Red Bull Media House, in association with MSP Films, presents Days Of My Youth, a new action-packed film that examines every skier’s lifelong affinity for the sport and proves that skiing can keep you feeling young for a lifetime.
Set in the 1800’s, the town of Flat ridge is over run by a band of outlaws looking for lost treasure said to be buried somewhere in town. In their quest for dominance, the outlaws kill Sally, a whore who happens to be the sister of Rachel and a 1/5 member of the Roses Gang. With the weight of grief on her heart, Rachel decides to shed her new found religious faith to bring vengeance upon her sister’s killers. After placing Sally to rest, she goes in search of her former posse to assist her in the reckoning of the outlaws wrong doing.
Vivica A. Fox sizzles as a woman scorned who plans to get her man back by any means necessary. In this comedy about players and those who “get played.” As corporate overachiever and all-around fly chick Shanté Smith, Fox thinks she’s got the goods to keep her slickster boyfriend (Morris Chestnut) from straying – until he discovers a greener pasture, Shanté’s archrival (Gabrielle Union)
Nightclub manager Darnell Wright is a perpetual playboy who is almost as devoted to his job as he is to the pursuit of beautiful women. After he sets his sights on the ultra-classy Brandi Web, he launches an all-out assault to win her heart. Ultimately, charm, lust and passion prevail, but Darnell learns the hard way that when you play, you pay. Brandi is much harder to get rid of than she was to get–especially when she realizes that she has a rival vying for Darnell’s affection. When he finally decides to call it quits, Brandi becomes an obsessed femme fatale stalking the new love of her life.
Panther is a semi-historic film about the origins of The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. The movie spans about 3 years (1966-68) of the Black Panther’s history in Oakland. Panther also uses historical footage (B/W) to emphasize some points.
Russell Walker is a young, successful manager of rap performers, handling acts for the Krush Groove label, including Run-DMC and The Fat Boys. When Run-D.M.C. has a hit record and Russell needs more money to press more copies, he borrows it from a street hustler and soon regrets his decision.