Ben Is Back

Film Review by Kam Williams   Addict Unexpectedly Arrives Home for Christmas in Dysfunctional Family Drama Holly (Julia Roberts) and Neal (Courtney B. Vance) are raising a family in a quaint country home in upstate […]



Film Review by Kam Williams   Christian Bale Morphs into Dick Cheney in Seriocomic Biopic Who is the real Dick Cheney (Christian Bale) and how did he become the most powerful vice president in U.S. […]


God Bless the Broken Road

Film Review by Kam Williams   Military Widow Loses, Regains Faith in Cliche-Ridden Tale of Redemption Sergeant Darren Hill (Liam Matthews) was just days away from finishing up a tour of duty in Afghanistan when […]

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If Beale Street Could Talk

Film Review by Kam Williams   Barry Jenkins Directs Faithful Adaptation of Beloved James Baldwin Classic In 1974, James Baldwin published “If Beale Street Could Talk,” a love story, set in Harlem, about a beleaguered […]


Green Book

  Film Review by Kam Williams Black Pianist Tours Segregated South with White Chauffeur in Road Trip Dramedy Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) was a promising prodigy whose formal training in classical piano began when he […]


Blacktrospective 2018

by Kam Williams Kam’s Annual Assessment of the Best in Black Cinema Best Big Budget Black Films 1. If Beale Street Could Talk 2. Black Panther 3. Green Book 4. The Hate U Give 5. […]



  Film Review by Kam Williams   The Windy City Serves as Setting for Adaptation of Brit Crime Series Widows was a British TV series which enjoyed a two-year run from 1983 to 1985. Created […]