God gave us all a talent. But imagine that using your talent meant risking your life due to warring political factions in your neighborhood? This is what the lead character, Derrick Thompson, faces in “Ghett’a Life”. For those who don’t know, most of the guns that end up in the hands of young people in […]
In the Tradition of Shottas and Dancehall Queen, Jamaica Gives Us Another Look from Behind the Gate in “Ghett’a Life”!
“Hail Our God Jah Rastafari, Emperor Haile Selassie I, Who lives and reigns through the heart of all flesh. Crowned King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Elect of God, Light of Himself. Princes and princesses shall step forth out of Babylon and redeem, Oh Thy Most High […]
Are you thinking about going to see “Identity Thief” before it leaves theaters but you’re not sure you’re ready to spend $12 on a comedy that might not be as funny as they make it seem? If you’ve never had your identity stolen and/or you’re not oversensitive, go see it. If a woman outsmarting and […]
I can hardly believe I’m writing a review of a scary movie. Most movies in the “thriller/horror” genre either make me laugh all the way through or they manage to lull me to sleep. Maybe it’s just the incredulity of it all but I usually just can’t get with it. That being said, I went […]
Even before going to see Django I had already imagined what it would be, a classic slave story of lifetime brutality punctuated with heroic moments of one barely believable black man on horseback. I also wondered how it correlated with an earlier same-titled Tarantino film which was a wonderful Japanese version of rivaling tribes in […]