Reel Shorts | Olympus Has Fallen

22 03 2013

Olympus

Director Antoine Fuqua’s follow-up to his gritty police drama, Brooklyn’s Finest is a rousing patriotic, no-holds barred action thriller that puts a new, yet predictable spin while simultaneously updating the Die Hard blueprint for a new generation in the jingoistic, Olympus Has Fallen. Read the rest of this entry »





Reel Caricature | Morgan Freeman

11 03 2013

Freeman

Here is a caricature of actor, film director, and narrator Morgan Freeman, courtesy of my buddy and artist, Kerry Johnson and featured on his Pinterest page. Read the rest of this entry »





Reel Shorts | The Dark Knight Rises

18 07 2012

Eight years after sacrificing himself to give Gotham the hero it deserved, Batman must now overcome his own self doubts and a formidable new foe to redeem himself and the city he loves in The Dark Knight Rises. Read the rest of this entry »





Reel Images | The Dark Knight Rises

7 07 2012

The tagline for the one of the summer’s most anticipated films is “The Legend Ends.” In less than two weeks, director Christopher Nolan’s vision will be fully-realized when The Dark Knight Rises arrives in theaters. Read the rest of this entry »





Perry is the New Alex Cross?

1 02 2011

Earlier today, director Tyler Perry released his second new poster for his upcoming film, Madea’s Big Happy Family but that’s not the biggest surprise of the day. In an absolute shocker, the prolific writer/director has been tabbed to take over the role of Alex Cross in a reboot of the series made famous by Morgan Freeman. Read the rest of this entry »





Five Favs Comic Book Movies

1 10 2010

The recent success of “Kick-Ass” and the release of “Iron Man 2” on DVD, films based on comic books have become Hollywood’s gold standard for success. With a slew of high-profile films coming to theaters in the near future, we take a look at Five Fav Comic Book movies featuring African-Americans heroes and heroines fighting bad guys and saving the world – on the big screen! Read the rest of this entry »





The Fall Movie Preview

10 09 2010

This feature first appeared in Jet Magazine.com. To read this review at its original source, click here.

As the dog days of summer come to an end, the big-budget blockbusters begin to make way for more serious, award-caliber fare. But for the first time in a decade, there are no fall releases garnering awards buzz that showcase Black actors. Read the rest of this entry »