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Are you tired of Black trauma being the only genre of Black movies out? Yeah? So you are like me who wants to see Blackness expressed in a variety of ways that aren’t rooted in Black trauma. But, sometimes it can be hard to find movies that are hella Black but not traumatic. Here is a list of Black movies you can watch that show a lot of Blackness without the trauma. I love a good movie and have a few lists of movies, so after you read this one, be sure to check out the rest of the lists. Table of Contents Introduction Representation for all cultures can be hard to come by and Black films have had their waves of variety to lackluster. There has been a significant push for more diverse representation in Hollywood. As the Black film industry has expanded and contracted, we have gotten some…

What’s up movie buffs! Are you looking for some great movies to stream or catch in theaters right now? April ended up being an exciting month for cinema lovers with a diverse range of titles available to watch. Whether you’re into action-packed blockbusters, heart-wrenching dramas, or hilarious comedies, there’s something for everyone. Streaming services like Hulu and Netflix, have also killed it this month with a ton of exciting movies. And, with so many streaming services, with so many titles it can be hard to find ones that really hit the spot. There are tons of flops on these apps and even theaters but I am going to help you find a couple of hot choices. But let’s not forget about the movies in theaters! With theaters reopening and new releases hitting the big screen, it’s the perfect time to grab popcorn and catch the latest blockbusters. So, what are…

Alright friends, let me tell you about the best TV Shows I watched in the month of April. This is my first month doing this and I hope to share my favs each month. So, I sit in front of my screen and write about my favorite TV shows that I binged in April. And let me tell you, folks, this month has been an absolute ride! From thrilling action comedies to imaginative other worlds, I’ve devoured them all. And if you’re looking for some new TV shows to binge on, I definitely have a list for you! Firstly, if you’re someone who loves to get hooked on TV shows with more than three seasons, I have a couple of gems for you. I even have a great TV show for kids on this list. So grab your snack of choice, get comfy on your couch, and get ready to…

Movies with Black leads are some of the best films out there, hands down. They are often thrilling, and suspenseful, and tell stories that we can all relate to. One great example of this is “Get Out,” a horror movie that tackles racism head-on and keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire time. Daniel Kaluuya’s performance in the lead role is simply outstanding, and the film’s commentary on race relations in America is both poignant and relevant. Another excellent movie with a Black lead is “Black Panther,” a superhero movie that completely revolutionized the genre. Chadwick Boseman’s portrayal of T’Challa was powerful and inspiring, and the movie’s Afrofuturistic world-building was nothing short of incredible. But movies with Black leads aren’t just limited to horror and superhero genres. “Widows,” a thriller starring Viola Davis, is a prime example of a movie with a Black lead that is both…

Buckle up, folks, because I’m about to tell you why sci-fi movies are the absolute best! Science fiction is about exploring new worlds and pushing the boundaries of what we think is possible. It’s a genre that invites us to dream big and imagine ourselves in extraordinary situations beyond our wildest dreams. And the best part? Sci-fi movies are inclusive! Take “Sorry to Bother You,” for example, a mind-bending film that combines satire, humor, and science fiction to tackle issues of race, class, and capitalism. The film stars Lakeith Stanfield as a telemarketer who discovers a dark secret about his company. It features a diverse cast of characters who bring their unique perspectives to the story. Sci-fi movies with black leads offer a representation for us in stories that are different than your typical church movie, hood movie, or romcom. They tell stories that are both entertaining and thought-provoking, and…

Oh, honey, let me tell you why supporting movies with Black leads, casts, directors, and productions are so important. First of all, diversity is what makes the world go round. It’s what makes life interesting and exciting. Seeing people from all walks of life represented on the big screen is not only necessary but it’s also a way to learn and appreciate other cultures. And let’s face it, Black people have been killing the game in the entertainment industry for years. From Sidney Poitier to Denzel Washington, Lupita Nyong’o to Viola Davis, these actors have been giving us their all, and it’s about time we give back. But it’s not just about the actors. Supporting Black directors and producers means giving them a platform to tell their stories and showcase their talent. It’s about recognizing that Black people have a unique perspective that deserves to be heard. And when we…

If you love RomComs, this is the list for you! No matter the movie type finding your favorite genre with a Black lead or Black experience can be challenging. There was an era of a ton of Black romcoms but now it may be hard to find. If you’re a fan of romance and comedy (or “rom-com” movies, as they’re often called), then you’re in for a treat. I’m a firm believer that romcoms are some of the greatest movies out there, and we’re here to tell you why. Fellas, if you are looking for an excellent movie to play for some Netflix and Chill, this will be sure to impress your boo. First of all, romcoms are the perfect escape from the stresses of everyday life. When you’re feeling overwhelmed or just need a break from the grind, there’s nothing like settling in with a romantic comedy to lift…

Good Black TV Shows are hard to find but they do exist. There are almost too many shows on streaming services to sort through and even watch. Honestly, most of the lists you will find online will tell you to watch the same shows. Then, of course you have to watch the current popular show to keep up with pop culture. What happens when the popular show is over and you can’t seem to find something else? That is where I come in, with a list of Black TV show’s you have likely not heard of but are all good. So, here are 10 Black TV shows you likely haven’t heard of, haven’t seen and definitely need to watch: 1. Woke (Hulu) 2. Lupin (NetFlix) 3. South Side (HBO Max) 4. Wonder Years (Hulu) 5. Chewing Gum (Originally Netflix – Now HBO) 6. Swagger (Apple TV) 7. Black Lady Sketch…