This week we have some socially relevant limited-series, if you watch selection number one, then you can check out our Interview with Cinematographer Kira Kelly (visit our home page/click Interviews). Jack Nicholson in his long over-due return to the screen with Paul Rudd and Owen WIlson. Marlon Wayans fans will enjoy the comedy section with some P.C. humor and you can check out Will Smith in Hitch!
The documentary selection’s provide a time to reflect and learn through Cinema. James Baldwin, one of America’s greatest writer’s is featured in I’m Not Your Negro, a stellar-film that is now available on almost every platform. I included two great thriller’s, so you can be enlightended, educated or entertained. They say those are the three most important E’s for a Film, but I add a fourth “E”, enjoy!
If it is on this list, I give it seven or eight of 10. The world is closed, so I dropped my 10 word reviews, so you can do some Summer traveling through the Movies.
1. Self-Made: Inspired by the Life of Madame C.J. Walker 2020
Starring Oscar-Winner Octavia Spencer (Hidden Figures)
2. When they See Us 2019
Starring Emmy-Winner Jharrel Jerom (Moonlight)
3. The People vs. O.J. Simpson 2016
Starring Oscar-Winner Cuba Good Jr. (Jerry Maguire)
4. How Do You Know 2010
Starring Oscar-Winner Jack Nicholson (As Good as it Gets)
5. Marlon Wayans Woke-ish 2018 (Stand-up)
6. Hitch 2005
Starring Oscar-Nominee Will Smith (Ali) and Kevin James (Grown Ups)
7. I’m Not Your Negro 2017
8. Inequality for All 2013
9. Fatal Affair 2020
10. Secret In Their Eyes 2015 (Remake)
Starring Oscar-winners Nicole Kidman (The Hours) and Julia Roberts (Erin Brockovich)