Released Today in Film History, Barry Jenkins’ ‘Medicine for Melancholy’ Finds Meaning in a Post–Barack Obama Era

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Today in film history, January 30, 2009, Barry Jenkins’ feature film debut “Medicine for Melancholy” opened in USA theaters in a limited release. When I saw Barry Jenkins’s first feature film, “Medicine for Melancholy,” in 2010, it existed in my… Continue Reading

On This Day in Film History, ‘Blade: Trinity’ (The Worst in the Trilogy) Opened in USA Theaters – A Recap the ‘Blade’ Film & TV Franchise + Potential for a 4th Film or Reboot

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On this day in film history, December 8, 2004, the third (and worst) film in the “Blade” movie trilogy, “Blade: Trinity,” opened in USA theaters, closing out a franchise for star Wesley Snipes, although the 3rd film is one that… Continue Reading