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Shemar Moore and Shawna Gordon - THE 46th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium - Pasadena, California, United States - Friday 6th February 2015

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Shemar Moore and Shawna Gordon
Shemar Moore and Shawna Gordon
Shemar Moore and Shawna Gordon
Shemar Moore and Shawna Gordon

Shemar Moore - Shemar Moore appears on Extra at Universal Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 8th October 2014

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Shemar Moore and Kirsten Vangsness - Disney Media Networks International Upfronts held at The Walt Disney Studios Lot - Arrivals - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Sunday 19th May 2013

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Shemar Moore and Kirsten Vangsness
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CBS Exec Nina Tassler Defends Criminal Minds Against Criticisms Of Excessive Violence


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A month after the shooting at Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut, the ripples continue to spread.

This time, the CBS network has come under fire on the topic of onscreen violence. Their programming, featuring mainly criminal drama and crime shows in general, has raised some concerns over brutality in the media. However, during the Television Critics Association press tour, entertainment chief Nina Tassler defended the network, saying that execs were sensitive towards these types of concerns. According to the Associated Press, Tassler stated that, while the shows on CBS do feature some violence, the paradigm is that the good guy always wins and the bad guy goes to jail.

In her statement, Tassler vehemently defended the CBS show “Criminal Minds”, saying that it was unfair of NBC exec Robert Greenblatt to single out the programme. She also admitted that it wasn’t a show for kids. Of course, these types of shows do exist and debates like this one raise the question of whether TV violence is the sole culprit behind real-life brutality and whether cancelling shows like 'Criminal Minds' would actually change anything. Coming from an executive at a rival network, these criticisms do sound a bit hollow and self serving and one has to wonder – did Greenblatt really have just the safety of children in mind when he made the comment?

Shemar Moore and Cannes Film Festival Wednesday 16th May 2012 during the 65th Cannes Film Festival

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Shemar Moore and Cannes Film Festival
Shemar Moore and Cannes Film Festival
Shemar Moore and Cannes Film Festival
Shemar Moore and Cannes Film Festival
Shemar Moore and Cannes Film Festival

Shemar Moore and Kirsten Vangsness - Shemar Moore, Kirsten Vangsness Tuesday 6th September 2011 at Paley Center for Media Beverly Hills, California

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Shemar Moore, A.j. Cook, Joe Mantegna, Kirsten Vangsness, Matthew Gray Gubler, Paget Brewster and Thomas Gibson
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Shemar Moore, Joe Mantegna, Matthew Gray Gubler and Thomas Gibson
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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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The Brothers Review


Good
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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Diary Of Mad Black Woman Review


Unbearable

"Diary of a Mad Black Woman" is an obscenely hypocritical comedy-drama that climbs high on a rickety soap box to loudly preach Christian values, then turns around to cheer on its wronged-wife heroine as she takes cruel revenge against her once-abusive husband -- after he becomes crippled and helpless.

But the movie is mired in one-dimensional characters, stereotype humor, cheap sentiment and simplistic life lessons long before it trips over its insultingly disingenuous double standards.

Thirty-three-year-old Kimberly Elise (who looks 26 at most) plays Helen, a gorgeous, gutless doormat whose cartoonishly evil, ultra-wealthy defense-attorney husband of 18 years (was she married at age 15?) throws her out of their mansion so his gold-digging mistress can move in.

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The Brothers Movie Review

The Brothers Movie Review

Like many other African-American-targetted flicks like The Best Man and Waiting to Exhale, The Brothers...

Diary Of Mad Black Woman Movie Review

Diary Of Mad Black Woman Movie Review

"Diary of a Mad Black Woman" is an obscenely hypocritical comedy-drama that climbs high on...

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