Lawrence WAS RIGHT & Preview to Episode 96

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew is back to introduce the 1976 comedy, Car Wash. The film tells the story of a single day at a car wash and the interaction with the cast of characters. This week’s random topic is on the season finale of HBO’s “Insecure” and the rift that is happening with fans. Continue reading

Honeytrap: Black on Black Cinema Podcast Ep95

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss the 2014 British film, Honeytrap, starring Jessica Sula, Lucien Laviscount, and Ntonga Mwanza. The movie follows a young girl from Trinidad who moves to Brixton to live with her estranged mother. However, she ends up falling for a young gang member who pushes her to the limits of a her moral edge.
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The New Normal & Preview to Episode 95

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew is back to introduce the 2014 British film, Honey Trap (available on Netflix streaming right now). The film tells the story of a young girl pushed into gang activity to fit in. This week’s random topic is all about our initial thoughts on the U.S. presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump results. The guys discuss the victor, his support, and their overall disgust.
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Vampire in Brooklyn: Black on Black Cinema Podcast Ep94

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss the 1995 comedy horror film, Vampire in Brooklyn. On the absolute downslide of Eddie Murphy’s career, the guys discuss just how pointless this film is and feels. However, does the movie play as an allegory for a serious topic? You’ll have to listen to find out!
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Trump, Mental Health, and Black Life & Preview to Episode 94

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to announce the 1995 horror comedy, ‘Vampire in Brooklyn.’ The film stars Eddie Murphy as a ancient vampire who finds himself in modern day Brooklyn. The guys also turn their attention to requests from the Black on Black Cinema fan group for possible topics to discuss. We talk Black Trump voters, dealing with mental health, and more.
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Higher Learning: Black on Black Cinema Podcast Ep93

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This week on Black on Black, the guys are back to discuss the 1995 film, Higher Learning. The film follows the changing lives of three incoming freshmen at the fictional Columbus University: Malik Williams (Omar Epps), a black track star who struggles with academics; Kristen Connor (Kristy Swanson), a shy and naive girl; and Remy (Michael Rapaport), a lonely and confused man seemingly out of place in his new environment.

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Luke Cage: Harlem’s Hero & Preview to Episode 93

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to announce the next film, ‘Higher Learning.’ The film chronicles the intersecting stories of three kids during their first semester of college. Dealing with racial issues, college life, rape, and everything in between the kids work to find their place in the world. This week’s random topic is all about Netflix’s latest Marvel superhero show, Luke Cage.
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War Room: Black on Black Cinema Podcast Ep92

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss the 2015 Christian drama film, ‘War Room,’ directed by Alex Kendrick and co-written and produced by Stephen Kendrick. The film dives into the marriage of Elizabeth and Tony who are having a rough time as they are growing apart. At the couple’s lowest point, Elizabeth meets an older woman named Clara who teaches her about the power of prayer. Through some teaching, and good old fashion Jesus magic, Elizabeth is put back on the path to saving her marriage and family.

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Colin Kaepernick is Right & Preview to Episode 92

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to announce the next film, War Room. The 2015 religious movie about a couple who are struggling to keep their marriage together. At their lowest point that meet a magical old Black woman who teaches them a new style of prayer that might just help. Our random topic is on the fallout of Colin Kaepernick’s protest and what it all means.
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In the Heat of the Night: Black on Black Cinema Podcast Ep91

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss the 1967 racial charged murder mystery film, In the Heat of the Night. Directed by Norman Jewison and starring Sidney Poitier (Virgil Tibbs) and Rod Steiger (Chief Bill Gillespie). The film follows a black police detective from Philadelphia, who becomes involved in a murder investigation in a racist small town in Mississippi.
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