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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


Creed: A New Breed – Tessa Thompson talks about the new film

Tessa Thompson talks to Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic about her new film Creed

Creed: A New Breed – Tessa Thompson talks about the new film

Tessa Thompson talks to Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic about her new film Creed

March To SELMA

The wait is over. Ava DuVernay’s SELMA is available nationwide and you just need to go see it. Important historical event, dynamic national leader with amazing current relevance. We all should March to SELMA this weekend.

Lena Waithe says Dear White People more than a film its a “movement”

I got a chance to catch up with Lena Waithe, one of the producers of Dear White People and she has a lot to say about Black Film and the images of Blacks offered by Hollywood. Here is a snippet of the Q&A we had after a showing of the film.

Reggie Ponder reviews Dear White People

Justin Simien goes beyond the linear discussion of race pointing out and poking fun at stereotypes, political incorrectness and general stupidity. The issues are real but the times have been changed to protect the ignorant.

If Justin Simien was looking for a discussion about Race, Dear White People got Princeton Students Talking

Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, saw Dear White people with a group of Princeton University Black Alums while on campus this weekend and he found quite a few students having a lot to say. Here is part of that dialogue.