Category Archives: Movies

Limitless (Movie Trailer)

A movie where writer, Eddie Morah (Bradley Cooper) takes a pill that allows you to use 100% of the brain.  Sounds like a movie I would see, and the only drug I would use. Enjoy.

The Dee & Ricky “SUPER HAPPY FUN TIME SHOW” (Teaser)

One of the illest stop motion teasers I seen. Especially from Dee and Ricky. Reminds me of going to the skating rink and playing Pac man for the breaks from skating. The Dee & Ricky “SUPER HAPPY FUN TIME SHOW” Coming Soon. Enjoy.

ALBe Back: To B. or Not to B. (Short Flim)

“Don’t ever be the second one to swing. Second guessing never learns the lesson”

Man, watching this really inspires a young MC like myself. A mix of spoken word, lyricism, & character in this short film from AlBe. Enjoy.

Mark Osborne: More(Video)

From Kid Cudi’s blog. Very inspirational and just great animation.

Babies: Movie Trailer

A documentary on several different babies of ethnicity, growing up in different parts of the world. Dope concept and can’t wait for the movie. Plus I’m a sucker for cute kids. I mean the first 45 seconds I kept “awww’ing.” Hey, don’t judge me. Ladies, I love babies too(follow me and DM me yo digits.) Anyway, enjoy.

UPDATE: SPEAKING OF BIRTH, Just wanted to say happy birthday to my big homie Akili Lee. He’s one of the people who support me and guides me to the dreams I want to achieve. Holler at him on twitter tell him happy birthday, and I dedicate this song to my dog. Happy birthday akili. enjoy.

Movie Of The Week: Bastards Of The Party

Yes, we skipped one night of my “Movie Of The Week” series due to my spring break, but out of the fly, I peeped this documentary from tAzArnold’s twitter page. Watched a few of it and wanted to share it with you guys. #PowerOfTheInternet. It’s called, Bastards Of The Party. Peep info below.

Raised in the Athens Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, Cle “Bone” Sloan was four years old when his father died, and 12 when he became a member of the Bloods. Now an inactive member of the notorious gang, Sloan looks back at the history of black gangs in his city and makes a powerful call for change in modern gang culture with his insightful documentary, BASTARDS OF THE PARTY.

All in all, this is a good watch one night your at home. I’m not going to post any favorites because I got the full clip here. And this is one of those life changing videos you should show the youth. so please Enjoy.

Movie Of The Week: Bowling For Columbine

Man, I almost didn’t do this edition. But you viewers give me strength. So I had to even though its low-key almost midnight. Anyway, let’s do something different. For the most part, I just been giving you guys movies, but let’s start doing other genres. My personal favorite, documentaries. I love watching them and this was the first documentary I ever watched. Michael Moore’s 2002 controversial film, Bowling For Columbine. This movie is breaking down the infamous Columbine high School shooting in 1999, when two high school boys shot up their high school. From there, Moore breaks down america history of poor Gun control, the violence that occurs in the united states.Reviewing the movie and what it teaches, the gun is a symbolism of the power U.S weilds and also how we let it control us. Just watch the movie and look at how we fight back.

Clip I: The intro. I love how Michael is gettin his haircut strapped up. Also, the Chris Rock clip put in.

Clip II: A brief history of guns & violence. look closely.

Movie Of The Week: Bamboozled

Bamboozled Movie Poster

How can Miss this one out?!?!? Well for those brain dead and hard of hearing, this M.O.T.W is none other than the infamous Spike Lee directed, Bamboozled. The story is centered around 2000 where a man, Pierre Delacroix(Damon Wayans) and his assistant, Sloan Hopkins(Jada Pinkett Smith) wanted to create to perfect television show that was “Outside the box”. It would be called, Mantan: The New Millenium Minstrel Show. Starring the duo of Mantan(Saivon Glover) and Womack(Tommy Davidson). During the movie, Race and class is seriously judged in every clique. Whether its corporate or in a small group. Looking back at the movie, Spike Lee did what no one else could do. Wake Niggas up. Just watch the movie and learn, Color runs skin deep.

CLIP I: The Dance of Death. Just watch.

Clip II: The interview with Pierre(PEEP LEFT EYE AT THE 2:00 CLIP!)

Clip III: A montage of minstrel show movie that Sloan played for Pierre at the end.

*UPDATE* What’s weird is, that this is the 10th year anniverary of Bamboozled. #Coicidence

Favorite Quote: “I am sick and tired of being a nigger and I am not gonna take it anymore!!!”

Maestro Knows…

….com. When the expression, “life is a movie” is heard, you should think of Levi Maestro. For me, I kind of wanna life like maestro: You meet special or famous people in your life, while you document it in a web series. How you meet them, you meet them by doing what you love. For maestro, it’s skateboarding. For me, I love music and art. I would love to do studio sessions, and do photography on my life. Take photos on what I see everyday. well, below is a sample episode where he tours with anthony Hamilton, and upcoming R&B artist B.J. The Chicago Kid. Enjoy.

Movie Of The Week: School Daze

It’s the first day of march tonight, so lets keep this series of MOTW(Movie Of The Week) going. Why not since it’s march madness, we look onto the Spike Lee(Directed, starred, produced) classic, School Daze. The movie talks about Lee’s character(half pint) experience homecoming weekend at the fictional Mission College. Also during this time, Half pint is trying to pledge the wild fraternity, Gamma Phi Gamma. On the other side, Pint’s cousin, Dap(Laurence Fishburne) is the school rebel whos anti-apartheid demonstrations encouraging students and school administrators to completely divest from South Africa.

Now looking at the clash of Pints pledging, and Dap’s protesting, it goes bigger than that. From the personal problems between Dap and Pint’s Dean *Clap* Big Brother “All MightY”, to looking at the clash of light skinned versus dark skinned women on campus. Though School Daze does leave you looking at college life differently, it lets you know about the history of self hatred. War between the fair skinned and darker, and  rebels and righteousness. Though you might not understand, just see the movie for yourself.

Clip: The battle between “Good” hair and “bad” hair

Clip II: The wake up Scene. Trust me, if you understand the world back then, then this scene is deeper than a mere “Wake up”

*UPDATE* Clip III: How could I forget Samuel Jackson’s small(yet), powerful scene.. Just watch.

P.S: My favorite Quote. “In life, there are times to be quiet man, Just shut the fuck up!!!”