Or, how John Singleton got his groove back. After the big-budget action of SHAFT, Singleton returns to the place he knows best — South Central Los Angeles — for this warm and very funny companion piece to his explosive debut, BOYZ N THE HOOD. The film opens with a startling, but oddly appropriate, image: A full-grown, African-American man lies curled within a giant womb, suspended somewhere between the world of his mother and a life of his own. The man is Jody (singer, model and MTV VJ Tyrese Gibson), a 20-year-old child in a man's body who, like other adult men who refer to their girlfriends as "mamas" and their homes as "cribs," hasn't matured far past puberty. Jod...