Independence Day Movie Marathon

Catch a few summertime flicks for Independence Day weekend!

Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood

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Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood - Thursday at 8A/7C.(Photo: Lions Gate Entertainment)

White Men Can't Jump

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White Men Can't Jump - Thursday at 10A/9C.(Photo: Twentieth Century Fox)

2. He Was in A Cult Basketball Movie - He starred in Above the Rim with Tupac Shakur and Marlon Wayans.   (Photo: New Line Cinema)

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Above the Rim - Thursday at 12P/1C.(Photo: New Line Cinema)

Janky and Just Wrong - Mike Epps, Ice Cube and Young Jeezy left audiences in stiches in the comedy Janky Promoters. Who knew that Young Jeezy caught the acting bug. Hopefully we see more from him!(Photo: Dimension Films)

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Janky Promoters - Thursday at 2P/1C.(Photo: Dimension Films)

Higher Learning (1995) - John Singleton put Cube in the acting game and made sure he didn't leave his homey out in the cold when it came time for his third film. Making sure O'Shea Jackson wasn't type cast, Cube played a militant college student this go 'round with thoughts of rebuilding a Black Wall Street while facing racist skin heads and a racial profiling university. Co-starring Omar Epps, Laurence Fishburne, Tyra Banks, Busta Rhymes and Michael Rapaport, Higher Learning has grossed nearly $40 million and topped the box office in January 1995 as Cube proved he was bankable once more.(Photo: Columbia Pctures)

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Higher Learning - Thursday at 4P/3C. Encore on Friday at 12:30P/11:30C.(Photo: Columbia Pictures)

All About The Benjamins (2002) - Ice Cube and Mike Epps' collaborations make them one of the best comedic actor/straight man duos of all time. Picking back off with the banter they created in the Friday franchises, this action comedy was also written and produced by the N.W.A lyricist and showed the West Coast king shedding his gangster shell even more.  (Photo: New Line Cinema)

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All About the Benjamins - Thursday at 6:30P/5:30C. Encore Friday at 3P/2C.(Photo: New Line Cinema)

2009 - Second Generation's Damien Dante directed Dance Flick, which featured Damon Wayans Jr., Shawn, Marlon, Keenen and George Gore.(Photo: Wayans Bros. Entertainment)

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Dance Flick - Friday at 8A/7C.(Photo: Paramount Pictures)

We the Party: April 6 - Mario Van Peebles directs this Breakfast Club-style drama about a group of Los Angeles multiracial teens who grapple with class, sex, bullying and finding themselves in the Obama era. Stars Mandela Van Peebles, Snoop Dogg and Salli Richardson-Whitfield.(Photo: Courtesy Movieweb)

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We the Party - Friday at 10A/9C.(Photo: Xlrator Media)

The Wash - Saturday at 3P/2C.(Photo: Lions Gate Films)

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The Wash - Friday at 5:30P/4:30C.(Photo: Lions Gate Entertainment)

Winner Takes All - One of Ice Cube's more recent box-office smashes is Lottery Ticket, where he starred alongside of "Mr. 106," Bow Wow, Terry Crews and Loretta Divine.(Photo: Dimension Films)

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Lottery Ticket - Friday at 7:30P/6:30C.(Photo: Alcon Entertainment)