RATING: 2.5/5 A film student is walking on a thin line between being free or being sent to jail for many years. A movie with a great cast, but had mediocre end results. Performances throughout ranged from decent to good. The standouts to me were Steven Harmon (played by Kelvin Harrison Jr.) and Mr. HarmonContinue reading “Monster (2018) Review”
RATING: 4/5 An FBI informant is tasked to learn and behave like a Black Panther Party member to get close to revolutionary Fred Hampton. Director Shaka King’s showcases wonderous talent with his first mainstream smash hit. Daniel Kaluuya did a fantastic job at portraying Fred Hampton. For starters, I didn’t know a single thing aboutContinue reading “Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) Review”
RATING: 4/5 Four famous 20th century African-Americans, from different backgrounds, spend the night at a hotel and have intense talks about what it means to be who they are and it how it impacts the world they live. Regina King, as an actress, she nails it. As a debut director, I’m looking forward to herContinue reading “One Night in Miami (2020) Review”
RATING: 3.5/5 [SPOILERS] The life of four New York City teens grows more perilous when one assumes power in an ugly way. A debut for both director Ernest R. Dickerson and Tupac Shakur’s acting career, to which both shine through.