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The Best of 2021 – Movies & Shorts

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From theatrically released movies, video on demand releases, films that are still waiting to find a home off the festival circuit and so many shorts, let’s go talk about some of the best movies and shorts of 2021.
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The Best of 2021 – Television & Anime

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Originally in order of season finales, but now in no particular order, here are many of the best shows whose season or series ended in 2021, or we only got a preview of.
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Lace (AllBlk) – Preview

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Continuing to expand and provide Black talent with opportunities, AllBlk is now venturing into legal dramas with a few familiar faces and names.
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Fatale (2020 – Theatrical Release) – Preview

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With Fatale biting Jordan Peele’s use of R&B music to present a horror/thriller in the trailer, could Michael Ealy and Hilary Swank make this Fatal Attraction like movie work?
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The Weekend Rundown – 1/5/2020

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From a mini-series about Madam C.J. Walker to Tyler Perry and Willem Dafoe’s latest films, this is The Weekend Rundown.
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Why Charlie’s Angels Flopped

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While we liked Charlie’s Angels and could foresee a franchise, let’s be real – it isn’t likely to happen now. Here’s why it probably bombed.
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Selena: The Series- First Look & Impression

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Whether you saw Jennifer Lopez’s take on Selena or not, a person’s story can’t really be surmised into 2 hours. So Netflix is bringing us over 6.

Eli (2019) – First Impressions

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Eli takes the usual bubble boy storyline, and instead of creating a comedy or drama, we get a full-on, “I need to go to church on Sunday” horror film.