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Marshall

4 Stars (out of 4)

Reginald Hudlin's Marshall is, simply, an important film as well as an entertaining one. Its subject, Thurgood Marshall, became the first African-American supreme court justice, yet Marshall focuses entirely on an early event in his career, a crucial 1940s court case. We can count on one hand the number of biopics about great African-Americans actually directed by African-Americans, Spike Lee's Malcolm X and Ava Duvernay's Selma included. Along with Lee, Hudlin was part of an amazing movement of African-American filmmakers in the early 1990s, making his debut with the comedy House Party, and following it up with an attempt at a more mature Eddie Murphy comedy, Boomerang... (More)

LIST OF THE WEEK

Top 10 Horror Movies of the 1930s

  1. Vampyr
  2. Bride of Frankenstein
  3. The Black Cat
  4. Freaks
  5. The Old Dark House
  6. Frankenstein
  7. Dracula
  8. The Invisible Man
  9. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  10. Island of Lost Souls
MOST POPULAR
  1. Blade Runner 2049
  2. Victoria & Abdul
  3. Blade Runner: The Final Cut
  4. Loving Vincent
  5. Lucky
  6. Enemy
  7. Trafficked
  8. Marshall
  9. Flatliners
  10. Othello
DVD OF THE WEEK
If you're thinking of seeing The Foreigner, why not go back and check out one of Jackie Chan's most entertaining movies of the 1990s, Supercop?

Supercop (1992)

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