Emancipation Review-A True Survival Tale In More Ways Than One

Over the last decade or so there have been several television shows and films that have dealt with slavery and its effect on the men and women who lived this lifestyle. Harriet, The Underground Railroad, and 12 Years a Slave have garnered a lot of critical and fan support so Emancipation the latest film fromContinue reading “Emancipation Review-A True Survival Tale In More Ways Than One”

My Top 10 Films of 2021

With 5 Honorable Mentions Blue Bayou 74% Rotten Tomatoes 58% Metacritic 5 stars Antonio LeBlanc is a Korean adoptee raised in a small town in the Louisiana bayou. He’s married to the love of his life, Kathy, and raising his beloved stepdaughter, Jessie. Struggling to make a better life for his family, he must soonContinue reading “My Top 10 Films of 2021”

King Richard Review

One of the Best Sports Films Ever Sports biopics can be a straightforward story or they can be an inspiring story of people overcoming tremendous odds to be successful in whatever sport they are competing in. In the case of King Richard, it’s tennis. This film is probably one of the best biopics about athletes overcomingContinue reading “King Richard Review”

Big Year for Boxing movies Pt. 1

The Boxing movie genre has been a good one over the years. Some of the great movies of all times have been ones based on boxing movies. Directors like Martin Scorsese,Ron Howard,Micheal Mann, David O. Russell and Robert Wise have made movies based on boxing legends like Jake LaMotta,Gentleman Jim Braddock, Irish Mickey Ward, MuhammedContinue reading “Big Year for Boxing movies Pt. 1”