Movie Marathon Weekend July 27

Kick back, relax and watch a few great films.

As Aaron in Death at a Funeral

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Death at a Funeral - Premieres Sunday at 5:30P/4:30C.(Photo: Sony Pictures)

Are We There Yet? (2005) - After declaring war and then peace with Hollywood, Ice Cube came full circle in the acting arena and certified himself as a family movie star. Leaving his khakis and Chucks far behind, Cube's wholesome comedy reunited him with his Boyz N the Hood co-star Nia Long as they grossed over $82 million with this kid approved flick. Two years later they dropped another $50 million in the pot as Cube burned Hollywood down and rebuilt it back up to his liking.(Photo: Columbia TriStar)

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Are We There Yet? - Saturday at 10A/9C. (Photo: Columbia TriStar)

Kingdom Come, Monday at 10P/9C

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Kingdom Come - Saturday at 12:30P/11:30C. (Photo: Fox Searchlight)

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 -  Saturday at 2:30P/1:30C. (Photo: New Line Cinema)

Rickey Smiley: Live in Atlanta

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Rickey Smiley: Live in Atlanta - Sunday at 10:30A/9:30C.(Photo: Courtesy Amazon)

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The Perfect Holiday (2007)

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Perfect Holiday - Sunday at 12P/11C.(Photo: Destination Films) 

For Colored Girls  - In 2010, Khalil Kain starred in the Tyler Perry crafted For Colored Girls, where he played Bill, the love of interest of co-star Anika Rose's character, Yasmine. Watch #BLX: In New York With Khalil Kain(Photo: Lionsgate)

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For Colored Girls - Sunday at 2:30P/1:30C.(Photo: Lionsgate)