• Candyman



    I think I’m obsessed with mirrors after watching this.

  • Tenet



    I feel like I need to watch this again with someone. I was so confused.

  • Space Jam: A New Legacy

    Space Jam: A New Legacy

    Loved the original 1996 version, so I didn’t expect much from this one, but it wasn’t too bad.  The soundtrack and the visuals were amazing though. I think watching it in theaters made it more captivating.

  • In the Heights

    In the Heights


    I can’t even form the words to explain this film, but I enjoyed every minute of it. It felt strange but good to see Latinx people as leads and not supporting or stereotypical characters created by white people. Hopefully more projects will be created like this when people of color are in the spotlight. I love musicals and this one definitely did not disappoint. Watching it on the big screen made it all the more enjoyable. In the Heights is definitely a must watch.

  • Concrete Cowboy

    Concrete Cowboy


    I’ve always been fascinated by cowboy movies, but a focus on Black cowboys which seemed to have been forgotten by history and film/television studios, completely captures my attention. Glad to know this subculture’s story is being told. This reminds me of Nomadland with the use of non actors. It was very interesting to hear their personal stories and definitely strengthened the film. I’m happy  Ricky Staub chose to use the real Fletcher Street Cowboys both behind the scenes and on…

  • It



    All of the kids in this movie had show stealing moments. Very well casted.

  • Coming 2 America

    Coming 2 America


    This sequel was unnecessary, but I enjoyed watching it.

  • Nomadland



    “I’ll see you down the road” 
    Absolutely loved this film.

  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    Disturbing, but good.

  • Black Panther

    Black Panther


    This movie brings out the little Black boy in me that desired this type of representation in film while growing up. I have nothing but complete joy while watching this. Wakanda is the cinematic universe that I want to live in.

  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie


    The monologues in this film were brilliantly written, and the performances by Zendaya and John David Washington were amazing. However, is the director trying to portray his feelings through a Black man?

  • Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

    Ma Rainey's Black Bottom


    The performances by Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman are definitely Oscar worthy. They had my full attention every time they were on the screen.