The Critics, Kathia Woods, Shawn Edwards and myself discuss the Regina King directed movie One Night In Miami. One Night in Miami is the story of four men who confront their challenges, their triumphs and theirs hopes. It is a reimagining of the real life gathering of of Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Jim Brown and Muhammad Ali (then known as Cassius Clay) the night Clay upsets heavy weight campion Sonny Liston. One Night In Miami is based on the award winning play by the same name. The film stars Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge & Leslie Odom Jr.
This week the critics: Kathia Woods, Shawn Edwards and myself discussed the MLK/FBI documentary, Outside the wire and One Night In Miami. We also discussed a few issues surrounding streaming including the closing of Family Video, Netflix releasing a new movie every week in 2021 and the fact that Mandalorian becomes the first non-netflix show to top Nielsen streaming chart.
In this episode the critics discuss Wonder Woman, Promising Young Woman and Pieces of A Woman.
The Reel Critic Roundtable: Sylivie’s Love, One Night In Miami, Lover’s Rock, Miss Juneteenth and More
This week we pack in a list of films we just didn’t get to discuss and we discuss some films which just made an impact on us.
The Critics look at 5 movies and we had so much fun. We discussed two of Steve McQueen’s new films in his new release of five films, Mangrove and Red White and Blue. We also discussed Frances McDormand in Nomadland, the film Mank, and the documentary Dear Santa. Then the critics discussed some issues including Warner Bros putting their entire 2021 slate on HBOMAX and James Corden accused of gay-face.
This week, the critics talk about Jingle Jangle, The Life Ahead and Uncle Frank. We also discuss many current issue including Alex Trebeck, Waiting To Exhale TV Series and Woke being greenlit for a second season.
The Critics talked about Borat Subsequent MovieFilm, Over The Moon and The Witches. They also discussed the numerous documentaries about people of color.
Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, interviews Sonia Lowman About her new film Black Boys. BLACK BOYS illuminates the spectrum of black male humanity in America. An intimate, inter-generational exploration, BLACK BOYS strives for insight to black identity and opportunity at the nexus of sports, education and criminal justice.