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Television Academy Honors

DL Hughley - Celebrities attend Sixth Annual Television Academy Honors at Beverly Hills Hotel. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 10th May 2013

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Television Academy Honors

D.L. Hughley - Sixth Annual Television Academy Honors at Beverly Hills Hotel - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Thursday 9th May 2013

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D.L. Hughley and guest

'Dancing with the Stars' celebrities arriving for rehearsals

D.L. Hughley - 'Dancing with the Stars' celebrities arriving for rehearsals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 4th April 2013

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Dancing with the Stars Gifting Suite

DL Hughley - 'Dancing with the Stars' Season 16 - Backstage Gifting Suite - Held at CBS Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 17th March 2013

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Comedian DL Hughley is seen strolling in Soho, Manhattan

DL Hughley Tuesday 10th July 2012 Comedian DL Hughley is seen strolling in Soho, Manhattan

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Video - Amy Winehouse was "truly talented" says comedian D.L Hughley


Amy Winehouse, the British singer found dead at her home in London on Saturday (23rd July 2011), is described as "truly talented" by the comedian D. L Hughley. Speaking outside Mastro's Steakhouse in Los Angeles, Hughley was quizzed on why drugs can often "take people out".

Responding to the questions, the comedian explained, "If we all knew what would take us out.we'd probably do less of it", adding, "I was reading an article this morning and her [Amy Winehouse's] mother was saying she just didn't think she would be around this long.and that's unfortunate.she was a truly talented young lady"

Cat Run Trailer


Anthony and Julian are childhood best friends who set up a detective agency, Anthony always wanted to be a chef and Julian's never really had any dreams unless they involve women so logically they thought going into business together would be a good idea.

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The Brothers (2001) Review


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Like many other African-American-targetted flicks like The Best Man and Waiting to Exhale, The Brothers is best when it's trying to be a comedy and comes off as fluffy if not sappy and lame when attempting to teach us more serious lessons about life and love. But this movie about the trials and tribulations of four attractive, successful "buppies" will definitely entertain, and it's sure to rake in the box office cash.

The four "brothers" are commitment-fearing Jackson (Morris Chestnut, who also starred in The Best Man), woman-hating playboy Brian (Bill Bellamy), not-so-happily married Derrick (D.L. Hughley) and reformed womanizer Terry (Shemar Moore). When Terry decides to get married, his boys start sizing up their own lives.

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Scary Movie 3 Review


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There are lots of ways to churn out sequels, particularly comedies. You can speed along like a runaway train to capitalize on a surprise hit -- Miramax rushed Scary Movie 2 into theaters one year after the original's release -- or you can reset and go for broke. The latter approach seems to be the Scary Movie 3 motive, with new writers and veteran parody director David Zucker (Airplane!, The Naked Gun) joining the fray. For its efforts, Miramax gets a perfectly average movie, with fresh moments, lame retreads, and more opportunity for big box office.

Scary Movie 3 sticks with the program: mind-bogglingly dumb characters hustle their way through spoofs of the industry's most popular recent films. It's no mistake that the roasted movies -- in this case: Signs, The Ring, and 8 Mile -- all pull in huge money and attract a young audience.

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Chasing Papi Review


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Director Linda Mendoza's debut film, Chasing Papi, works like this: The movie's three gorgeous Latina leads are dating the same hunky guy, whom they affectionately call Papi (Eduardo Verástegui)--but you already know this from the movie trailer. The women are going to bump into one another at Papi's house in Los Angeles--but you already know this from the horoscope that gets read during the movie's first 15 minutes. For some reason, Papi is going to be unconscious for most of the movie--which you've already figured out from the extended shot of the scotch he just used to chase down a handful of tranquilizers. And finally, the women are going to end up fighting over him and eventually learning something about themselves in the process--which you know because, well, this is what passes for comedy these days.

As if this wasn't enough, there's another plotline running through the movie. To get to Los Angeles in the first place, one of the women, Cici (Sofía Vergara), offers to drive her friend's boyfriend's car from Miami to Hollywood, where it is to be delivered to two guys in a parking lot. Sure enough, the two guys turn out to be criminals of some unspecified sort who get angry when they can't find a bag of cash that was stashed in the car. The FBI gets thrown into the mix and, apparently, fun and laughs are supposed to ensue.

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The Brothers Review


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Like many other African-American-targetted flicks like The Best Man and Waiting to Exhale, The Brothers is best when it's trying to be a comedy and comes off as fluffy if not sappy and lame when attempting to teach us more serious lessons about life and love. But this movie about the trials and tribulations of four attractive, successful "buppies" will definitely entertain, and it's sure to rake in the box office cash.

The four "brothers" are commitment-fearing Jackson (Morris Chestnut, who also starred in The Best Man), woman-hating playboy Brian (Bill Bellamy), not-so-happily married Derrick (D.L. Hughley) and reformed womanizer Terry (Shemar Moore). When Terry decides to get married, his boys start sizing up their own lives.

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The Original Kings of Comedy Review


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Spike Lee has the uncanny ability of dropping his audience into exciting, possibly unfamiliar, territory and The Original Kings of Comedy is no exception. If you've never experienced a racial cauldron (Do the Right Thing), life in the urban projects (Clockers), or the Million Man March (Get on the Bus), Spike brings it, with a style and storytelling skill that is sometimes unmatched. This new Lee experience is all laughs: four top-of-the-line, old school comics tour the country, sell out arenas, and gross $37 million in two years. Heard of it? Probably not. Welcome to Spike's latest, a concert documenting two nights of killer comedy in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Original Kings of Comedy is the most successful and unique comedy tour ever staged, and many Americans have never heard of it. Starring four black comics, and delivering the goods to a primarily black audience, the Kings have performed in large, coliseum venues, and now look to the big screen for new converts and more widespread popularity. There's the WB's Steve Harvey, the likable ringleader; D.L. Hughley, another sitcom star, who's a harsher, fluid jokeman; Cedric the Entertainer, a multi-talented performer and partner of Harvey's; and Bernie Mac, an imposing, popular, sharp-tongued cursefest. Lee, shooting the film on ten digital video cameras, brings some additions to the concert footage, with the Kings plugging the show at a local radio station, riding in a limo, and hanging backstage at the gig.

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