Regardless of the medium they work in, it is always important that an artist knows when to stop. Unfortunately, most filmmakers typically take insightful adages (such as less being more) and viciously throw them out the window when they latch onto a viable (and profitable) character or premise. 839 more words
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D’Urville Martin is one of those names that should be as familiar to movie fans as Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, and Richard Roundtree. Martin was seemingly in everything at the height of the blaxploitation niche in the mid 1970s, but it was always in a supporting role, so his face didn’t make it onto all of those fabulous movie posters of the day. 804 more words
OK, both, or one, or neither of the following movie trailers is fake. Can you guess which is phony and which is for real?
First, there’s the southern colonel who’s cooked up a recipe for revenge: 432 more words