Influenced by Thelma & Louise and Waiting to Exhale, this well-crafted Girls N the Hood has social conscience and soul; Queen Latifah gives a career-making performance that should made her a big Hollywood star
The new updated version of Scooby Doo is enjoyable and funny. The art work is well done and overall story is a little different. Instead of traveling from place to place solving crimes, they stay in there home of Crystal Cove solving mysteries. They are guided by a unknown man named Mr. E, like Charlie did with his angels.
Few recent movies have conceived their central female character more contemptuously -- a fanatic for a lifestyle that appears to have come from the bestselling The Rules and someone who is obviously set up for a satiric fall.