Tag Archive for 'Mos Def'

Bamboozled – The Criterion Collection (Blu-ray Review)

If ever there was a movie ready for re-examination, it’s Spike Lee’s Bamboozled. A theatrical bomb with audiences, and the recipient of mixed reviews from critics, there’s no denying a lack of ambition on Lee’s part with a film satirizing racism in American pop culture, but was the film ahead of its time or a […]


Begin Again (Blu-ray Review)

Back in 2oo6, I was a big big fan of the sort of musical film Once.  Love the movie, loved the soundtrack even more.  It was a daring film, because above all else, that music had to be excellent in order for the film to truly work, and it did.  Then, it wound up winning […]


Life Of Crime (Blu-ray Review)

Life Of Crime interested me because it features characters from Jackie Brown.  On any given day, Jackie Brown is either my absolute favorite Quentin Tarantino film or at the very least Top 3.  Life Of Crime takes place with Ordell, Louis, Melanie and brief appearance from Ray in the year 1978.  This was a festival […]


Dexter: The Sixth Season (Blu-ray Review)

I didn’t get into the Showtime series Dexter until about its fourth season.  It’s not that I had anything against it, actually I heard quite a bit of positive buzz about it (namely from my ex co-worker Sandy), but it was that I was too cheap to subscribe to the premium channel.  Needless to say, […]