The Year in Comedy Podcasts

The Year in Comedy Podcasts

Best Movie Podcast - Black Men Can’t Jump in Hollywood: “Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III have been judging movies on the “Did it help the Cause?” scale for a few years now. After making (as part of the talented ensemble) Astronomy Club’s hilarious digital series for Comedy Central, and recently landing their own development deal with IFC, things are moving in a well-deserved direction for these three hypertalented comedians.”

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The Best Podcasts of 2018

The Best Podcasts of 2018

The Best Podcasts of 2018: “I love movies, but I can’t stand a lot of movie-review podcasts. There’s only so much pontificating I can handle before I start wondering why I’m not just listening to myself talk out loud. I can waste my own time talking about movies, but I can’t do what Black Men Can’t Jump in Hollywood does. I’m not that funny, for starters.”

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This Week in Comedy Podcasts

This Week in Comedy Podcasts

This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Black Men Can’t Jump in Hollywood: “It’s an extremely political episode of the “nonpolitical podcast” as BMCJIH tackles BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee, and a true story that’s hard to talk about… The BMCJIH guys all care a lot about this movie and have exhausted all the additional information available about it — listening to this episode is a digest of all the long reads you have open in a tab but might never get around to.”

Lend Your Ears To These Awesome Black Podcasts

Lend Your Ears To These Awesome Black Podcasts

Lend Your Ears To These Awesome Black Podcasts: “Although the guys try to present a more lighthearted and fun look at the entertainment industry, they do take the topic incredibly seriously and really know their stuff. Recently featured on the podcast was Charles Stone, the director of Kyrie Irving’s first motion picture, “Uncle Drew”.”

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Changing the Dialogue: How Digital Creators Are Reshaping Film Criticism

Changing the Dialogue: How Digital Creators Are Reshaping Film Criticism

Changing the Dialogue: How Digital Creators Are Reshaping Film Criticism - "Most critics come in and they’re judging based on some idea of meritocracy. And we’ll talk about that stuff too, but for the most part we’re looking at how is this movie defining culture, and how is this movie establishing a precedent for actors of color."

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The 20 Best Podcast Episodes from Summer 2017

The 20 Best Podcast Episodes from Summer 2017

The 20 Best Podcast Episodes from Summer 2017: “As the nation was still reconciling the aftermath of the deadly Charlottesville protest back in early August, Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III took a pause from film discussion to place the events of that weekend in context. After a discussion of representation, both onscreen and in public monuments, the group settled in for a look at the 1989 film “Glory.” Even when deviating slightly from the usual format, “Black Men Can’t Jump In Hollywood” brings some humor to a trying subject, and this is one of their most insightful looks at the cause.”

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