Lets take a look back at a fun mid-90’s action thriller perfect for the summer season, ‘DROP ZONE’ from 1994 where Wesley Snipes rides into the world of skydiving!
Sidney Deane and Billy Hoyle team up and take over the Los Angeles street courts to hustler their way to fortunes.
The American Cinematheque kicked off the ‘Perpetratin Realism: 1990’s Black Film’ Series this weekend at the Regency Westwood Village Theatre with a 35MM screening of the 1991 classic “NEW JACK CITY” introduced by, and featuring a post-screening Q&A with director/actor Mario Van Peebles.
A breakdown of the best movies from Wesley Snipes!
A tour stop in Kid’s hometown of Philadelphia becomes a matter of life and death for one of the world’s most famous comedians.
An airline security expert must take action when he finds himself trapped on a passenger jet when terrorists seize control of it.
A crime lord ascends to power while a maverick police detective vows to stop him.
Set in the lush and royal country of Zamunda, newly-crowned King Akeem and his trusted confidante Semmi embark on an all-new hilarious adventure that has them traversing the globe from their great African nation to the borough of Queens, New York – where it all began.
Eddie Murphy portrays real-life legend Rudy Ray Moore, a comedy and rap pioneer who proved naysayers wrong when his hilarious, obscene, kung-fu fighting alter ego, Dolemite, became a 1970s Blaxploitation phenomenon. [Netflix]
tung by a string of showbiz failures, floundering comedian Rudy Ray Moore (Academy Award nominee Eddie Murphy) has an epiphany that turns him into a word-of-mouth sensation: step onstage as someone else. Borrowing from the street mythology of 1970s Los Angeles, Moore assumes the persona of Dolemite, a pimp with a cane and an arsenal of obscene fables. However, his ambitions exceed selling bootleg records deemed too racy for mainstream radio stations to play.