Tag: Chadwick Boseman
‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Is A Transitional Film Honoring The Mantle and Impact
The nations of Wakanda and Talokan enter war over their opposing viewpoints on dealing with the destructive hearts of humankind on the surface world.
21 Bridges Review: An Average Film with a Powerhouse Lead
21 Bridges isn’t going to revolutionize action cinema. However, its action components are respectable. Every act is visibly clear, and as time moves forward, the film changes its conflictual rhythm.
Thank you, Chadwick Boseman: An Incluvie Tribute
When the world lost Chadwick Boseman on August 28, 2020, we all saw the impact of representation in film. Boseman was not only a Black superhero leading a Black cast in one of the most successful films in history; but his successes paved the way for more, long-overdue diversity in Hollywood.
Ranking Marvel’s What If…? Episodes
Marvel’s animated show What If…? ended last week, so let’s go back and look at all of the different universes shown and rank each episode from worst to best!
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom; A Lesson in Blues -Movie Review
“Now death. Death got some style. Death will kick your ass and make you wish you never been born. That’s how bad death is. But you can rule over life. Life ain’t nothing” -Levee (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom) Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, directed by George C. Wolfe and adapted from the August Wilson play, is a […]
“42”: My first memories of seeing the ‘Black Panther’ star on-screen
Seeing that the film was essentially his first big, mainstream feature, and with garnering a leading role — portraying the revolutionary ball-player Jackie Robinson — Boseman, without question, delivered a performance that is still so incredibly moving, respectful, genuine, and true to the core of his obviously sincere, artistic heart; and with that, it is indeed so saddening to see him pass.
Black Panther: Cultural Significance in America
Black Panther was obviously an epic movie and big hit! It was the highest-earning superhero movie of all time in the US! It’s pretty clear that Black Panther has more meaning for race and diversity than your average Marvel superhero movie. This movie means a lot in terms of black pride and representation – and has much cultural significance in America as a whole.