It’s a silly picture, yet wonderfully enjoyable. And the gang’s all here—even those “killed” in prior films.
The directorial debut of screenwriter Tina Gordon Chism, who previously penned "Drumline" and "ATL," is brisk, affectionate mainstream entertainment.
Baz Luhrmann’s lush remake is a cluttered, overlong mess in which the former child star happens to be spectacular.
Stephen Vittoria’s "Long Distance Revolutionary" explores Abu-Jamal’s history, yet omits the fateful night that led him to Death Row.