Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul Sundance 2022 Review: Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown GLOW in Average Satire

Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown in a comedy-drama about a Baptist church scandal sounds like THE TEA, doesn’t it? Well… Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul might’ve bitten off a little more than it could chew. Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul is directed by Adamma Ebo and stars Regina Hall and Sterling K Brown. It follows First Lady Trinitie Childs (Hall) and Pastor … Continue reading Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul Sundance 2022 Review: Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown GLOW in Average Satire

After Yang Sundance 2022 Review: Unique Look at Being Human

One of the greatest details about Science Fiction is its ability to bend reality. After Yang does this but in a way that gives a unique scope in what it is to be a human being. After Yang is directed by Kogonada and stars Colin Farrell, Jodie Turner-Smith, Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja. The story follows a futuristic society where a family attempts to save the life … Continue reading After Yang Sundance 2022 Review: Unique Look at Being Human

‘Resurrection’ Sundance 2022 Review: Rebecca Hall ASTONISHES in Ineffective Thriller

Rebecca Hall has found her niche in the wife character in unhinged, quasi-psycho thriller-horrors. First The Night House, and now Resurrection. Fan of adrenaline-pumping, anxiety-inducing dramas? You’ve come to the right stop at Resurrection, but maybe it took it a pinch too off the rails. Resurrection is directed by Andrew Semans and stars Rebecca Hall, Tim Roth, and Grace Kaufman. It follows successful business executive … Continue reading ‘Resurrection’ Sundance 2022 Review: Rebecca Hall ASTONISHES in Ineffective Thriller

‘The Tax Collector’ Review: The Hardest Movie Watching Experience of 2020

Hey all, it’s been a while!  I wish I could say I am reviewing an exciting movie. Unfortunately, this is the furthest thing from it… The Tax Collector starts off on a bad foot, with graphics that look like they came from a 7th grader looking to make a quick buck. From there, nothing else really improves… so I’ll dive into the one positive first. The … Continue reading ‘The Tax Collector’ Review: The Hardest Movie Watching Experience of 2020

Why the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Franchise SHOULD NOT Be Rebooted

After nearly a decade, since Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl was released in 2003, there has been confirmation from Disney that there will be, not one reboot, but TWO reboots, of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. One is a stand-alone film in the Pirates franchise and it is not considered a sequel, reboot, or spin-off. Margot Robbie is set to star and Birds … Continue reading Why the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Franchise SHOULD NOT Be Rebooted

20 Black Directors Whose Movies You NEED to Watch

  The Black Lives Matter Movement is on the rise. After the murder of George Floyd, people all over the country have peacefully protested in an attempt to end systemic injustices in the USA. We wanted to show you 20 BLACK DIRECTORS whose filmographies (movies and shows)  you need to watch! Some of them are new to the scene, like Nia DaCosta and Tayarisha Poe … Continue reading 20 Black Directors Whose Movies You NEED to Watch

Oscars Postponed to April 2021

Since the beginning of this pandemic, the Entertainment Industry has been in constant motion and have been changing dates, for majority of the films slated for 2020. Earlier today, the Television Academy announced, that the ‘Creative Arts Emmys’ will go virtual, the annual Governor’s Balls that follow those shows and the Primetime Emmys will be canceled for the first time in history. Since the Emmys and the … Continue reading Oscars Postponed to April 2021

Da 5 Bloods Movie Review

Da 5 Bloods is Spike Lee’s newest film and is a vital watch. It brings up issues of black soldiers in the Vietnam war and AFTER, something that is rarely explored. Themes like PTSD, Civil Rights, and War are explored through a modern lens and it is nothing short of wonderful.  The latest joint follows 4 Vietnam war veterans Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clarke Peters), … Continue reading Da 5 Bloods Movie Review

The High Note Movie Review

The High Note is a perfectly composed film that effortlessly shows the production journey in the music industry. It had an authentic feel and a nostalgic atmosphere because of Grace Davis (Tracee Ellis Ross) and her very long, successful music career. The film is about women in different places in the industry, one a superstar and the other an assistant/wannabe producer Maggie Sherwoode (Dakota Johnson). Their … Continue reading The High Note Movie Review