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Brianna (Senait Ashenafi) is a young African American college student who drops out of school -- against her father's (James Avery) wishes -- to pursue her dream of making it as a professional boxer, despite being a complete novice at the sport. Though she faces strong disapproval from her family and friends, Brianna finds support in the form of her trainer and earns the opportunity to prove her skills to the toughest critic of all -- herself.
"Honeybee" is an action/dram with a dash of humor about a beautiful young woman, Brianna Dukes (Senait Ashenafi), from a well-to-do black family who drops out of college against her family's wishes to pursue a career as a professional boxer. With her loyal trainer Pablo (Pierre Perea) by her side, Brianna struggles to overcome attempts by a disapproving Father (James Avery), an abusive boyfriend (Antwan Mills), a scandalous boxing promoter (victor Carr) and a rival boxer (Corinne Van Ryck) to stop her climb to the top of the boxing world.
This movie is really good and i hope they make more female boxers films because it will be good.Honeybee (Sub)Published on October 2, 2010 by Samuel Johnson III
If you are between the ages of 0 months and 3 years of age or 75 years or older you might find this ' waste of time' to be a thought provoking, star making stunner (what a joke)! Read morePublished on November 13, 2002 by BIG CEDDY
As an established black "Insider" I'm always having to defend my people's work, however it is becoming more and more difficult everytime "Another Black" film fails to entertain. Read morePublished on October 23, 2002 by BIG CEDDY
Honeybee is often overlooked during the award shows, but here is your chance to really see it shine. Read morePublished on September 25, 2002 by P.L.G. Wollfe
This movie was the best I've seen in a long time. Hollywood watch out.. We have some new stars on the rise! The directing was the best I've seen in a long time. Read morePublished on September 25, 2002 by Morwenna