Sunday, 14 February 2021 by occasio
Judas & the Black Messiah pulls back the curtain of COINTELPRO and explains how the FBI used one man to damage the progress being made in the inner city of Chicago.
The Legend of Tarzan There is so much that could be said about this film. This could be an article critiquing the Great White Savior complex of Tarzan. Trust me there are plenty out there (and most written by white people). This will simply be a review of latest film in the long history of
Sooooo I recently (this past Wednesday) went to see the art-house movie, as it’s been forcefully gift-wrapped as, ‘By The Sea’. It was a one-woman show as far as development (Angelina wrote, starred, and directed it) Let’s just say I’ve made a definitive decision. [O by the way…. this is NOT a movie review piece….
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When the name Quentin Tarantino is mentioned… What comes to mind? An innovative filmmaker, brilliant screen writer, immaculate film editor…. A cinema dynamo with a in-your-face bravado? Or An abrasive out-of-line, often times divisive, gratuitous violence-loving, masterfully insensitive race-baiter who has absolutely ZERO CHILL (translation: no tact what-so-ever)? This week T Magazine, as part of
How often do we get real science fiction on TV. I decided to watch Ascension on a whim based on the annoying Netflix recommendation. Let’s just say I was pleasantly surprised. I truly had a Netflix experience and watched the entire miniseries in 2 sittings. Granted it was only 6 episodes but these were
HBO premiered a new series titled “Ballers” executive-produced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. This show reminds me of two previous HBO shows that I really enjoyed, “Arliss” and “Entourage”. The show does stand on his own by not quite being either one of the previous. It is a unique blend of both drama and comedy. The first
The television industry has learned that you don’t have to wait until the fall to start your new season. You can simply start your shows any time of the year and the Summer is prime for new premieres. Another new trend in American TV is the limited run mini series. That is at least the
It seems as if we are in a renaissance for Black Film. Don’t get me wrong, we have always had quality black films that were available but they were usually very niche. To be a successful black film you had to be directed towards the church or an urban stereotype. Recently we have seen a