This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return to preview the next episode. They will break their one rule and do a second film this year by the infamous director, Tyler Perry. The 2018 film about a woman scorned, Acrimony, stars Taraji P. Henson. The random topic of the week is all about the new precedent of white people calling the police on Black people for just living their lives. We've seen the rise of the Permit Patti and now even Flagrant Freddie. While the Internet nicknames are hilarious, the root of the issue is far more terrifying. Dealing with a sense of privilege, payback, arrogance, and even pure malice is what the issue is truly about. The guys give their thoughts on it.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss "Crooklyn," the 1994 semi-autobiographical film co-written and directed by Spike Lee. The film takes place in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York during the summer of 1973. Its primary focus is a young girl, Troy (played by Zelda Harris), and her family. Throughout the film, Troy learns life lessons through her four rowdy brothers, her loving but strict mother (Alfre Woodard), and her naive, struggling father (Delroy Lindo).
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return to announce the next film, the 1994 Black family drama "Crooklyn" directed by Spike Lee. The film takes place over the course of a hot summer in 1973 from the perspective of a young Black girl in BedSty, Brooklyn with her four brothers, mother, and father. The random topic of the week is all about the Trump administration's new push to remove guidance information for educational institutes for using affirmative action to keep their student bodies diverse.