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'Soul Kittens - Cabaret'
(Fantasia Barrino, Faith Evans, Nicci Gilbert, Terrell Carter, Chrystale Wilson, et al / DVD / NR / 2010 / IMAGE Entertainment)

Overview: Fueled by the bright lights and illusion of fame, we follow seven women on their journey to self-discovery as they struggle with temptation, personal demons and false promises. While trying to revive Detroit’s hottest club in town, the Soul Kittens take customers on the ride of their lives with sultry sex appeal and silky vocals. Along the way, the Soul Kittens learn the real meaning of sisterhood from the yin and yang of reasoning, Good Conscience (Fantasia Barrino) and Bad Conscience (Faith Evans).

DVD Verdict: The story of 'Soul Kittens - Cabaret' is one that takes you down the road of human life struggles ... of running a show and keeping yourself on the good narrow path. Here, as one could kind of expect, Fantasia and Faith are definitely well matched as a pair of singers that leave you wanting more of them on screen.

OK, sure there are some cheesy sets, some overly-long sung numbers (and yes, 'Cabaret,' I'm talking to you!), and YES, all of Fantasia's tattoo's do get to become an eye sore before the halfway point, but that all said and 'Soul Kittens - Cabaret' still is made all the more watchable when she (Fantasia) lights up the play with her voice.

The stage play is set at a Detroit nightclub filled with all types of temptations, personal demons and false promises. Some parts I found very funny and yet other times I was left, well, not caring, bored even. But I have to say, overall, it is a very enjoyable DVD to put in and get involved within the spirit of. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs and comes with the Special Features of:

Photo Gallery
Deleted Scenes