Vince and Len are stunned - no - flabbergasted by their guest, Philly news lady Denise James' disrespect for THE COLOR PURPLE (1985) or shall we say, her lack of regard for ONE WEAK LINK among the stellar cast of Whoopi Goldberg, Oprah Winfrey, Danny Glover et al.
December presents THE GIFTS THAT KEEP ON GIVING and we kick things off with Don Cheadle in his scene-stealing performance as ‘Mouse’ in DEVIL IN A BLUE DRESS (1995), the Carl Franklin film noir adaptation of Walter Mosley’s pulp crime novel starring Denzel Washington as reluctant private eye Easy Rawlins.
Media guru and devoted Missionary RICHARD NG brings his heritage, his culture and his insight to Planet Brooklyn to join the Men for a truly deep dive into director Edward Zwick's GLORY, featuring Matthew Broderick, Morgan Freeman and an Oscar winning performance by Denzel Washington.
Brooklyn is the place where the intellectuals meet as our resident 'prof' Vince Williams sits down with Fordham's Lisa M. Gill, PhD for a learned tete-a-tete on Spike Lee's 'fuller' length bio pic MALCOLM X featuring a riveting performance by Denzel Washington. Oh - and co-host Len Webb and NYC writer/designer George Carmona say hello once or twice too.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis shine in August Wilson's FENCES, a movie that speaks to Vince and Len in completely different but special ways.
The Micheaux Missionaries - our loyal fans - are on a mission to get Vince some face time with Anika Noni Rose, Roosevelt Franklin counts and the Men are charmed by mack-mode Denzel Washington in Mira Nair's MISSISSIPPI MASALA.
Mixologist SUMMER WILLOW FITCH tosses together a delish concoction called Mo' Better (an adult drink or so I'm told) and joins the Men for a review of 1990's Spike Lee sexy drama MO' BETTER BLUES, starring Denzel Washington, Wesley Snipes and introducing Cynda Williams.