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‘Bombshell’—suspenseful and deeply satisfying

What is the movie “Bombshell” really about? In a nutshell, “Bombshell” is a powerful movie about what selling, in America, has become.

‘Formation’ video director makes film debut with ‘Queen & Slim’

The success of “Queen & Slim” is in large part because of director Melina Matsoukas, who is best known for having directed Beyoncé’s “Formation” music video.

Review: ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’

Hanks is transformed and you believe he’s the one-and-only Mr. Rogers the moment he takes off his street shoes and puts on his sneakers.

On Netflix’ ‘Bikram’—Trusted teacher uses sacred to indulge the profane

The thousands-years-old practice of yoga is synonymous in most people’s minds with sacredness, serenity, and the highest of human ideals.

African Diaspora International Film Fest runs Nov. 29-Dec. 15

The African Diaspora International Film Festival will celebrate its 27th anniversary from Nov. 29 to Dec. 15 with 59 narratives and documentaries to be presented at Columbia University’s Teachers College, Cinema Village and MIST Harlem.

‘Ford v. Ferrari’—not worth the drive

When Henry Ford II, president of the auto building empire, is slighted in a business deal and personally insulted by fellow car manufacturer Enzo Ferrari, Ford decides to take on the Italian carmaker in the venue that Ferrari’s vehicles dominated ...

‘Frozen II’—a new classic

Nothing will stop the $1.29 billion franchise of “Frozen” to cut a swath around the world, with their newest installment—“Frozen ll.” Hell could freeze over and the box-office for the Walt Disney Animation Studios new family film would continue to ...

Sterling K. Brown and Renée Elise Goldsberry star in powerful ‘Waves’

Director Trey Edward Shults’ third feature—“Waves”—brings his new story to the screen, opening wide Nov. 22.

‘Charlie’s Angels’—action worth watching!

Here we go, 2019, it’s time for a brand new “Charlie’s Angels.” At this point, it’s almost a rite of pop culture passage.

Frances Turner talks giving up law for acting

“I have cousins on cousins on cousins!” exclaims Frances Turner. Though she only has three siblings, Turner’s mother had 11, resulting in an extended family the size of a small city.

‘Cold Brook’—a ghost story with a twist

“Cold Brook” is a ghost story but it’s not scary. Directed and co-written by character actor William Fichtner “Black Hawk Down”, “Armageddon”, who also stars, the film’s story is of two maintenance workers who meet a man haunted by his ...

‘Burning Cane’—new film from a great new voice

Phillip Youmans directed, produced, wrote and co-edited his first film “Burning Cane,” an Array release currently playing on Netflix.

Black News Channel now to launch to a larger viewing audience

Black News Channel (BNC) announced today that it has updated the launch of the nation’s only African American news network to January 6, 2020 in order to more than triple its viewing audience.

NCBW 100 Bergen/Passaic Chapter sponsors Teaneck International Film Festival

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women (NCBW 100) Bergen/Passaic chapter is serving as an opening night sponsor of the Teaneck International Film Festival Thursday, Nov. 14.

‘Dolemite’ now on Netflix: one of the best movies streaming!

The comedic genius that is Eddie Murphy drives the new film “Dolemite Is My Name” now playing on Netflix.

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