This dumb, derivative teen slasher movie rarely raises pulse even at height of mortal peril.
Nicely cast ensembler is pacey entertainment that hardly puts a foot wrong.
Warner Bros. has hired Malcolm Spellman to write a feature based on the classic TV show "Soul Train."
"Soul Food" serves up family melodrama-cum-comedy that's tasty and satisfying, if not particularly profound or original. Distinguished by some very funny individual scenes and strong ensemble work…
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