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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.
Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, talks to film critic extraordinaire about movie to watch while at home.
Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, caught up with Lost Gurl stars Simeon Henderson & Kristin E. Ellis at the 2019 Black Harvest Film Festival. They talk about their characters, the film overall and what it was like working together.
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
Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic interviews Cedric The Entertainer & Ice Cube about their new film BarberShop The Next Cut.
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.
This week’s movie is Dope, the new film by writer director Rick Famuyiwa. Is it Dope?
Rick Famuyiwa, Kiersey Clemons and Allen Maldonado talk to Reggie Ponder, about their new film, DOPE.
That’s right, Dope was shared at the 2015 ABFF. But not puff, puff, pass, pass or snort or sniff, or even shoot up. It was ingested in cinematic form, that is. While I can’t review the film yet, I can say the stars came out and even had fun at the Old School party with D-Nice on the one’s and two’s.