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March Madness Movie of the Month : 6th Man (1997)


March is a month forcefully controlled by college basketball. Fuck it! Im not complaining. The opportunity to win a few extra dollars from your roommates and play sports guru is worth every minute of it. On the other side of things movies never tend to capture the essence and sheer chaos that ‘March Madness’ entails. Brackets aside, the #WatchDeez March Madness Movie of the Month is the 6th Man.



This 1997 comedy comes with laughs and scenes of sadness as the star player passes in Hank Gathers fashion. From this point, Kenny Tyler (Marlon Waynans) must find a way to balance his unrelenting connection with his brother with the real world issues of being the point guard of the Washington Huskies. Things turn up as the spirit of Antwon (Kadeem Hardison) returns to finish the tournament run with the team. Of course, a beautiful woman is involved as a local sports reporter begins to catch scent of the supernatural. Kenny is forced to make a decision between his team, his brother, his girl, and the love for the game.

  • Coolest Part : When the Huskies played Flex Washington and the Gtown Hoyas
  • Best Character: Kenny Tyler – Marlon Wayans
  • Hot Girl : R.C. St. John – Michael Michele
  • Movie in 1 Word : Buckettttt





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‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Will Set Up Sinister Six Sequel


For all you Spidey Fans….

Originally posted on Variety:

With two more “Amazing Spider-Man” sequels slated for 2016 and 2018, it’s only fitting that the upcoming Spidey pic “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ will introduce the villains for The Sinister Six movie.

“At the tail end of this movie we set up some of the other characters that will probably end up being in the Sinister Six,” Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal told Entertainment Weekly in this week’s cover story. “We’re going forward on all fronts.”

According to EW, star Andrew Garfield is a fan of Venom, Doc Ock, Vulture and Kraven so any of those baddies could comprise the villain universe.

Meanwhile, producer Avi Arad spilled details about the Venom movie and the titular villain’s moral ambiguousness to SFX a few weeks ago.

“Venom hated only one guy – Spider-Man,” Arad told SFX. “He wasn’t innately bad, he was a shortcut guy, not really into fighting hard for…

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