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Best Jonthan Braylock podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Jonthan Braylock podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] is a comedic podcast that reviews films with leading actors of color and analyzes them in the context of race and Hollywood's diversity issues. Hosted by Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III. BMCJ is an iTunes Editor's Choice podcast and has reached #2 on the iTunes Film/TV charts. BMCJ has also been covered by multiple websites including Huffington Post, Splitsider, Salon, The Daily Dot, and more. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
 
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Anissa Folley joins Jerah and James in studio as Jonathan calls in for a discussion of "Queen & Slim" starring Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
Steve Way from Hulu's "Ramy" joins the show to discuss 2017's "The Upside" starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
The guys talk throwback thriller 21 Bridges (starring Chadwick Boseman), New York movies, and bad bridge analogies. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
Black teen rom-coms, there's not enough of them, but is this one any good? The guys sit down to discuss 2003's "Love Don't Cost a Thing," starring Nick Cannon, Christina Milian, Kenan Thompson and Kal Penn. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY MACK WELDON! https://mackweldon.com/ Get 20% off your first order with promo code "JUMP" --- Black Men Can't J ...…
 
Larry Owens & Corin Wells join the show to talk about Harriet - the 2019 Harriet Tubman biopic starring Cynthia Erivo. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
What makes a comeback performance? Is it the year of Eddie? How many explicitly titled standup specials can one guy have? Answers to all these questions AND MORE as we review Dolemite Is My Name! Listen up! Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJ…
 
Live from the Lyric Hyperion in Los Angeles, the guys welcome James Davis to talk Scary Movie - and more importantly, to get scared of a movie! Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
This week, it's the triumphant return of fan favorite, member of the four-timers-club, Tessa Claire Hersh, to watch the last movie Eddie Murphy ever made: Vampire in Brooklyn. We FINALLY have some diversity on the show, and it SHOWS. Listen up!!! THIS EPISODE SPONSORED BY MACK WELDON https://www.mackweldon.com ENTER "JUMP" FOR 20% OFF! Black Me ...…
 
They made a person................................ out of ...................................... a PERSON????!!!! The guys get into Will Smith's newest... blockbuster, Gemini Man, and try and figure out exactly how Hollywood makes a clone movie in 2019 (after trying to make it in 1997). Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! ...…
 
War! This week, the guys jump into one of the few horror movies/one of the few period pieces on the market with a black lead: JJ's Overlord. Was there enough horror? Was there enough period drama? Tune in to find out - and while you're at it, maybe you'll just learn who your Overlord is. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! ...…
 
Laci Mosley (Florida Girls, Scam Goddess) joins the guys this week to think like men - and to watch Think Like A Man! They learn how long you should wait before having sex, how important gender roles are, and so, so much more! Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https:/ ...…
 
This week we review Star Wars: The Last Jedi LIVE from London Podcast Festival! Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
This week we're joined by Lily Du and Dariany Santana to discuss Hustlers. We talk about Jennifer Lopez's performance, riding the line between a blockbuster flick and a serious drama, and the necessity for more films written and directed by women. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive B ...…
 
You’re about to hear a preview of The Lead that looks at what really went down after that blown call in the 2018 NFL Playoffs game between the Rams and Saints. While you’re listening, go subscribe to The Lead on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you’re listening right now. Or go to Wondery.fm/TheLeadCJBy Forever Dog
 
This week we discuss School Daze, the 1988 film from Spike Lee. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
This week we discuss the 1983 film Trading Places, starring Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
This week we cover the 2004 film I, Robot, starring Will Smith. We talk about Smith's performance, the progression of technology in our society, and more. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJBy Forever Dog
 
Did you know that British comedies are better than American comedies? The guys welcome Carl Tart (Brooklyn 99) to the studio to discuss Zoe Saldana's characters' dating preferences, where the hell Blair Underwood was, and whether poop is funny or not. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exc ...…
 
Jerah, an adult, takes over the mics this week with pals Oscar Montoya and Dariany Santana, also adults, to review children's movie Dora and the Lost City of Gold. Does Jerah know any Joses? How can Dora pull off these bangs? Why is it crazy when monkeys talk, but not foxes? Tune in to find out!!!!! --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has lau ...…
 
Here’s a new podcast for you! Spanish Aquí Presents is a brand new show from Earwolf that brings you the best of the best of lo mejor of Latinx comedy. Hosts Raiza, Oscar, Tony and Carlos chat with special guests, discuss what’s on their minds about Latinx culture, and wrap up the show with an improv set that’s muy fuego. (to be read in the voi ...…
 
The guys are back... and they're feeling old as hell. For their FOUR YEAR ANNIVERSARY, it's Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw! With fewer fight sequences and worse writing than ever before, is Fast and Furious back? Listen up to find out! --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive ...…
 
The guys drop in to FIGHT THE POWER and turn their headphones down to discuss the 2005 action blockbuster xXx: State of the Union, Vin Diesel's race, and jacking anything with wheels. Will Ice Cube's performance outrun the movie's 17% score on Rotten Tomatoes? Let's find out! THIS EPISODE SPONSORED BY MACK WELDON https://www.mackweldon.com ENTE ...…
 
After a long, long pause, the guys hit the studio for the much-anticipated Lion King (sp?). First of all, it's CGI - and it's dope as hell. Second, a history of Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Third: a scary Nala?!?! This movie is... something! Listen up! --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusi ...…
 
Coming in with that extra 3%, it's the only animated movie Will Smith has made so far: Shark Tale. (Will Smith is coming out with an animated movie Spies in Disguise this year.) On what the boys say is their worst episode yet, they praise that shrimp talking its way out of getting eaten, ask why the hell the fish are standing up straight, and d ...…
 
On this week's episode, we discuss not just the fire soundtrack but the fire flick Roll Bounce. From child... icon... Bow Wow's robot dancing to the dawn of the roller blade to the real-life realness of taking out the trash, there's no question: these guys like this movie. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up no ...…
 
On this week's episode, we discuss the one. The only. The movie that started it all. No, not the one where the train comes at the screen. It's... INDEPENDENCE DAY! Will Smith's breakout, featuring the sexy nerd Jeff Goldblum. We talk about what it takes to head up a franchise, who the everyman is in the Hunger Games, and, of course, we welcome ...…
 
James' wife Katharine is back on the pod to discuss the Netflix hit rom-com, Always Be My Maybe, starring and co-written by Ali Wong and Randall Park (along with Michael Golamco). They chat about how the movie integrated Asian culture, the importance of food in the film (our hosts do a deep dive into their own "cooking"), and of course, Keanu's ...…
 
On this week's episode, we discuss the Men In Black spinoff, Men In Black International, starring Tessa Thompson & Chris Hemsworth, directed by F. Gary Gray. We talk about the over-saturation of franchises, Thompson & Hemsworth as a duo, and whether there will be another MIB movie, and more! Plus, which one of us has the best Liam Neeson impres ...…
 
Today we discuss Ma, the newly released horror/thriller starring Octavia Spencer. We talk about the way the film explores the idea of the villain, teenage group mentality, and Spencer's departure from her usual roles. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patr ...…
 
This week, we discuss the new Aladdin, directed by Guy Ritchie. We talk about the casting choices, how we think the film will be received by various audiences, and the musical numbers. We also question why Ritchie was chosen to direct this film, and if it's actually just Hitch the sequel?By Forever Dog
 
Today we talk about the newly released Netflix film See You Yesterday, produced by Spike Lee. We discuss our personal opinions on time travel, casting black actors in this classic storyline, the "suggested content" on Netflix, and more. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS conten ...…
 
In todays episode we discuss the newly released Pokémon Detective Pikachu, directed by Rob Letterman and starring Ryan Reynolds & Justice Smith. We talk about our own histories with Pokémon, the way humor is used in the film, who this movie is for, and the original Pokémon characters vs. the new ones. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has l ...…
 
This week we discuss the 2001 release, Baby Boy, written and directed by John Singleton. We talk about how the film represents gender dynamics and male maturity, Taraji P. Henson's performance, and more. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content! https://www.patreon.com/BMCJ…
 
This week, we sit down to talk about the not-so-great sequel to a masterpiece, Men In Black II. We talk about how Will Smith's performance changes from the first film to the second, who deserves to get neuralyzed and why, and, once and for all, how genuinely good Hancock is. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up ...…
 
In this Milly Tamarez & Monique Moses podcast takeover (featuring Jonathan Braylock), we discuss Homecoming, the newly released Beyonce concert film. We talk about Beyonce as a savvy business woman who maintains a specific message, how the film humanizes her and explores her process, and whether or not Beyonce is recognized by the institutional ...…
 
This week, we are joined in the studio by Karen Sepulveda to talk about the new release Little, starring Regina Hall and Issa Rae. We talk about how well the film was released, Kenya Barris's role and her history working on Blackish, the way the film approached the romantic storyline, and much more. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has lau ...…
 
This week we're joined by Tristan Griffin to discuss the 1993 release, Menace II Society. We talk about Tupac originally being cast, the racist confirmation bias as it presents itself in the film, systemic oppression, toeing the line of glorification, and more. Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access ...…
 
This week, we discuss Jon's all time favorite movie, The Matrix. We talk about the heavy-hitter actors who were approached to do this movie before the cast was ultimately assembled, how thought out every shot of the film is, Keanu Reeves' particular way of emoting (and how well it works in this role), and how The Matrix was slighted at the Osca ...…
 
This week, we discuss the newly released Us, Jordan Peele's follow-up to the potentially unsurpassable Get Out. We talk about Lupita finally getting to use an American accent in a film, how the themes of Us might paradoxically weaken the movie, and we debate whether it's scarier to see the front or the back of your head in a mirror. --- Black M ...…
 
This week, we're joined in the studio by Nore Davis to discuss Belly, the 1998 release starring Nas and DMX and often referred to as "the black Goodfellas". We talk about the film's poor critical reception, the way it speaks about Africa, the experience of first seeing it in theaters, and the portrayal of white children vs. black children in fi ...…
 
This week, we discuss the 1998 release, The Negotiator, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kevin Spacey. We talk about Samuel L. Jackson's prolific acting but rare leading role, if this movie was written for a white actor, and James shares a wealth of analogies that capture his feelings about the film. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has laun ...…
 
In today's episode, we review Green Book, this year's Oscar winner for Best Picture. We talk about the controversy surrounding the movie, the implications of it's win, and why white protagonists are problematic in films about race. --- Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content ...…
 
This week we talk about the 1992 release, Malcolm X, starring Denzel Washington. We discuss black history, the length of the film, how it was robbed by the academy, and the significance of Malcolm X. --- ALSO Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content!: https://www.patreon.com/BMCJ…
 
In this episode, we discuss Hitch, the 2005 release starring Will Smith, with special guest Suni Reyes. We talk about romantic comedies with diverse casts, relationship dynamics and stereotypes, and the backstory to the casting of this movie. --- ALSO Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusi ...…
 
This week, we're joined in the studio by fellow Forever Dog podcast host, Unofficial Expert's Sydnee Washington. We discuss What Men Want, the 2019 release starring Taraji P. Henson and based on the premise of Nancy Meyers' What Women Want (2000). We talk about the way the film approaches feminism, the ideal height of male romantic leads, Tracy ...…
 
On this week’s episode, we discuss the 1997 comedy B*A*P*S, directed by Robert Townsend, starring Halle Berry. We talk about the movie’s racial stereotypes, the line between satirical and offensive humor, screenwriter Troy Beyer’s reaction to the final product, and much more. ---ALSO Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sig ...…
 
This week, Shana DeAndrea joins us to talk about the 2001 release, Save the Last Dance, starring Julia Stiles and directed by Thomas Carter. We discuss how the movie handles the central interracial relationship, Julia Stiles' performance, and more.By Forever Dog
 
On today's episode, we discuss the new M. Night Shyamalan movie Glass, based in part on Shyamalan's previous films Unbreakable and Split. We talk about our experiences with M. Night Shyamalan movies through the ages, how Samuel L. Jackson got short changed in this role, and James McAvoy's acting skills.…
 
This week Jon, Jerah, and James discuss Aquaman, directed by James Wan and starring Jason Momoa. They cover awards season, seeing new types of heroes depicted on screen, forced jokes in the marvel universe, and more.By Forever Dog
 
For the first episode of 2019, James and Jon are joined by guest Brianna Baker to talk about the new release Escape Room, directed by Adam Robitel. They discuss their own experiences with escape rooms, the sweet spot between good and bad that effective horror movies hit, and how refreshing it is to see actors of color in a movie where their rac ...…
 
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