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    Nobody’s Fool Film Review

    Nobody’s Fool Film ReviewPosted by Wilson Morales November 2, 2018 When you have one of the hottest comedians on screen presently and you now have the freedom to do an R-rated comedy, it should be a recipe for success, especially coming from a proven director like Tyler Perry. Say what you want about his Madea […] More

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    Night School Review

    Night Schoolby Wilson Morales September 28, 2018 What happens when you can get the hottest comedians in town right now and put them in a film together? When you think of Kevin Hart, coming off the success of Jumanji, and the blazing hot Tiffany Haddish, who bursted into stardom after Girls Trip, one would expect […] More

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    Nappily Every After Film Review

    Nappily Every After Film ReviewBy Dominga Martin September 21, 2018 Sanaa Lathan takes black girl magic to a new level in empowering new film. Hair. Self Love and Romance take center stage in the new Netflix romantic comedy “Nappily Ever After” based on the novel by Trisha R. Thomas. The film stars everybody’s homegirl Sanaa […] More

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    Film Review: BlacKkKlansman

    Film Review: BlacKkKlansmanBy Wilson Morales August 10, 2018 Just when some thought he probably had nothing left in the tank, here comes a film that puts a revolutionary filmmaker back at the forefront of Hollywood and ready to “wake up” everyone to reality For most of his film career, director Spike Lee has injected hot […] More

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    Film Review: Dog Days

    Film Review: Dog Days By Sade Graham August 8, 2018 In theaters today, Dog Days is the quintessential romantic comedy, a nice family outing to the movies, kind of film. Directed by actor/director, the ‘comedy director’ is what they call him, Ken Marino, the movie Dog Days expands on the intertwining lives of a few perfect […] More

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    Film Review: Escape Plan 2: Hades

    Film Review: Escape Plan 2: Hades Posted by Wilson Morales June 28, 2019 Sylvester Stallone’s career has been on the upside since he “came back” with The Expendables franchise. While those films weren’t critically well received, he did manage to bring a number of action stars from yesteryear and that itself was the sell. Then […] More

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    Tribeca 2018 Review: Bobby Kennedy For President

    Tribeca 2018 Review: Bobby Kennedy For PresidentPosted by Dominga Martin April 28, 2018 Documentarian Dawn Porter shares an intimate portrait of Robert F. Kennedy from the perspective of black and underserved communities. It’s only been 50 years since the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, yet watching this bold documentary, “Bobby Kennedy For President” helmed by […] More

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    Tribeca 2018 Review: Nigerian Prince

    Tribeca 2018 Review: Nigerian Princeby Dominga Martin April 26, 2018 What’s the 419? First time feature filmmaker Faraday Okoro debuts his film NIGERIAN PRINCE exposing the underground world of scamming. After receiving a scam email in his college inbox, Director/Writer Faraday Okoro was inspired to tell the untold story of email scamming, inspired by his […] More

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    Tribeca 2018 Review: Egg

    Tribeca 2018 Review: EggBy Dominga Martin April 23, 2018 Provocative dramedy makes debut at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival taking the audience into a dinner party where guests do everything but walk on eggshells. Director Marianna Palka (Good Dick, Bitch) helmed the story which takes place over the stretch of a day in Brooklyn. Egg. A […] More

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