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In this episode the critics discuss the movies Luca, Fatherhood and Miss Juneteenth. We also discuss the issue of colorism in the Latinx community as an outgrowth from the movie In The Heights.
The critics discuss the movie Concrete Cowboy. We all liked it for a variety of reasons and hope more people see the film as more than a movie because it reclaims the rich history between Blacks and horses.
This week Shawn Edwards, Kathia Woods, Emmanuel Noisette and I talked about the movies Godzilla vs Kong, and Concrete Cowboy We also discussed the new series Them. And as usual, we talk about industry issues.
This week, the critics discussed, the movies Blithe Spirit, I Care A Lot, and Truth to Power. We also discussed, diversity in the industry and how there is so much lip service and not deep systematic diversity within the film industry – extending to film critics.
The critics discuss the life and legacy of Cicely Tyson and the movies The Little Things and Supernova.
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.
The Critics talked about Borat Subsequent MovieFilm, Over The Moon and The Witches. They also discussed the numerous documentaries about people of color.
This week the critic talk about three films: Black Box, Yellow Rose & The Forty Year Old Version. In this version we add Carolyn Hinds to the mix of Shawn Edwards, Kathia Woods and myself. We discussed, debated and had some fun. Check us out!
This week the conversation got a bit heated and it wasn’t me. The fire came when discussing The Boys In The Band. Did we like it? well check out the discussion. We also talked about the romantic dramady On The Rocks. And talking about romance Peter Souza’s The Way I See It is a love letter to President Barack Obama and we talk about the bro-mance.
This week the critics discuss Antebellum and Alone. Shawn Edwards declares this week a bad week for women and Kathia Woods and Lonita Cook agreed citing these too films as problematic. I chimed in too so check out the show and let us know your thoughts.