RATING: 4/5 [SPOILERS] The biographical and long-spanning epic of one of the most prominent figures in the Civil Rights Movement.
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.
RATING: 2.5/5 [SPOILERS] A man caught between the conflicts of good and evil must make the right decision in order to save his dying mother. If director Neill Blomkamp made a superhero movie, this would be it.
RATING: 1.5/5 [SPOILERS] Two high school students, who have dreams of being big, build time machines. But when something dramatic happens, it is there the two embark on an adventure to try and undo the event. Hard to believe that Spike Lee was apart of this “family-friendly” flick.