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Today marks the 20th anniversary of the classic film The Best Man which changed the game for romantic movies and Black movies alike. Fans still remember all the pre-wedding drama that Mia and Lance went through before they got to say their I do’s. But it was all worth it in the end. These days, […]

It's cuffing season and that means lots of Netflix & Chill.

The latest batch of Sony email hackings have revealed a racist exchange between Sony Pictures chair Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin as they deciphered President Barack Obama’s movie preferences. According to BuzzFeed, Pascal asked Rudin what questions she should ask the president at a dinner hosted by DreamWorks Animation head and major Democratic donor Jeffrey Katzenberg. Pascal wonders if […]

This weekend, two big movies come out: the Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels-led Dumb and Dumber To, and Beyond the Lights. On Rotten Tomatoes, a site that accumulates ratings from the United States’ best critics, Dumb and Dumber To has a 31 percent fresh rating (meaning good). Beyond the Lights has a 85 percent fresh rating. In […]

Good movies are a dime a dozen, but great movies – the kind you could watch again and again and never get sick of – are hard to come by. Week after week, Hollywood pumps out new flicks, but few will stand the test of time. Classics like Shawshank Redemption, Friday, and Clueless transcend boundaries created by generation and […]

Tomorrow, tons of Brooklynites will head to a block party in Bed-Stuy to celebrate the 25th anniversary of one of the greatest movies of all time: Spike Lee’s monumental Do the Right Thing. Written, directed, and starring a young Spike Lee, Do the Right Thing tells the story of a majority black Brooklyn neighborhood full of tension. […]

What is a black movie? That’s the question you might be asking yourself at this moment. And it’s good one. It’s a question we asked ourselves when we decided to come up with this list. And it’s not an easy answer. Is a black movie one that only speaks to an black audience? Or maybe a […]

It’s #Throwback Thursday once again, and this week we’re dedicating our nostalgia addiction to classic black films. Fifteen years after its release, Ice Cube’s movie Friday remains one of the most quoted black films to-date, and the re-emergence of the hilarious phrase “Bye Felicia” has become an internet favorite. We decided to take a look back […]