Movie Fanatic has a fantastic prize pack from One Village and RLJ Entertainment for three lucky readers that features three films and a One Village water bottle!
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From This Day Forward
Patrice and Corrine are two sexy, confident women with great relationships, but they've got it all wrong when it comes to love. Before they drive their men crazy, they've got some tough lessons to learn about trust and fidelity, if they hope to make love last. Starring Leon, Essence Atkins, Vanessa Simmons and Antwon Tanner, From This Day Forward is the fresh and funny look at romance, run-ins and bad decisions.
14-year old Gertie (Victoria Elizabeth Staley) is single-handedly raising her little sister, Izzie (Kyla Kenedy). Orphaned after their mother's death, the two girls are secretly living on their own, attempting to stay under the radar so they can remain together. Meanwhile Gertie's new teacher, Mrs. Freeman (Vanessa Williams), and her husband (Rockmond Dunbar) struggle with their inability to have a child. Both Gertie and Mrs. Freeman have fallen from faith, but can these two "broken" families find renewed devotion by coming together? Gifted with an inspired cast and an uplifting message, Raising Izzie will touch your heart with the healing power of faith and family!
With news of their grandmother's passing, a group of sisters come together to pick a song to honor their grandmother's legacy at her memorial service. While cleaning out her attic, they find old memories celebrating her life and contributions to their family and the community. In the process, they are reminded of many songs that trace the history of Black women, spanning from the days of Jim Crow, the Girl Groups of the '60s, female empowerment of the '90s and the challenges of today's youth. With hits including Oh…Happy Day, Precious Lord, Stormy Weather, R.E.S.P.E.C.T., Say a Little Prayer, Tyrone, I Have Nothing, Single Ladies, and A Woman's Worth, Sistas tells the evolutionary story of African-American women through popular music.
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