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Keith David

Keith David: The Distinguishing Voice of a Legend

Myrdith Leon Mccormack | Posted 11.02.2013 | Black Voices
Myrdith Leon Mccormack

Keith David. Pure Magic. The sound of his voice. The rhythm of his walk. The manner in which he demands you do a double take.

Keith David: The CFQ Interview

Dan Persons | Posted 05.07.2013 | Entertainment
Dan Persons

Quick, when I throw out the name Keith David, what's your first thought? Him casting a suspicious glance towards Kurt Russell in The Thing? The fistfight with Rowdy Roddy Piper in They Live? Face it, the guy's been around.

Review: Cloud Atlas Says Little But Does So Beautifully

Scott Mendelson | Posted 12.25.2012 | Entertainment
Scott Mendelson

It is a visually glorious and occasionally powerful achievement that, if possible, should be seen in its IMAX format. To use a cliche suited to the film, Cloud Atlas reaches for the moon yet ends up in the stars. But what beautiful stars they are.

Russ Parr- Unplugged At ABFF

Myrdith Leon Mccormack | Posted 09.16.2012 | Black Voices
Myrdith Leon Mccormack

Russ Parr makes no apologies for telling this story. Though the subject matter is "difficult to digest", many of these stories are based on true experiences.

A Real Critic's Choice

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Recently, I had to choose between two screenings, both happening at the same time. One was Lottery Ticket, a comedy starring Bow Wow. The other was A Film Unfinished, a Holocaust-themed documentary. That seems like a no-brainer, right?

HuffPost Review: Lottery Ticket

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

The less said about Lottery Ticket, the better. The odds of you laughing at this weak and obvious comedy are about the same as winning the lottery.

Movie Review: Death at a Funeral

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Neil Labute's remake of Death at a Funeral is virtually a photocopy, in terms of the story it tells and the comedy beats it hits. Yet everything in this version is coarser and more obvious, aimed at a lowest-common-denominator audience.