What is the movie “Bombshell” really about? In a nutshell, “Bombshell” is a powerful movie about what selling, in America, has become.
Director Trey Edward Shults’ third feature—“Waves”—brings his new story to the screen, opening wide Nov. 22.
“These men are behind bars...but their voices have to be heard,” says Todd “Speech” Thomas about his new documentary “16 Bars” which opens Nov. 8 in New York.
The comedic genius that is Eddie Murphy drives the new film “Dolemite Is My Name” now playing on Netflix.
Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” is three hours and 30 minutes long and everyone important dies, but that’s Martin Scorsese.
Do you know an Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix)? Here’s the thing: you might? In director Todd Phillips “Joker” we get an up-close (too close) look at an urban nightmare a little too close to the grain.
I say yes, yes, yes to meeting and befriending this particular Yeti.
In the press release for the new Warner Bros film “Motherless Brooklyn” written and directed by Edward Norton and based on the Jonathan Lethem novel about a New York detective with Tourette syndrome, the highlight is that the film is financed by African American billionaire Robert F. Smith.
In “Godfather of Harlem” award-winning actor and producer Forest Whitaker gets it right as Harlem businessman of the streets, Bumpy Johnson.
The world places its proverbial foot on the necks of the woman—around the world—so it’s no surprise that women use their sexuality as a weapon, and it’s a powerful one.