Film

Can’t Stop the Feeling Parody by SUSE

Can't Stop the Feeling Parody by SUSE | June's Journal

I love this IT company’s music videos! Here is their latest, “Can’t Stop the SUSE.” Parody Lyrics by: Bryan Lunduke, Joanne Eames, Kent Wimmer Behind the scenes footage Ha. Love it! Enjoy. And don’t stop dancing. Seriously. Get up in move. It’s bad to sit in one place for hours on end. It can be…

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Behind the Scenes at SNL, Suse and The Flash

Behind the Scenes at SNL, Suse and The Flash | June's Journal

Standby to Zoom.  Standby 31.  And Zoom. It’s live TV.  The set change must be fast. And done with precision. Take a look at this recent set change sneek peek of the popular comedy show, Saturday Night Live. Good job, John. In 35. Come on, that big wall’s gotta go, and we’ll be alright. 7…

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New Denzel Movie, “Fences” Debuts Christmas Day

New Denzel Movie, "Fences" Debuts Christmas Day | June's Journal

Watch the new official teaser trailer for Fences, starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis. See it in theatres December 25, 2016. Here are some reviews from around the web: Film Review: Denzel Washington and Viola Davis in ‘Fences’ https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fences_2016 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2671706 http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/fences-review-946013 http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2016/11/22/the_first_reviews_say_denzel_washington_s_fences_is_a_major_oscar_contender.html https://www.commonsensemedia.org/movie-reviews/fences https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fences_(film) http://screenrant.com/fences-movie-trailer-reviews ‘Fences’ Review: Denzel Washington and Viola Davis Take Center Stage

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PBS Documentary: Black America Since MLK

PBS Documentary:  Black America Since MLK | June's Journal

Nerd or Historian? I love documentaries. So maybe I’m a history buff at heart somehow. While I may not completely agree with everything said in any film, I find many documentaries fascinating. Okay, maybe I’m a nerd at heart! Sneak Preview: 2-minute Video Clip Anyhow, here is a PB special documentary called, “Black America Since…

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Django Unchained: To See or Not to See?

Django Unchained: To See or Not to See? | June's Journal image 2

I haven’t seen Quentin Tarantino’s movie, “Django Unchained” yet, a Western with slavery as the backdrop of an epic love story. I’ve only seen the interview that Oprah Winfrey had with Jaime Fox who stars in the movie along with Kerry Washington. This movie is quite the talk among one of my circle of friends.

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Soledad Obrien’s Documentary on, “Who is Black in America”

Soledad Obrien's Documentary on, "Who is Black in America" | June's Journal image 3

This past Sunday night I watched a documentary on CNN.  By Soledad O’Brien.  TV journalist. Topic: Who is Black in America.  I knew I had to tune in.  This topic has interested me for quite some time.  Long before bi-racial Barak Obama became known as American’s first Black President.  When he was elected I actually…

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Movie Trailer for “Restless City” by Andrew Dosunmu

Movie Trailer for "Restless City" by Andrew Dosunmu | June's Journal

It moved viewers at the 2011 Sundance Festival.  Then it opened in theatres throughout New York City and Lost Angelos, CA, on April 27, 2012, released by AFFRM (African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement).  Now it can be viewed in other cities due to demand.  Such as in Denver at Denver Film Center! Catch it at 12p,…

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New York Times Documentary on Transitioning to Natural Hair

New York Times Documentary on Transitioning to Natural Hair | June's Journal image 2

Check out this 6-minute video on black women “transitioning” their hair.  I loved it.  It was posted on the New York Times website three days ago.  The video is called “Transition.”  And Zina Saro-Wiwa is the filmmaker.  It focuses on black women’s decision to embrace their naturally kinky hair in lieu of chemical relaxers or straighteners. To read…

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