This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to preview the next film, 1999's The Best Man, starring Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Terrence Howard, Morris Chestnut, and Sanaa Lathan. The film follows a writer who uses his friends' real-life experiences for inspiration in his book but ends up revealing more than he planned to when they realize what he has done. The random topic for this week is all about the controversy surrounding Serena Williams and her medically designed catsuit and it ban from the French Open.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss the newly released Spike Lee Joint, "Blackkklansman" starring John David Washington. The film (based on true events) follows Ron Stallworth, the first Black cop on the force in Colorado Springs. During his first assignment, he decides to try and infiltrate the local KKK chapter. He successfully does so over the phone and with the help of his fellow white officer Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver). The film pivots between Stallworth's work, him growing in his own sense of Blackness, Zimmerman's internal Jewish awakening, and the local klansmen's devious plot.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys and special guest are back to preview the next film, Blackkklansman. The film is directed by Spike Lee and retells the true story of a Black police officer who successfully infiltrated the KKK.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys (with special guest T'ara) return to discuss the 2018 Tyler Perry film, Acrimony. Breaking the "one Perry a year" rule, the hosts discuss a film that sees a woman slowly lose it as she finds herself in a dead end marriage to an inventor who's big break is always just around the corner. A story of disappointment, heartbreak, regret, and of course revenge. The film stars Taraji P. Henson.