If Beale Street Could Talk

Love is never without hardship. Ever since they were kids growing up in Harlem, Tish Rivers (KiKi Layne) and Alonzo “Fonny” Hunt (Stephan James) were inseparable. Almost seamlessly, their friendship turned into love. The 1970’s have opened up a few things for blacks, but by-and-large, the day-to-day difficulties are still present. Their bond is strong […]

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Nerve: Movie Man Jackson

Wu-Tang clang ain’t nothing to f*** with. Neither is Nerve. Nerve is a truth or dare game for the 21st century, played over a digital landscape. Everyone who participates has a hand in the game, either as a watcher, or an active player. The watchers give dares to the players, who earn money for successfully […]

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Now You See Me: Movie Man Jackson

Even The Masked Magician couldn’t make complete sense of Now You See Me. In various areas of the United States, four unique but separate magicians in illusionist Danny Atlas (Jesse Eisenberg), mentalist Merritt McKinley (Woody Harrelson), escape artist Henley Reeves (Isla Fisher), and sleight-of-hand con artist Jack Wilder (Dave Franco) make a living off of […]

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Neighbors: Movie Man Jackson

“You call the cops, you violate the Circle of Trust, Focker.” Is it Neighbors or Bad Neighbours? Regardless, at least we know the presence of neighbors in some shape or form is evident. In this new film, Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne are Mac and Kelly Radner, a married couple with a newborn in tow. Though uneventful, […]

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