Flicks of the Week: Omari Hardwick Sparks One Woman's Artistic Voice In Things Never Said

The actor stars in "Things Never Said" on BET Star Cinema.

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Things Never Said Premieres, Thursday at 9P/8C

House of Bodies Premieres July 16 at 9P/8C - Terrence Howard stars as a detective seeking to get to the bottom of a string of murders that end up right at his front door.(Photo: Flavor Unit Entertainment)

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House of Bodies Premieres, Wednesday at 9P/8C

Photo By Photo: Flavor Unit Entertainment

Stomp the Yard, Thursday at 7P/6C - Columbus Short stars in this flick about college and greek life. Encore presentation on Friday at 2:30P/1:30C.(Photo: Screen Gems)

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Stomp the Yard, Monday at 7P/6C

CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, Tuesday at 7:30P/6:30C - Keke Palmer, Lil' Mama and Drew Sidora recreate the iconic music history of TLC. Take a peek at other musical films.   (Photo: VH1)

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Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story, Tuesday at 7:30P/6:30C

The Best Man (1999) - Hall played Candy in this seminal rom-com classic. Her performance as a surprisingly wholesome exotic dancer won her the heart of Harold Perrineau's character, Murch, and also got audiences to take notice.  (Photo: Universal Pictures)

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The Best Man, Thursday at 7P/6C

Being Mary Jane, Saturday at 12P/11C - Gabrielle Union's dealing with love, lost and lust.   Take a look at the actress and her wonderful life played out in film.(Photo: BET)

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Being Mary Jane, Friday at 10A/9C

Set It Off, Wednesday at 7P/6C - Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Kimberly Elise and Vivica A. Fox are women on a mission. Encore presentation on Thursday at 3P/2C.(Photo: New Line Cinema)

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Set It Off, Friday at 7P/6C