Kam on Film: ‘Miles Ahead,’ ‘Meet The Blacks’ and What’s New In Theaters

Miles Ahead

Sony Pictures Classics

Rated R for drug use, nudity, sexuality, brief violence and pervasive profanity

Cheadle Channels Legendary Jazz Great In Warts-And-all Biopic

It’s no secret that Don Cheadle wanted to make a movie about Miles Davis (1926-1991) for over a decade. Well, the wait is finally over …

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Kam on Film: ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice,’ ‘The Brainwashing Of My Dad’ and What’s New In Theaters

Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice

Warner Brothers Pictures

Rated PG-13 for intense violence, pervasive action and some sensuality

Latest DC Comics Adaptation Pits The Man Of Steel Against The Caped Crusader

Let’s face it, Christian Bale’s Batman was going to be a hard act for any actor to follow, …

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Kam on Film: ‘Burning Bodhi,’ ‘White Lies’ and What’s New In Theaters

Burning Bodhi

Monterey Media

Rated R for profanity, sexual references and drug use.

Kaley Cuoco Stars In Millennial Generation’s Trendy Variation On The Big Chill

Bodhi was a popular guy back in high school several years ago. So, when he passed away unexpectedly from an aneurysm, it’s no surprise that …

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An Interview with James Franco: The ‘Yosemite’ Interview

James Franco is an actor, director, screenwriter, producer, teacher and author. He began his career on Freaks and Geeks and received a Golden Globe Award for his performance in the biographical film James Dean.

His notable film credits include Oz, the Great and Powerful, Spring Breakers, the Spider-Man trilogy, Milk …

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Kam on Film: ‘Miracles From Heaven,’ ‘The Young Messiah’ and What’s New In Theaters

Miracles From Heaven

Sony Pictures/Affirm Films

Rated PG for mature themes

12-Year-Old Recovers From Incurable Illness In Faith-Based Drama Recounting Real-Life Miracle

Annabel Beam (Kylie Rogers) was born in Burleson, Texas, where she was raised by her parents on a farm surrounded by cats, dogs, goats, cows and a donkey. …

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Kam on Film: ‘The Perfect Match,’ ‘The Final Project’ and What’s New In Theaters

The Perfect Match

Lionsgate Films

Rated R for nudity, sexuality and pervasive profanity

Womanizing Playboy Finally Meets His Match In Battle-Of-The-Sexes Comedy

Confirmed bachelor Charlie Mack (Terrence J) is always up-front with women about his dating philosophy, simply, “I don’t do relationships.” The shameless playboy’s almost 30, and his womanizing …

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Kam on Film: ‘London Has Fallen,’ ‘Triple 9’ and What’s New In Theaters

London Has Fallen

Gramercy Pictures

Rated R for graphic violence and pervasive profanity

Adrenaline-Fueled Sequel Follows “Bigger Is Better” Golden Rule

The conventional wisdom for shooting a sequel to a successful action flick is that “bigger is better.” In the case of this bigger-budgeted follow up to Olympus Has Fallen

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Oscar Predictions 2016: The Envelope Please – Who Will Win, Who Deserves To Win, Who Was Snubbed

It’s unfortunate that there’s a dark cloud hanging over the Oscars because of the absence of any black actors or actresses among the nominees for the second year in a row. What’s worse is the way the controversy is creating a rift in the Hollywood community.

A number of African-American …

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Kam on Film: ‘Eddie The Eagle,’ ‘Race’ and What’s New In Theaters

Eddie The Eagle

20th Century Fox

Rated PG-13 for smoking, partial nudity and suggestive material

Against-The-Odds Saga Chronicles Exploits Of Underdog Ski Jumper At The 1988 Winter Olympics

Growing up in Cheltenham, Michael Eddie Edwards (Taron Egerton) would tell anybody who would listen that he would be an Olympic athlete …

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An Interview with Marlon Wayans: The ‘Fifty Shades Of Black’ Interview

Marlon Wayans is a true multi-hyphenate: an actor/producer, comedian, writer and film director. His films have grossed more than $750 million in domestic box office, an average of nearly $50 million per outing. As a stand-up comedian, Marlon sells out theaters and clubs alike, nationwide.

On the feature film front, …

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