1. ‘The Brothers’

Shemar Moore, Bill Bellamy, D.L Hughley and Morris Chestnut pose for a picture during the post-premiere party for the NAACP Image Award-nominated film.

2. ‘My Wife and Kids’

It’s been 20 years since we’ve been telling people ‘Eh, no’ and we have Michael Kyle (Damon Wayans) to thank!

3. ‘Rush Hour 2 ‘

Rush Hour 2 grossed $347.3 million worldwide and is the highest-grossing film in the franchise.

4. ‘Scary Movie 2’

It was a family affair during the premiere of ‘Scary Movie 2’! The film was directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans and starred Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans, and Regina Hall.

5. ‘Down To Earth’

The fantasy-comedy was written and starred Chris Rock alongside Regina King and had a $30 million budget but went on to gross $71 million.

6. ‘One On One’

The NAACP Image Award-nominated show introduced us to the one and only Flex ‘Flad-Dap’ Washington as he navigates being a single father.

7. ‘Baby Boy’

Tyrese Gibson and Taraji P. Henson reminding us of the early 2000s fashion during the premiere of their film debut.

8. ‘Save the Last Dance’

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the film, Kerry Washington wrote in an Instagram post that “Playing Chenille changed my life.” The film debuted at number one at the North American box office and made $27.5 million in its opening weekend.

9. ‘Hardball’

Michael B. Jordan’s first film, ‘Hardball’ was a sports comedy-drama that grossed $44.1 million worldwide.

10. ‘Ali’

The 3x NAACP Image Award-winning movie followed the life of Muhammad Ali from 1964 to 1974. As a result of its high production and marketing costs, the film lost Columbia Pictures approximately $100 million.

11. ‘The Bernie Mac Show’

As he raised his nieces and nephew and addressed America, ‘The Bernie Mac Show’ ran for five seasons and won an Emmy award and three NAACP Image Awards.