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the-goddamazon:

jhenne-bean:

bghwb:

beam-meh-up-scotty:

ladyanastaciaspencer:

Harlem Nights 1989

An absolutely great film.

» Critics hated this film. A prime example of white people not understanding a thing, so they shit all over the thing, point to it, and call it crap. Eddie was so upset by the critical failure, he didn’t watch the movie for years. He appreciates it now for what it is, but can you imagine working so hard on something you love with people you admire, putting it out in the world and then having it trashed?

This movie is amazing. It’s hilarious. One of Eddie Murphy’s best. The writing is on point. The direction is on point. It’s a cult classic in the black community, because we know gold when we see it.

If you haven’t seen Harlem Nights get your life and get it done.

this movie is excellent, forreal.

Fuck white critics.

This movie is a cinematic masterpiece and critics hated it because it had an all-star Black cast and featured Black people in positions of affluence and status instead of fucking servants and magical negroes.

~ Real talk

livingismyformofart:

courtnation:

kissnecks:

boredandmoist:

This time last year I was unemployed, broke, and suicidal.

Today, I just got the keys to my first house.

Give it time.

every time I see this, I reblog it.

Hope happens.

Real talk I was unemployed for…

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Spiritual siblings.

I need to surround myself with more positive, uplifting, spiritual people that are on the same journey to fulfillment as I am. I pray that God sends them my way🙏