• Till


    Danielle Deadwyler stars in the emotionally provoking, jaw-dropping, maddening film, based on true events – Till. Directed by Chinonye Chukwu, who is the first African-American woman to win the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at Sundance for her unquestionable skills in Clemency. Till follows the true story of Mamie Till-Mobley’s relentless pursuit of justice for her 14-year-old son, Emmett Till, who was brutally lynched in 1955 while visiting his cousins in Mississippi for whistling at a white woman Carolyn Bryant. Before going into this film, I had always known what I was getting myself into as the story of Emmett Till and his brutal death and the injustice that followed…

  • Emancipation


    Director Antoine Fuqua acquires celebrity slapping actor – Will Smith, in his latest project based on a true story – Emancipation, which gives us a glimpse into the life of former slave Peter and his perilous journey to freedom. Peter, a slave, flees a plantation in Louisiana after he was whipped within an inch of his life. He has to outwit cold-blooded hunters and the unforgiving swamps of Louisiana on a torturous journey north. And straight out of the bat, my first thought about this movie ten minutes within was “I couldn’t have survived during these times”, the brutality and mindset of white people were so twisted and inhumane. Emancipation…

  • 1899

    1899: Season 1

    German program creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese, responsible for one of the greatest German original if not the best original television series ‘Dark’ are back with their latest mind-bending series – 1899. Multinational immigrants traveling from Europe to America, all in pursuit of achieving their goals and turning their dreams into reality in the promised lands of the free encounter a nightmarish riddle aboard a second ship adrift on the open sea that has been there for months, however, what they find requires them to first confront their past which then reveals a web of staggering secrets. Now I think it’s only fair that I mention how excited…

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    Silverton Siege

    “Silverton Siege” by Mandla Walter Dube is by far his greatest work ever made and by miles one of South Africa’s most polished films to ever come out of the country. Silverton Siege wastes no time in getting straight to the action as we meet three members of “UMkhonto weSizwe”, or “MK”, a group started by future South African leader Nelson Mandela whom from a sabotage mission to a car chase then holding a bank hostage however not for the money but for the apartheid regime to release the man who’d later become South Africa’s first black president.   The film is inspired by true events that happened on the 25th of January 1980…

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    The Northman

    Director “Robert Eggers” returns with another highly anticipated film in “The Northman”. The director who debuted with his first film in 2015 “The Witch” may only have a few films to his name however has already set his name in stone as one director to look out for.   “The Northman” though exciting to watch has some of the most brutal and gruesome visuals that may catch some individuals by surprise.   Right off the bat, we are thrown into the cruelty of the days long past when “King Aurvandil” played by (Ethan Hawke) is betrayed by his brother “Fjölnir” played by (Claes Bang) right after performing a ceremonious ritual with…

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    The Last Duel

    The Last Duel is a phenomenal film in the amount of detail portrayed by all three parties’ perspectives, The Husband, The Accused, and The Victim. The husband, Jean de Carrouges (played by Matt Damon) is known throughout France as a brave and skilled knight who feared nothing and would gladly fight till his last breath in the name of the King. The accused, Jacques Le Gris (played by Adam Driver) is a squire whose intelligence and eloquence make him one of the most admired nobles in the court. The victim, Marguerite de Carrouges (played by Jodie Comer) is the daughter of the controversial known traitor Robert de Thibouville who had…