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Hello listeners! And welcome to Randomocity. I am your host, Rand. No, Rand is not short for anything... I take that back, I am. Who am I kidding, you all can't see what I look like anyway.
Hello listeners! This is your captain speaking. Please hold fast to your electronic devices, make sure your earphones are fastened, and your volume is set to eleven; because you're in for a bumpy ride!
I enjoy running, I also enjoy listening to music, a combination of both creates a sense of home for me. Before I go on a run, I usually pick a random radio station on Spotify to listen to, and I’m well on my way. I like putting my list in shuffle mode, so that I can expect the unexpected. If I like the song, I add it to my playlist. There was this one song on a run that rang beautifully in my ears. The song was "Run Boy Run" by Woodkid. I found that the title of the song was ironic because... well... I was running. Prior to listening to this song on Spotify, I only heard the intro of it being played over a meme depicting someone running away from something. I never heard it in its entirety.
I was able to watch the Netflix Original movie, Velvet Buzzsaw, the other day. I’m going to say it up front: The trailer was appealing to me, enough to even watch it, but the whole movie was a disappointment. I give it one star out of 10, and here is why:
In honor of Black history month, I would like to list Black movie remakes. Some of these I've seen, and others I haven't, but I want to, so that I can compare. For this I will base it on my personal viewing and research on these films, whether it be theatrical, straight to video, or a TV movie. So without further ado, and in no particular order, I give you my list of Black movie remakes!