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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.
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.
I don’t know about yall and not sure I know about US. But this is another Jordan Peele film with some important messages wrapped in horror and gore. If you don’t leave fearing yourself you will leave knowing that the worst gang is a doppelgäng. Deliberate, Disturbing, Deserving.
Worth the risk? The risk of getting teary-eyed; The risk of coming to care about these characters; The risk of going to a movie other than a superhero flick. Five Feet Apart is about a girl standing in front of a boy asking him to love her. The problem is their love is a risk of life and death as their bouts with cystic fibrosis requires they stay at least six feet apart from each other.
Oh yeah, I was excited when I knew they were about to bring Captain Marvel to the big screen. I love the fact that Marvel has so many different characters and female superSHEROS! The Question, is it MARVELous?
Got Superhero Fatigue? Well this film should prove to be a cure for that!
Keesha Boyd, Executive Director, Multicultural Consumer Services, spoke with ReggiePonder, The Reel Critic, about movies and Comcast’s commitment to African American content.
Reggie Ponder speaks with writer/director Orlando Bishop about his new TVOne film Dinner for Two.
WakandaCon: Reggie Ponder catches up with Allison Manswell – connecting the Black Panther Movie to lessons we can use in our careers
This sequel to An Inconvenient Truth lives between despair and hope. Despair in that we have surely done damage to this planet and even if people don’t believe the science they are experiencing the dramatic effects. Hope in that we can do something about this issue. Directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk give us a hard pill to swallow yet a prescription for recovery. See what they have to say about the film and what we can do.