I’ve selected five holiday movies that’ll surely get you and yours in the spirit of the season.
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The animated doodle, which marked what would’ve been Langston Hughes’ 113th birthday, showed him typing on a typewriter (‘memba those!).
I like to think that people have the ability to change for the better. But when the Governor resurfaced a couple of episodes ago on AMC’s “The Walking Dead” something told me this dude was still cray-cray.
I first became familiar with Kasi Lemmons from her role as an FBI trainee in 1991′s “The Silence of the Lambs”–one of my favorite movies–but upon careful inspection, I soon realized that Lemmons also was one of the four women with whom Spike Lee’s character Half-Pint was hoping to score in 1988′s “School Daze.”
I was raised in a home where jazz was played often and anyone who visits my parents’ house will swear, with framed enlarged images of Miles Davis and John Coltrane’s albums prominently displayed, that it’s a shrine to that genre. With that said, news of longtime collaborators Toni Braxton and Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds starring in “After Midnight” is right up my alley.