So we were supposed to sit down and have a conversation about pivotal black films for black history month. What transpired instead is just simply real shit,… Read more “A Bougie Conversation Epi 18: Black Futurists”
Spike Lee uses film as a mirror to show you history’s dreadful face, while at the same time illuminating how that same history has made you what… Read more “REVIEW: BLACKkKLANSMAN”
A BOUGIE CONVERSATION EPI 12. WHITE VOICES ONLY UP HERE (SORRY TO BOTHER YOU).
The.Espresso and Skumdogzillionaire chop it up about Sorry To Bother You.
Epi 9. And The Nominees Are…
In episode 9 Jordan and Adam discuss their hot takes on this year’s 9 best picture nominees and, of course, what would a bougie conversation be if… Read more “Epi 9. And The Nominees Are…”
Epi. 6 : The Golden Globes is a Comedy
The Golden Globes is truly a comedy. On this episode we discuss Get Out running as a comedy at the Golden Globes, as well as Lady Bird,… Read more “Epi. 6 : The Golden Globes is a Comedy”
A Bougie Podcast Epi. 5: Tie-ee-kah Wah-tity
‘Taika Waititi’ is the word of the day in this episode. We held this one in the chamber for a while to give you all a chance… Read more “A Bougie Podcast Epi. 5: Tie-ee-kah Wah-tity”
Epi. 3: BLACK PANTHER > harvey weinstein
Aaaaaannnndddddd we’re back! In this episode we discuss Weinstein, Blade Runner 2049, and Hackers. Oh and how about that Black Panther trailer!?
REVIEW: Good Time
The Safdie brother’s crime drama could have been a heavy, brooding piece. The brothers however, opt for style, and a little bit of fun along the way.… Read more “REVIEW: Good Time”
‘I Am Not Your Negro’, Alamo Drafthouse, and the shared communion of the cinema.
I Am Not Your Negro is a film that I’ve written about, and discussed, at great length. To say that I am a fan of James Baldwin… Read more “‘I Am Not Your Negro’, Alamo Drafthouse, and the shared communion of the cinema.”
Oscars are more diverse, and more tone-deaf than ever.
The 2016 Academy Awards will forever be remembered as #OscarsSoWhite, and for good reason too. There wasn’t a single black actor (or non-white actor of any kind)… Read more “Oscars are more diverse, and more tone-deaf than ever.”