A film starring the great Moms Mabley about how change can come, and what we leave for youth to carry on.
Phenomenal horror film. The performances. The story. What more can I say? It's a metaphor about what we each really want from the other.
Really celebrated the top of Black talent, music, and dance—and showcased it.
In the Heat of the Night
Sidney Poitier and the slap heard from Compton to Harlem to Mississippi AND he was the star.
One of my favorites. Bad horror film with a great Shakespearean actor called William Marshall.
All I see is Richard Roundtree.