Though it has its flaws, a great deal of imagination makes this the best “real” superhero film since M. Night Shyamalan’s UNBREAKABLE.
The stage may be new for Af-Am Shakes, but August Wilson’s script is as timely as ever.
No joke: comedian Jordan Peele made the best American horror film in decades.
August Wilson’s Pulitzer-winning classic finally gets the excellent film adaptation it deserves.
Want to know why Black people don’t trust police? Ask a Black person… like me.
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Charles Lewis III, breaking his own format. “I wonder if anyone ever notices the cross and Virgin Mary in my hand?” “Definitions belong to the definers, not the defined.” – Toni Morrison, Beloved This is about race. You don’t wanna read…
You know that line between “providing creative criticism” and “being a self-hating sell-out”? It’s not as thin as you think.
It’s very telling that a British director and star would tell such a blatantly American story about the human spirit.
Rich White woman says a something bad and doesn’t see what the big deal is. There’s a reason for that…