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Blaxploitation Is Back In All Its Glory with 'Black Dynamite' (Video)

There are 22 comments on the www.eurthisnthat.com story from Oct 12, 2009, titled Blaxploitation Is Back In All Its Glory with 'Black Dynamite' (Video). In it, www.eurthisnthat.com reports that:

*The blaxploitation era of the 70s was some of the most creative cinema ever known to the film industry.

A lot of the films, while overly dramatic, over acted and/or under budgeted, had thought provoking and/or relevant themes and content.

In fact, some of the films like: "Three the Hard Way," "The Spook Who Sat by the Door," "Shaft" and others gave us heroes and strong images of black men that protected the community rather than took from it. We needed that then and we're still desperately seeking our correct images now.

Michael Jai White (Why Did I Get Married? and Spawn) weighed in on the blaxploitation film industry and how it helped him in creating his new film, “Black Dynamite.”

“Dynamite” is a complete throwback to that era and it brings the serious and hilarious side of blaxploitation films back to the big screen.

Click over and link to the full story and watch the trailer.

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Jawga Boy

Acworth, GA

#1 Oct 12, 2009
Negroes love to be depicted as heroes!

Look at "Amos And Andy"!

I suppose that why Negroes as a group, attend movie theaters more than anyone else!

They love to be entertained.

Warning!

Warning!

Never attend a movie theater that has more then 25% of Negro attendance!

You won't be able to hear a damned thing!
MDJ

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#2 Oct 12, 2009
All men like to be depicted as a hero or a man in power.....dumb dumb!

That's why we have Presidents, Generals, Doctors, Good Samaratins, etc......

Stop acting like an ole bastard Jawgazz!
the_truth_be_tol d2006

Kingsport, TN

#3 Oct 12, 2009
http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/... #
Opens Oct 16...maybe...at a theater near you...doubtful.
Michael Jai White, whose career died after Spawn, and Arsenio Hall, whose "career" never was.
Does anybody else smell a "Blockbuster"?
They would have been better off making "Vegas Vampire II" LOL
Note...the movie hasn't even opened yet, and 5 Black racists have already graded it an A? Blacks will support anything, no matter how stupid they look doing it. LOL
MDJ

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#4 Oct 12, 2009
the_truth_be_told2006 wrote:
http://www.boxofficemojo.com/m ovies/?id=blackdynamite.htm#
Opens Oct 16...maybe...at a theater near you...doubtful.
Michael Jai White, whose career died after Spawn, and Arsenio Hall, whose "career" never was.
Does anybody else smell a "Blockbuster"?
They would have been better off making "Vegas Vampire II" LOL
Note...the movie hasn't even opened yet, and 5 Black racists have already graded it an A? Blacks will support anything, no matter how stupid they look doing it. LOL
You're pathetic........i bet you are sooooooo miserable.......
Jawga Boy

Acworth, GA

#5 Oct 12, 2009
Good, good , movies!



http://www.youtube.com/watch...

These were happy darkies.
paramon001

Switzerland

#8 Oct 12, 2009
Jawga Boy wrote:
Good, good , movies!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =f69GdiSZ-NAXX
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
These were happy darkies.
What do you have against Black folks, why are you so filled with hatred towards people who have historically done you absolutely no wrong?

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#9 Oct 12, 2009
paramon001 wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you have against Black folks, why are you so filled with hatred towards people who have historically done you absolutely no wrong?
Now THAT, is an good question.
the_truth_be_tol d2006

Kingsport, TN

#10 Oct 12, 2009
Jawga Boy wrote:
Good, good , movies!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =f69GdiSZ-NAXX
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
These were happy darkies.
Hilarious! You finally found a real example of that 3AM phone call Obama is always going on about.
That's too good LOL
MDJ

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#11 Oct 12, 2009
paramon001 wrote:
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What do you have against Black folks, why are you so filled with hatred towards people who have historically done you absolutely no wrong?
Because they are blamed for slavery (lynchings).......and it shows they to.....can be savages.........like they accuse black people of being..........so everything you do and say to offend anyone who's white.......you better guarantee......any wrong black men and women do......will be exposed.

Since: Mar 08

Minneapolis, MN

#12 Oct 12, 2009
This is true. They come to socialize and cuss and spit and talk on cell phones. And tell their children to STFU and smack them around. It is like being at a three ring circus. So never ever go to the bargain matinee. They don't spring for the full price tickets. Go then if you don't want to see BeBe's kids instead of the movie.
Jawga Boy wrote:
Negroes love to be depicted as heroes!
Look at "Amos And Andy"!
I suppose that why Negroes as a group, attend movie theaters more than anyone else!
They love to be entertained.
Warning!
Warning!
Never attend a movie theater that has more then 25% of Negro attendance!
You won't be able to hear a damned thing!
the_truth_be_tol d2006

Kingsport, TN

#15 Oct 12, 2009
paramon001 wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you have against Black folks, why are you so filled with hatred towards people who have historically done you absolutely no wrong?
Or it could be the 40 years of dumping Billions of dollars into a violent subsect of malcontents that have failed to even attempt to better themselves. Or it could be the criminal proclavity that ensures 1 in 3 Black males will serve time in prison, not jail, but prison during their lifetime. Or it could be how they manipulated the good graces of Whites only to strong arm their way into every facet of American life under the "you owe me" mantra, only then to try, and often succeed in pulling the standard down to meet their level of ineptness, instead of raising to what the standard was. Or it could be that despite any measure you extend to them, they want more, even though they refuse to do more for themselves.
The list goes on and on, would you like to hear more?
Better yet, can we just ship them all to you, so you can see the REAL "Black Experience" first hand?
No give backs though.

For the record, no Whites relate themselves or feel guilty for slavery or lynching. It's ancient history that Blacks hold on to in their indoctrination here to try to justify their continuous begging.
MDJ is a moron.
TOP FLIGHT

Powder Springs, GA

#16 Oct 13, 2009
Jawga Boy wrote:
Good, good , movies!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =f69GdiSZ-NAXX
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
These were happy darkies.
TOP FLIGHT wrote in a previous post:
Slavery happened..to keep mumbling about it will not change it...it is not slavery that present day blacks should be more concerned about, it is equal respect for dignity and worth of all individuals. Somethings that have to be earned, somethings that helps to move this country beyond racism.
Slavery (racism)in America has affected everyone,the enslaved, their descendants, and even those who did not own slaves, or those whose ancestors came later have benefited from this evil social institution and the aftermath (institutionalized racism) that evolved from its existence. Therefore, the "we never own slaves, or you were never slaves" just will not stand the "effects and affects" test.
But again it happened. The WHY, HOW, WHEN, and for the most part the WHO are well documented. to keep blaming and pointing fingers or making excuses for its existence, or who did what to whom will not move the country beyond its present stagnation with the CONCEPT.
Remember it (Slavery/Racism) as a defining aspect of this evolving country, yes, but allowing it to continue to enslave ones thoughts just moves an individual from one box to another. IT IS ONE THING TO BE A RACIST, BUT ANOTHER TO PRACTICE RACISM.
We are all different. The stereotype of blaming whites for the present conditions or effects of racism does not wash for all. There are "dregs" of the cultural slop bucket throughout the total US population. Four hundred years of oppression along with the the media, ESPECIALLY THE FILM industry, have made it to appear more apparent in
the black community. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, Never have so few done so much for so many with with so little. Starting with having nothing, not even owning the clothes on their backs, black Americans have achieved much. Again blame, is many time misplaced, and positive results are simply ignored.
We are all stitched together by a common thread, woven into a common fabric..AMERICA.. fragile at times, and sometimes very worn, but held together by more of the things and common values than those that are not..held together and generated, grown, broken, and re-glued over more than 400 year. Enslaved thoughts, vitriolic, scathing, and caustic 'tribal' rhetoric makes the road ahead still a long ways behind.

“THE PICTURE YOU LOVE MOST”

Since: Jan 08

DON'T DENY YOUR DESTINY

#17 Oct 13, 2009
TOP FLIGHT wrote:
<quoted text>TOP FLIGHT wrote in a previous post:
Slavery happened..to keep mumbling about it will not change it...it is not slavery that present day blacks should be more concerned about, it is equal respect for dignity and worth of all individuals. Somethings that have to be earned, somethings that helps to move this country beyond racism.
Slavery (racism)in America has affected everyone,the enslaved, their descendants, and even those who did not own slaves, or those whose ancestors came later have benefited from this evil social institution and the aftermath (institutionalized racism) that evolved from its existence. Therefore, the "we never own slaves, or you were never slaves" just will not stand the "effects and affects" test.
But again it happened. The WHY, HOW, WHEN, and for the most part the WHO are well documented. to keep blaming and pointing fingers or making excuses for its existence, or who did what to whom will not move the country beyond its present stagnation with the CONCEPT.
Remember it (Slavery/Racism) as a defining aspect of this evolving country, yes, but allowing it to continue to enslave ones thoughts just moves an individual from one box to another. IT IS ONE THING TO BE A RACIST, BUT ANOTHER TO PRACTICE RACISM.
We are all different. The stereotype of blaming whites for the present conditions or effects of racism does not wash for all. There are "dregs" of the cultural slop bucket throughout the total US population. Four hundred years of oppression along with the the media, ESPECIALLY THE FILM industry, have made it to appear more apparent in
the black community. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, Never have so few done so much for so many with with so little. Starting with having nothing, not even owning the clothes on their backs, black Americans have achieved much. Again blame, is many time misplaced, and positive results are simply ignored.
We are all stitched together by a common thread, woven into a common fabric..AMERICA.. fragile at times, and sometimes very worn, but held together by more of the things and common values than those that are not..held together and generated, grown, broken, and re-glued over more than 400 year. Enslaved thoughts, vitriolic, scathing, and caustic 'tribal' rhetoric makes the road ahead still a long ways behind.
BRAVO! Eloquently stated!
will waal

Toronto, Canada

#18 Oct 13, 2009
Donivan wrote:
<quoted text>
BRAVO! Eloquently stated!
c/s
Trizzy

Greensboro, NC

#19 Oct 13, 2009
I watched it at http://leafpen.com/38890 after doing some survey thing.
BBB

Rahway, NJ

#22 Oct 16, 2009
LOL...is this going to be a comedy? It will probably be a good movie.
LMAO

AOL

#23 Oct 16, 2009
Jawga Boy wrote:
Negroes love to be depicted as heroes!
Look at "Amos And Andy"!
I suppose that why Negroes as a group, attend movie theaters more than anyone else!
They love to be entertained.
Warning!
Warning!
Never attend a movie theater that has more then 25% of Negro attendance!
You won't be able to hear a damned thing!
I bet it would sound like the monkey cage exhibit at the local zoo.
LMAO

AOL

#24 Oct 16, 2009
TOP FLIGHT wrote:
<quoted text>TOP FLIGHT wrote in a previous post:
Slavery happened..to keep mumbling about it will not change it...it is not slavery that present day blacks should be more concerned about, it is equal respect for dignity and worth of all individuals. Somethings that have to be earned, somethings that helps to move this country beyond racism.
Slavery (racism)in America has affected everyone,the enslaved, their descendants, and even those who did not own slaves, or those whose ancestors came later have benefited from this evil social institution and the aftermath (institutionalized racism) that evolved from its existence. Therefore, the "we never own slaves, or you were never slaves" just will not stand the "effects and affects" test.
But again it happened. The WHY, HOW, WHEN, and for the most part the WHO are well documented. to keep blaming and pointing fingers or making excuses for its existence, or who did what to whom will not move the country beyond its present stagnation with the CONCEPT.
Remember it (Slavery/Racism) as a defining aspect of this evolving country, yes, but allowing it to continue to enslave ones thoughts just moves an individual from one box to another. IT IS ONE THING TO BE A RACIST, BUT ANOTHER TO PRACTICE RACISM.
We are all different. The stereotype of blaming whites for the present conditions or effects of racism does not wash for all. There are "dregs" of the cultural slop bucket throughout the total US population. Four hundred years of oppression along with the the media, ESPECIALLY THE FILM industry, have made it to appear more apparent in
the black community. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, Never have so few done so much for so many with with so little. Starting with having nothing, not even owning the clothes on their backs, black Americans have achieved much. Again blame, is many time misplaced, and positive results are simply ignored.
We are all stitched together by a common thread, woven into a common fabric..AMERICA.. fragile at times, and sometimes very worn, but held together by more of the things and common values than those that are not..held together and generated, grown, broken, and re-glued over more than 400 year. Enslaved thoughts, vitriolic, scathing, and caustic 'tribal' rhetoric makes the road ahead still a long ways behind.
Pffffffffffffffffffft!!!

Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhh what a load of afrocentric bs.

oh___Really

“It's not an optical illusion.”

Since: Dec 09

It just looks like one...

#25 Jan 2, 2010
Donivan wrote:
<quoted text>
BRAVO! Eloquently stated!
Eloquently cut and PASTED, you mean,...
http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/TMS4UG53F4AJ9...

lmAo!!!
OH NO

Powder Springs, GA

#26 Jan 2, 2010
oh___Really wrote:
<quoted text>
Eloquently cut and PASTED, you mean,...
http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/TMS4UG53F4AJ9...
lmAo!!!
What is your point? Of course it is cut and pasted. It gives credit to the the original poster of the thread. That does not affect the content of the thread.

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