premiere - arrivals - Universal City, California, United States - Sunday 10th March 2013

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Darius McCrary Thursday 3rd May 2012 'Anger Management' wrap party hosted by Charlie Sheen at Planet Dailies

Kingdom Come Review


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When LL Cool J stars in a movie with a title like Kingdom Come, you expect to see car chases, stuff getting blown up, that sort of thing. Instead, we get a fairly average, seen-it-before, family comedy that has its moments as well as its problems -- just like the clan in the movie.

When the Slocumb family patriarch -- evidently an ornery sonofabitch -- keels over in front of wife Whoopi Goldberg, it sets off a Slocumb pilgrimage back to the tiny town of Lula for a weekend of last respects. But, like most extended families, there is friction, conflict, and the occasional secret.

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Kingdom Come Review


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Director Doug McHenry strikes an impressively deft balance between slapstick and subtlety, satire and sincerity in the dysfunctional family funeral comedy "Kingdom Come."

Combining earnestly conflicted devotion with over-the-top raillery in much the same way "All In the Family" once did, the story concerns a clan called the Slocumbs gathering in their rural home town to say goodbye to an irascible patriarch. Daddy Bud, as he was known, was so universally disliked that his wife (Whoopi Goldberg) actually wants his headstone engraved with the eulogy "mean and surly."

The dead man's eldest son Ray Bud (LL Cool J) was probably closest to him, but his most vivid memory is of Daddy Bud ridiculing him over his drinking problem -- a problem he licked some time ago, although the stress of the funeral may cause a relapse.

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