Film Review by Kam Williams   Israeli Couple Grieves Loss of Soldier Son in Poignant, Deliberately-Paced Drama Michael (Lior Ashkenazi) and Dafna Feldmann (Sarah Adler) live in Tel Aviv with their daughter Alma (Shira Haas). […]


Win Bigly

Book Review by Kam Williams   Win Bigly Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don’t Matter by Scott Adams Portfolio/Penguin Hardcover, $27.00 304 pages ISBN: 978-0-7352-1971-7   “On August 13, 2015, I predicted on my […]


When They Call You a Terrorist

Book Review by Kam Williams   When They Call You a Terrorist A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Khan-Cullors with asha bandele Foreword by Angela Davis St. Martin’s Press Hardcover, $24.99 272 pages ISBN: […]


Malcolm X: The Lost Tapes

Film Review by Kam Williams   Intriguing Documentary Features Found Footage of Late Civil Rights Icon Malcolm X (1925-1965) is best remembered as the charismatic spokesperson for the Nation of Islam whose fiery speeches helped […]


Black Panther

Film Review by Kam Williams Chadwick Boseman Rises to the Occasion as African King/Marvel Superhero Chadwick Boseman has already made quite a career out of portraying a variety of prominent African-Americans, from football star Floyd […]



Film Review by Kam Williams   Biblical Epic Recounts Exploits of Hebrew He-man Handpicked by God Samson is a popular Biblical figure perhaps best known for being blessed with super-human strength as long as his […]


The Final Year

  Film Review by Kam Williams Fly on the Wall Documentary Chronicles the Last Days Inside the Obama White House Besides granting a record number of pardons to non-violent felons convicted of drug offenses, Barack […]


Basmati Blues

Film Review by Kam Williams Cross-Cultural Love Triangle at Heart of Bollywood-Style Musical Dr. Linda Watt (Brie Larson) is a scientist doing research for Mogil, a leading agri-chemical company based in New York. The young […]