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Black Cinema: 3 Films to Watch This Weekend

Black Cinema: 3 Films to Watch This Weekend

Black cinema is thriving right now, with a wide variety of films to choose from. Here are three must-watch Black films that you can stream right now:

They Cloned Tyrone

An intriguing mystery set in the early 1990s, They Cloned Tyrone stars Jamie Foxx, John Boyega, and Teyonah Parris. The film explores a number of timely themes, including wealth disparities, racial divides, and the harmful effects of systemic racism.

The film also makes a strong case for black empowerment, arguing that black Americans must come together and build their own businesses and communities in order to break free from the cycle of poverty and oppression.

The cinematography, visuals, and writing are all top-notch. They Cloned Tyrone is a well-made and thought-provoking work of art that is sure to stay with you long after you watch it.

Watch on: Netflix

The Blackening

If you’re looking for a good laugh, The Blackening is the film for you. This comedy/thriller is packed with sarcasm and action that will keep you intrigued throughout its length.

The movie is set in a cabin in the woods, and a group of friends must use their knowledge about Black history and pop-culture in order to stay alive. Along the way, they also have to deal with complex relationship issues.

The characters are diverse and relatable, and the plot is full of twists and turns. The movie also does a great job of exploring complex issues of race and identity in a way that is both funny and thought-provoking.

The Blackening is not too scary for those who are like me, allergic to horror movies. There are a few jump scares, but they’re not too frequent or intense. Overall, the movie is more of a comedy than a horror movie, so you can relax and enjoy the laughs.

Watch on: YouTube Tv


Yardie is a film directed by Idris Elba that takes place from Jamaica to the streets of London. In this film, we follow the character D through his childhood and adult life. As we follow D through life, we see his transformation into the version of himself he wants to live as. We see his character go through phases and grow through his grief.

The movie touches on drugs, crime, and loss, as well as the effect crime has on a community. This film is also one of my favorites. Honestly, it’s an all-around amazing film. The characters go through so many real-life issues and hardships that may be overlooked in daily life. Seeing these issues on film is a reminder that there are things people go through behind closed doors.

All my cryers, watch out! This movie is heart-wrenching, but it is beautiful to see how D grows within the film. How he chooses to create the life for himself that others may live and how their stories may compare to our own in America than in other countries. The film does a great job of depicting the realities of life in the inner city.

Watch on: Amazon Prime Video

These are just a few of the many great Black films that are available to stream right now. I encourage you to check them out and see for yourself why Black cinema is so vibrant and exciting.

If you’re looking for a great movie to watch, be sure to check out one of these three must-watch Black films. You won’t be disappointed. 

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