In this episode we talk about the original series “at the movies”, my first drive in experience with “Harlem Nights” and the new released “Tax Collector” film.
In this episode we discuss Seeing children films as an adult, introducing kids to the film going experience, the Sonic movie, the film Parasite, Mary Kate and Ashley videos and of course Harley Quinn as well as Upcoming 2020 movies coming soon
In this episode we discuss AMC Dine In in Florida as well as films such as Queen and Slim, Knives Out, 21 bridges and Joker
In this episode we discuss the movies Don’t Let Go, It chapter Two and Hustlers!
In this episode we discuss Terminator: Dark Fate, Once upon a time in Hollywood, The upcoming fear remake, Upcoming Disney Movies til 2027 and my thoughts on the live action Aladdin remake.
In this episode we discuss the New Batman casting , Netflix “beats” film, Ghostbusters 3, Spike lee produced Netflix movie, Chris Rock Saw reboot, John wick 3 and How we almost got into a fight at the movies, Detective Pikachu, Disney plus, the Hellboy reboot, Escape plan 3, 50 cent new shows, the South Park escape room and the Simpson’s moving to free form
In this episode of At The Movies, we discuss the new sonic trailer, my recent viewing of the film “El Chicano”, our review of films like “Nobody’s Fool”, “Little”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, a look at a few new biopics coming soon and getting confused with which black actress was raped in which slave films.
In this episode we discuss the box office numbers for Spiderman, The Mule and The Grinch, a plot point that went over my head in the Jim carry version of the grinch, our review of the new film "Mandy", How AMC terminated my A List Stubs account, How I messed up my tire going all the way to a AMC Dine In theater, our the top Nicholas cage movies and the best 2018 movie of the year!
Lord!!! Have mercy!!!! Anyone who knows me know Iâm a huge Spike lee fan. Bamboozled. Malcolm X. Inside Man. Jungle fever. Do the right thing (etc) I love this man work right here but I never seen his films in theaters so best believe I wanted to see #blackkklansman so I can experience his cinematic work on the big screen.. and I got more than I bargained for. I learned something about myself this weekend. Iâm comfortable watching racism at home, not on the big screen. A lot of times when I see Spikeâs works, Iâm motivated, inspired and empowered. I didnât get that from this film. It has its funny moment, thereâs not much action, itâs a serious drama and as soon as the film starts we in the ugly face of racism and unlike the other films where I watched them in the comfort of my own home, I felt the dis-ease in the rawness of racism. Unlike the film Django unchained where I know itâs a fantasy, I couldnât escape that this is real life (and yâall know I love coming to the movies to escape, Not to relive life ugliest moments). The script is great, the cast is great and of course Spike is a master director. I actually loved the first half of the film. It was entertaining, it was artistic and it was empowering.. but by the 3rd act.. things changed. The suspense was great in the end but once they resolve one issue, you realize they didnât stop everything. The kkk didnât end. It lived on. I think what bothered me is the fact the KKK could watch this film and not see anything wrong. I could actually see members of the Klan supporting this film because of the amount of scenes of just Klans talking shit in intimate settings (like at home in bed with their wives). Maybe he was just showing how they get their loved one involved in the BS but part of me feel like I would appreciate this film more at home. I left the theater depressed. That ending was a bitter sweet one. Spoiler alert, the KKK is still around today and to me, makes the story feel incomplete. Support black films and see it in theaters if you donât have a problem with seeing racism on the big screen.. but if youâre looking for an escape this weekend, this ainât it!