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For Colored Girls Ft. Bri Blue

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ptzp8-ff3d9c

The Reel Poets and our guest reviewer, Bri Blue, review a 2010 Dramatic Film, For Colored Girls. This movie was directed by Tyler Perry.  It is an adaption of a famous stage play and book called For Colored Girls who have considered suicide / when the Rainbow is enuff. This play introduce the poetry style of Choreopoems. This movie was heavy.  

 

Snap Judgement

8.5 out of 12 snaps

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Marvin: Starvinmarvin09

Auntie Vice: Auntie Vice

Bri Blue: Bribluelife

CharRon: Iambiczine

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Alexandra Huynh: From City to National Laureate

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-w42r5-fe8fff

CharRon sat down with West Region Ambassador and 2020 Sacramento Youth Poet Laureate, Alexandra Huynh.  We discussed her Poetic journey to Sacramento Area Youth Speaks, Sacramento Youth poet Laureate and finalist to National Youth Poet Laureate. A title once held by Amanda Gorman in 2017. The winner will be revealed on May 2021. She even reads her poem, Inheritance

 

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Alexandra: Alexandra0huynh

CharRon: Iambiczine

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Window Horses

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-kwwd8-fdc6f9

Hello, Reel poets. Today, we will review 2016 Independent animation film, Window Horses. That is executive produced and main character voice by Sandra Oh.  We discuss how poetry is taught different in cultures and some western ignorance about the middle east and China.  

Snap Judgement

9 out of 9 Snaps

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Marvin – Starvinmarvin09

Auntie Vice – Auntie Vice

CharRon – Iambiczine

Posted in Movie Review, podcast, Poems, poetry, Sacramento

Love Jones Feat. J. Rowe

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-f4j8c-fb9499

Reel Poets review another movie with guest poet/reviewer J. Rowe.  We review 1997 film Love Jones with Larenz Tate and Nia Long.  We talk about the Poet writers: Reggie Gibson and Sonia Sanchez.  We discuss the different scene that made this not your ordinary romance comedy.  Which foretold our snap Judgement.

 

Snap Judgement:

9.25 snaps out of 12 (Thank to Auntie Vice new snap sign)

 

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Marvin – Starvinmarvin09 

Auntie Vice – Auntie Vice

J. Rowe – Rowe.writes

CharRon – Iambiczine