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Plot: An inexperienced college student meets a wealthy businessman whose sexual practices put a strain on their relationship.
Runtime: 92 mins Release Date: 29 Jan 2016
I've been a big Wayans brothers fan ever since the release of their 1996 movie, "Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood". Before that I really didn't understand any of their work. It was too artsy, too intellectual. It was on "Don't Be a Menace..." where Marlon Wayans' presence became more apparent. "Fifty Shades of Black" an epic meditation on intangibility, at the same time it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding movies. Look to the brilliant ensemble playing of Wayans, Hawk and Zigrino. You can <more>
practically feel every nuance of every human emotion. In terms of comical craftsmanship and sheer beauty of Hawk's boobs, this move hits a new peak of professionalism. The whole movie has a clear, crisp look and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that gives the script a big boost. He's been compared to Chris Rock, but I think Marlon has a more bitter, cynical sense of humor. Take the "Wesley Snipes tax" gag. In this segment, Marlon Wayans addresses the problem of abusive political authority. I think that this movie is Wayans' undisputed masterpiece. The script is so witty, that most people probably don't think about deep underlying themes, but they should, because it's not just about the pleasures of conformity and the importance of trends. It's also a personal statement about the author himself. Most importantly, Hannah's fiery monologue at the end of the movie encourages us to oppose racial discrimination and promote civil rights, while also promoting equal rights for women. Also, the masterfully crafted politically correct script reminds us that we have to promote general social concern and less materialism in young people.
Please do not believe the negative reviews (by eternaltranzitions)
I cannot believe they rated this movie 7% on Rotten Tomatoes and 3.4 on here. This was one of the funniest comedies I have seen in about a year or so. All the characters are hilarious and the script was really funny and well written. Please do not believe the negative reviews on this site or others. I usually never write reviews but after watching the movie and laughing hysterically, I was compelled to write one. There was a joke almost every 2 minutes or so which kept me engaged and I even missed out on a few jokes because I was laughing too hard. I did not even watch 50 Shades of Gray and <more>
this was still really funny. If you like movies such as Scary Movie, White Chicks and Dance Flick you will surely love this. Give it a try, you will not be disappointed.
The Masterpiece We've Been Waiting For (by rasmusthompson)
Fifty Shades of Black is a refreshing art-house indie film as it aims to jab with it's power and ferocity instead of cuddling itself up with convolution. It's emotionally mature, capturing race and culture so insight fully and sensitively and it script really cleverly dissects racial stereotypes and turns it on it's head. Never since Birdman have I seen such a power-house of a film hilariously and truthfully mirroring Hollywood and the state it is in. By parodying Fifty Shades of Grey, one of the few masterpieces of 2015, not a year before it was made turns Hollywood's state <more>
of remakes on it's head. Marlon Wayans is fantastic, bringing his charisma, energy, and displaying the raw and powerful emotion we thought he had lost after Scary Movie 2. And how this film turned out to be the masterpiece of cinema it is is just an accomplishment. An insightful, hilarious and culturally sensitive film this is a special landmark and kicks off 2016 with art-house genius and style.
Nice comedy you should see it (by khundadzenugzar)
Very Good Comedy.I rate this movie based on fact that it was meant to entertain and hype me- It did its job well.And when I mean hype I mean I had very low expectations, and it really met them. This film is pure gold, it has all these black people culture jokes, penis jokes, toiler jokes, sex jokes, all the love you need.The whole movie makes you wonder, what else unexpected turn of events will happen, what does the director of this masterpiece throw at us in the next scene, you are basically tense throughout whole movie.So if you want to have FUN by making fun of quality black humor this <more>
comedy version of fifty shades of Grey (by rajatshanu64)
that is so so full of comedy movie it is comedy version of fifty shades of Grey whole story is same as i guess but topic are now changed Grey is all about romance and drama and this is just all about comedy or else you can say this is same comedy version like meet the spartan is comedy version of 300 so when you are going to watching a comedy version of any film make sure you did watched it's original version it makes you more laugh. i enjoyed full movie very very much nothing to tell because same as of Grey version but in Grey movie you will enjoy some sex scene and here this guy just <more>
come out it 1 min and movie is full with this type comedy and the best dialogue i listen it is when the girl beating men with hunter and she said," And this is for the little white girl in Fifty Shades of Grey she had to be naked in whole movie! this is best dialogue. i don't know why it's IMDb rating is 3.5 i noticed people is not rating much to comedy movies but i give it 9 . some movies have low rating doesn't mean it is flop this is one not it earn doubled then it's budget. i don't know why the i am not watching it for a long time i thought it is just same as the Grey version but yesterday when i watched it's trailer then i got interest.
First of all I cannot understand why the current featured review of this movie is by someone who admits he hasn't seen 50 Shades of Gray ... that makes him totally unqualified.This was a great parody. Kali Hawk bears a striking resemblance to Dakota Johnson. Kali's performance is impeccable; she captures every detail of Dakota.It's also difficult to understand the low ratings. If you saw Gray you'll love Black.
Funny if you know what kind of joke to expect (by andre2999)
People should be used to the kind of humor coming from movies with Marlon Wayans, so I don't get the point of people complaining the humor was offensive. If it's not your thing it's obvious you won't like it, the least you can do is learn that some actors/directors make movies you simply don't like.I only new enough about 50 shades the book and can't tell there is no need to watch the movie before watching this. At the beginning the movie doesn't really know where it's going, but after a while it finds its pace and delivers. Me and my friends had good laughs.
The Fifty Shades you should see (by videorama-759-859391)
People who hate Fifty Shades Of Grey I bet there's a lot of you'se out there} will be appeased. Here, you pi..ed off many, will be compensated for your suffering. This comedy spoof, ala, Wayans, almost outdoes itself, near up there on the comedy scale with films like Bruno. They'll be chuckles aloud, in continuity. And we know if the Wayans are involved, we're not gonna be disappointed, smart brothers who know comedy but smart comedy with some gags you never see coming. They have an original style of comedy that's always a winning formula. What this film does, is that is <more>
it surprisingly sticks to the story and scene structure as the other one, almost to the letter, with some cute changes, one I particularly liked. Here, this one really takes the p..s out of the 2015 bore snore. Exciting lead, Wayans, replaces our dull Dorman, really throwing spark into the role, in top gear as Christian Black, while this time, our English lit student/journo replacement/part time hardware shop worker, and ordinary, known as Hanna, not Anastasia Steele, is wonderfully played by Hawk. From comical whippings to dejected, non helicopter/jet rides, this Fifty Shades has it all. We have some really crude moments involving male anatomy, someone who's really well endowed, shall we say. Hanna Steele's more likable flatmate here, is a chubby Rebel Wilson type who craves sex and food, and food, and food. Again we have many movie references something I'm not really impressed by a bit too many here, with a little bit of Zero Dark Thirty and I Spit On Your Grave 3, thrown in as well, as well as the dropping of a famous Porky's easy lay character. A couple of surprising co stars show up in this, like a still radiant and refined, Jane Seymour, and shocking as it is surprising, a cameo by a much recently missed Brady. This one has better everything, better script, better acting, entertainment value and appeal, for a number of reasons, most of them, laughably related. Fifty Shade's haters will love this Fifty Shades, trust me. You want something done right, different and smart, get a Wayans to do it. Good show and well made pic too.
Much better than anticipated (by ginocox-206-336968)
"Fifty Shades of Black" satisfies my primary criterion for comedies: Did it make me laugh? It did. I haven't seen "Fifty Shades of Grey," so don't know which parts were parodies or how effectively the movie lampooned its inspirational material. Some of the gags fell flat, others seemed poorly executed, but many made me laugh out loud. The humor isn't politically correct in the least, but I consider rectitude the antithesis of comedy. Much of the humor involves racial stereotypes, but rather than being mean spirited toward minorities, it often ridicules the <more>
ignorance of bigots. The sexual content, as well as the sadomasochistic elements were low key and conservative, despite the R-rating in part for "some graphic nudity," which comprised obviously prosthetic phalli and scrota, and one left breast that looked better than real. Production values were more than adequate with a refreshing lack of distracting camera jitter. Performances were solid throughout, with all the actors committed to roles that weren't always flattering. Kudos to Jane Seymour and Florence Henderson for their unabashed performances, as well as to the rest of the cast. None of the actors seemed self-conscious in the least. My chief reservation is that they didn't push the envelope a little further. The bondage scenes and Steale's brassiere and panties ensembles became a bit repetitive. Some of the situations could have been mined for more humor.