Movie Reviews

MLK/FBI

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘MLK/FBI’ Fails to Debunk Propaganda Around Communism

Written By Alisha Netis Sam Pollard’s MLK/FBI documentary neglects to uncover or unravel any new…

Violation

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘Violation’ is Creative and Mesmerizing

It’s been a while since I’ve seen a film that surprises me. Everything about this…

Concrete Cowboy

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘Concrete Cowboy’ A Tale of Black Horsemanship and Urban Cowboy Subculture

What is the urban cowboy subculture exactly? It’s not what you would expect. The first…

Akilla's Escape

TIFF 2020 Review ‘Akilla’s Escape’: Violence Begets Violence

Akilla’s Escape is a moving and powerful dramatic film directed by Charles Officer. His unique…

RKLSS

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘RKLSS’: A Film That Reminds Audiences That They Are Worthy of Redemption

The 2020 Toronto Film Festival showcased RKLSS, the raw and intense animated horror-fantasy film written,…

One Night In Miami

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘One Night in Miami’

Four of our most iconic Black heroes all in one room discuss race, class, religion,…

Range Runners

‘Range Runners’: Ready, Set… Start Over With the Plot

There have been countless sports films, and more and more people are invested in the…

The High Note

The Funny, Quirky and Tragic Side of Hollywood is What You Can Expect in ‘The High Note’

What happens when a personal assistant to a mega-star wants to be seen as more…

Mulan

Emotional, Beautifully Shot, and Enjoyable is Disney’s ‘Mulan’

Another amazing 1990s animated film has been remade as live-action. Disney is doing its darndest…

Unhinged

‘Unhinged’ is a Horrifying Game of Cat and Mouse

I live in Los Angeles, a city synonymous with heavy traffic and overcrowded streets in…