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 »





Five Favs Black Movie Villians

25 09 2010

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

This week at the movies, iconic financial super villain Gordon Gekko returns in the sequel to the 1987 film, “Wall Street in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.” But Gekko can’t hold a candle to our Five Favorite Black Movie Villains who in their own special way make everyone’s life a living hell! Read the rest of this entry »





Cheadle’s Ten Gems

7 05 2010

Two-time Black Reel Award winner and Oscar nominee Don Cheadle has been an “overnight success” for the past 15 years. Since his unheraled film debut in “Hamburger Hill,” Cheadle has developed into a solid A-List actor who has displayed his versatility in a multitude of diverse roles. Read the rest of this entry »





A Dozen Roses for Valentine’s Day

14 02 2010


For those spending time alone tonight without that special someone or who simply doesn’t believe in love, we’ve selected twelve of our favorite romantic films to keep you company. If you don’t believe in romance, I’m sure that one of these films can reignite your passion and faith in love! Read the rest of this entry »





25 Hottest Honeys in Film of 2009

13 01 2010

As we settle into another year in cinema, it’s time again to take a look back at the goddesses that thrilled us, titllated us on the big screen and left male moviegoers wth more than just entertainment on their minds. Read the rest of this entry »





Spring Box Office Winners and Losers

17 04 2007

The spring movie season has been a mixed bag. There were some films that were great; others that were OK; and the majority were god-awful. While critics have bashed the majority of Hollywood releases, audiences have pushed several films to record box-office heights. Below is a look at the box-office winners and losers, and all of the surprises in between. Read the rest of this entry »





Movies That Matter | Part 1

2 02 2007

As we begin the celebration of Black History Month, five African-American and African actors were nominated for the industry’s highest honor, the Academy Awards. Over the month of February, I’ll spotlight ten films that were groundbreaking and historically significant to African Americans. These are the first of this two-part series. Read the rest of this entry »