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Season 2, Episode 5
The Cinnamon Cinephile and filmmaker Rahima Rice discuss the negative trope of the Magical Negro in films and how this trope spills over into the lives of Black professionals in corporate America.
Here's a Cinnamon Cinephile favorite.
More than two dozen Black actors or filmmakers have taken Oscar back to their 'hood', and I mean Beverly Hills, London, or Central Park West, baby.
I love this movie list because I love the American Film Institute, which shows the best new movies and classic movies. It has a handy check box feature that counts the movies you've seen and gives you a total at the bottom of the list. COOL! film festivals
Ok, there are LOTS of pathetic sci-fi lists, but this one is pretty good, even if I DON'T agree with the Top Ten section of the list. But it's from London so there are a few films here that we don't usually see (and no, Tremors isn't on it, honest!)
This list is proof that ANYONE can make up a list and publish it. I disagree with almost every comment, BUT it also lists the other nominees (helpful) and movies made in the same year that weren't even nominated (trivia bingo!).
An unfortunate title but a savvy list. A few of my guilty pleasures are here, like Hysteria and Miss Pettigrew Lives For a Day, but stop at #50, the remaining 30 or so titles are from TV. So it's as padded as a 1956 bra.
I talk about movie everything! Yes, from Turner Classic Movies' Film Noir class to the best directors coming out of 'Nollywood'. I'll tell you how to get to the Sundance Film Festival, the American Black Film Festival, or the next TCM Cruise. Do you want to open an art house theater...I'll dive into that too. On a deeper side, are Oscars still so white...and male? But, on the lighter side, what the heck folks are beefing about now?