This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew discuss the 2015 biopic on the controversial west coast rap group, N.W.A. (aka Niggaz wit Attitude). From their meteoric rise in the late 80s to their tumultuous behind and in front of the camera lives. Love them or hate them, they made a massive impact on music and the views of urban culture worldwide.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the next film is introduced. The 2015 rap biopic, Straight Outta Compton, directed by F. Gary Gray. The film is a biopic about the infamous rap group NWA and their meteoric rise to fame. The random topic of the week is all about guns in the U.S. and Black people associations with them both historically and currently.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew discuss the 1971 urban crime story, Shaft, starring Richard Roundtree. When a drug lord's kid gets kidnapped, John Shaft is hired to find the girl and the people who are behind the deed. Shaft is probably the most iconic Black hero of the blaxploitation genre, and for good reason.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the next film is introduced. The 1971 film, Shaft, starring Richard Roundtree as the Black private detective and all around badass. The random topic of the week is on the proposed statement by conservatives like Donald Trump that President Barack Obama hasn't done anything for Black people.