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THE REEL CRITIC ROUNDTABLE: The Green Knight and Jungle Cruise

This week the critics discuss the movies The Green Knight and Jungle Cruise. We also discussed Industry issues and spotlighted shows/movies we are watching. Kathia Woods, Kay-B and Reggie Ponder The Reel Critic.

The Reel Critic Roundtable: RIP Samuel E. Wright

The Critics highlight the achievements and impact of Academy Award winner Samuel E. Wright. He was best known for the voice of Sebastian in The Little Mermaid.

The Reel Critic Roundtable: Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Genius: Aretha and Tina

This week Shawn, Kathia, and I talk about the movies Zack Snyder’s Justice League (and we disagree), Genius: Aretha (and there are some STRONG opinions), and the documentary Tina (I think we agreed). We also talked about if The Golden Globe Awards Show needs to be replace given their lack of diversity and systemic issues, the importance of the NAACP Image Awards and some needed changes, and Disney’s decision to drop the movie Black Widow in Theaters and on VOD simultaneously. Lively discussion. #film #movies #ElevateBlackVoices

The Reel Critic Roundtable

The Reel Critic Roundtable: Chadwick Boseman Impact, Tenet & Mulan

The week the critics discuss Tenet and Mulan. But before Kathia Woods, Shawn Edwards, Sharronda Williams and myself talked movies, we were joined by Michele Prettyman Ph.D. (Assistant Professor Mercer University Scholar of Film, Race and Visual CultureMedia Consultant) and Terri Prettyman Bowles (writer, content curator and a co-founder of Daughters of Eve Media) to talk about the loss and the impact of Chadwick Boseman. suffice it to say, while he will be missed he left a footprint that will live forever.

The Critics discuss Chadwick Boseman, Tenet and Mulan

Are Marvel Fans Ready For The End Game?

Can you believe it? After over 20 film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe it all comes down to this, Avengers: End Game. The much anticipated follow-up to Avengers: Infinity War is finally here and the question is “are Marvel fans ready for the End Game?” This film will surely answer some questions and spark some others. It will make you laugh, cry and cheer. 3 hours looked to be too long but after exiting the theater it was hard to say so long to this chapter of the MCU.

In Reality End Game found Space for Soul and Power, showcasing heart as well as action. It is worth your Time and will play with the emotions of the Mind. You will come for the characters and story, get caught up in the journey, be excited about the action and leave with uncontained satisfaction. A cinematic Marvel and the crown jewel of the Universe. A Must See! Four out of 4 reels

Reggie, The Reel Critic , reviews Avengers: The End Game


Dumbo Has To Have Smarts To Be Successful AT The Box-office

This reincarnation of a Disney classic has to find a way to make Dumbo as exciting as its predecessor while addressing the backlash regarding circuses and animals in captivity. While Dumbo does fly, the movie doesn’t soar.

Mary Poppins Returns — In Great Fashion

When I heard that there would be a Mary Poppins sequel I was like “say it ain’t so! They can do nothing but mess up a classic.” Well, Marry Poppins returns in great fashion and here is my review: