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Monday, January 14, 2008

The Box: A Movie By Writer Director A.J. (Joe) Kparr

Joe Kparr's first movie, "The Box," is a film noir tour de force. Kparr, pictured above with one of the actresses in the film Anjelah Johnson, wrote and directed this excellent detective drama. The film stars Gabrielle Union and Giancarlo Esposito and the basic plot is: a home invasion where thugs are in search of millions in stolen money goes wrong and Union and Esposito as homicide detectives seek answers by interrogating the only two survivors, a thief and a victim. Of course there are twists and turns in this film that will surprise you. The writing is superb, the acting by the entire cast is excellent and the cinematography is first rate.

"The Box" Trailer (Purchase - Turner Classic, Amazon.com, tbs, eBay)

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(Photo courtesy Anjelah Johnson-More Photos)
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