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Returning to the blaxploitation world in 1975, director Matt Cimber employed a different type of crime-fighting vibe for "Lady Cocoa." Replacing violence with conversation and confrontation, the feature is more a character-based thriller, finding inspiration in behavior and attitude while the story slowly builds moments of suspense. Star Lola Falana is an apt focal point for the picture, bringing chirpy moxie to the effort, greatly enhancing its charms as periodic inertia sets in, watching Cimber try to build a nail-biter that merely samples excitement. Read the rest at


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