A Such Thing as Too Late

Greetings Everyone, I had a chance to watch an independent short film entitled A Such Thing as Too Late, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Directed by Korey Townsend and Jae Harrison, A Such Thing as Too Late stars Amber Barnes, Kevin Kaze Thomas, Brandon Solomon, and Terri Montrel. An abusive husband, Michael Thompson…

Our Deepest Fear…

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darknessThat most frightens us. We ask ourselvesWho am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small Does not serve the world. There’s nothing…

NOPE

Greetings All, I had a chance to see NOPE, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Before we get started, check out the following trailer if you haven’t already. Directed by Jordan Peele, NOPE stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun. After the death of their father, two siblings who run their family’s California…

Why Do We Fall?

“So that we can learn to pick ourselves up.” – Batman Begins Until Next Time… (Sources) Photo Credit: Medium

The Queen City: Life’s Reward

Greetings All, I know it’s been a while, and I have a good explanation as to why: This documentary is part 2 of The Queen City chronicles, and it’s entitled, The Queen City: Life’s Reward. Two teens, Bakari and Trinity, enjoy a date at the Real African Art Gallery in Charlotte, NC. As they navigate…

Unsheltered

Greetings All, I had a chance to watch the independent film Unsheltered, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Before we get started, check out the following trailer if you haven’t seen it already. Directed by Marcus Small, Unsheltered stars Raven Wynn, Caleb Martin, Chauntel Hall, Melina Kay, and Edgar Tomas Lopez. In an effort…

A Journal for Jordan

Greetings All, I brought in the Holiday season with A Journal for Jordan, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Before we get started, check out the following trailer if you haven’t seen it already. Based on the New York Times Bestseller by Dana Canedy—A Journal for Jordan: A Story of Love and Honor—and directed…

The Guilty

Greetings Everyone, I had a chance to watch Netflix’s The Guilty, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Before we get started, check out the following trailer if you haven’t seen it already. Directed by Antoine Fuqua, The Guilty stars Jake Gyllenhaal. A police officer demoted to a 911 dispatch operator, Joe Baylor (Gyllenhaal), is…

The Queen City: Brotherhood, Leadership, & Solutions

Greetings Everyone, It’s been a while, and if you missed me, you may have wondered what I’ve been up to. Well, here’s what: The documentary is entitled, The Queen City: Brotherhood, Leadership, & Solutions. I had an opportunity to speak with sixteen powerful Black men throughout Charlotte, NC, who are leaders in their own right,…

Coming 2 America

Greetings Everyone, I finally had the chance to watch Coming 2 America, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Before we get started, check out the following trailer if you haven’t seen it already. Directed by Craig Brewer, Coming 2 America stars Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, Jermaine Fowler, Shari Headley, and Wesley Snipes. The newly-crowned…

Metal Gear Solid is Headed to the Big Screen!

As I mentioned in a previous post, playing a video game today is like playing an interactive film. The narrative, cinematography, acting, and music found in any motion picture can be found in this medium. And the first franchise to introduce these traits to the gaming industry, in my opinion, was Metal Gear Solid. Created/directed…

Going Home |GH| Ghana, Part 2

In a previous post, I highlighted Going Home |GH| Ghana, an amazing documentary showcasing the life of local Ghanaians in Africa. Well, documentarian Tahir Asadullah Lee is back with Part 2, and it’s just as impactful. Produced by Virtuous Lion Productions, Going Home |GH| Ghana, Part 2 follows Lee and nurse/volunteers Jordan Miller, Chanelle, and…