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Just A Touch of Little is Big Enough

What Little lacks in story telling, heart tugging and depth is compensated for in the command Marsai Martin has over this film. Just a touch of Little is Big enough to buy a ticket.

If Beale Street Could Talk…It Would Tell You a Few Things

This is a beautiful love story wrapped in tragedy and injustice.

If Beale Street Could Talk Review

Keesha Boyd Talks To Reggie Ponder About Comcast’s Commitment To African American Content

Keesha Boyd, Executive Director, Multicultural Consumer Services, spoke with ReggiePonder, The Reel Critic, about movies and Comcast’s commitment to African American content.

SouthSide With You Writer/Director Richard Tanne Talks with Reggie Ponder

Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, take with Richard Tanne, Driter/Director of the new film Southside With You – Michelle Robinson’s and Barack Obama’s first date. “Tika made me aware that we are going to show people who look like her falling in love on screen which became a significant reason to make this movie” – Tanne

 

BarberShop The Next Cut: Same Style, lots of Drama

Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic interviews Cedric The Entertainer & Ice Cube about their new film BarberShop The Next Cut.

Sanaa Lathan thought she had The Perfect Guy

Sanna Lathan talks to Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, about her film The Perfect Guy. Does she find him? Can she handle him? Did she want him in the first place? You might have to watch the film to get all the answers but Sanaa was willing to give us a peek behind the screen.

High on DOPE – Reggie Ponder reviews new film

This week’s movie is Dope, the new film by writer director Rick Famuyiwa. Is it Dope?