Black fatherhood is a beautiful thing. While certain narratives would have us believe that good black fathers don't exist, the fact of the matter is that they are out there, even if pop culture chooses to ignore it. We've seen great black dads on the small screen, from James Evans on "Good Times" to Uncle Phil on "Will Smith."
But there have been some great black father's on the big screen, too. Whether it's Christopher Gardner's message of determination in "The Pursuit of Happyness," or the wisdom of Furious Styles in "Boyz n the Hood," here are nine moves that perfectly highlight the many sides of black fatherhood.