Tag Archives: Lakeith Stanfield

‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ is the urgent black story of 2020

9/10 Three and a half years after the Charlottesville rally, after a year of grotesque displays of police violence, Judas and the Black Messiah is the story that puts these things in context, and it’s a fine film. Chicago, 1968- … Continue reading

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‘Knives Out’ is a fucking blast

9/10 I had the chance to see Knives Out for free and couldn’t wait for the chance to pay to see it again. It is so much fun. It’s a kind of fun I’d almost given up on having in … Continue reading

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Nerves, belly laughs from brilliant debut ‘Sorry to Bother You’

9/10 Sorry to Bother You is a special, special film. Cassius “Cash is” Green (Lakeith Stanfield) is an impoverished Oakland resident living out of his uncle’s garage. He starts the film by getting a call center job, which gets him … Continue reading

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