Flicks of the Week: Beyoncé Cracks the Code in 'Pink Panther'

Bey stars in "The Pink Panther," Wednesday at 12P/11C.

The Pink Panther Premieres, Wednesday at 12P/11C

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The Pink Panther Premieres, Wednesday at 12P/11C - Beyoncé is about to solve a huge crime. (Photo: MGM)

Honey, Monday at 12P/11C

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Honey, Monday at 12P/11C - Jessica Alba's dancing to stardom. Take a peek at other hot dance flicks. (Photo: Universal Pictures)

Queen Latifah, Set It Off - Latifah had already landed small roles in Juice and Jungle Fever, but her turn as a bank robber in 1996's Set It Off showed that she was ready for more screen time, leading the way for her Oscar-nominated role in Chicago and other acclaimed films. She doesn't have a star on Hollywood Boulevard for nothing. (Photo: New Line Cinema)

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Set It Off, Monday at 2P/1C - Some circumstances require your life. Take a look at a few Black gangster films now. (Photo: New Line Cinema)

Deliver Us From Eva, Saturday at 11A/10C

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Deliver Us From Eva, Monday at 7P/6C - Gabrielle Union battles love. Encore on Tuesday at 12P/11C. Take a look at other films where characters wage war on love too. (Photo: Baltimore/Spring Greek Pictures)

Soul Men (2008)

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Soul Men, Monday at 9:30P/8:30C - Bernie Mac and Samuel L. Jackson got soooooouuuuul. Encore on Tuesday at 2:30P/1:30C. (Photo: Dimension Films)

Just a Hip Hopera - Before the frontwoman of Destiny's Child went solo, she stepped into the spotlight as the lead in MTV's movie musical Carmen: A Hip Hopera, which was derived from the opera Carmen and the 1954 film Carmen Jones starring Harry Belafonte and Dorothy Dandridge. Before this point, who really expected Beyonc? to act? It took us by surprise, but we soon learned Bey would show and prove to be a triple threat in many movies.  (Photo: Carmen Productions)

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Carmen: A Hip Hopera, Wednesday at 2:30P/1:30C - For Beyoncé love is a game. Take a peek at other films where love is a game of chess. (Photo: Carmen Productions)

Little Man, Wednesday at 7P/6C

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Little Man, Wednesday at 7P/6C - The Wayans bros. are up to no good...again. Encore on Thursday at 2:30P/1:30C.(Photo: Revolution Studios)

Meet the Browns (2008)

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Meet the Browns, Thursday at 5P/4C - There's nothing like family. Encore on Friday at 11:30A/10:30C. Take a peek at other Black family flicks now!(Photo: Tyler Perry Company)

The Preacher's Wife, Thursday at 7:30P/6:30C

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The Preacher's Wife, Thursday at 7:30P/6:30C - Whitney Houston lights up the screen. Encore on Friday at 2P/1C. Take a look at other Gospel-themed films. (Photo: Touchstone pictures)

The Little Richard Story, Sunday at 9:30P/8:30C -  The Five Heartbeats star, Leon will swings and sways as the Rock & Roll great, Little Richard!(Photo: Fox Television Studios)

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The Little Richard Story, Thursday at 10:30P/9:30C - One of the greatest to ever do it! Encore on Friday at 9:30A/8:30C. (Photo: Fox Television Studios)

Preacher's Kid, Tuesday at 12:30P/11:30C - LeToya Luckett's faith is challenged. View other gospel themed flicks. (Photo: Epidemic Pictures)

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Preacher's Kid, Friday at 7A/6C - LeToya Luckett's walking by faith. Restore your faith with these Gospel-themed films. (Photo: Epidemic Pictures)

Why Did I Get Married? - Relationships aren't for everybody, but love makes everything possible, but that doesn't mean that people don't question their decisions like the characters did in Why Did I Get Married?(Photo: Courtesy Lions Gate Pictures)

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Why Did I Get Married?, Friday at 5P/4C - Love needs to be reminded why it exists. Encore on the same day at 11P/10C. Take a peek at other Black love films. (Photo: Lionsgate)

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Madea's Big Happy Family, Friday at 8P/7C - Madea's back! Take a look at other crazy, funny and emotional Black family films. (Photo: Lionsgate)