Top Five

It need not surprise us that millennials, myself included, are intrinsically seeking how to better their business models and their working environments. And so, how should a 20-something seek to properly invest in 2016?
Gabrielle Union certainly has a sense of humor -- and we're not the only ones who agree. “People don’t realize that Gab Union
--Comedian Mike Epps shares his thoughts on Chris Rock’s latest film, “Top Five.” (Tom Joyner Morning Show) More Notable
Top Five is able to provide interesting social commentary because the core of the film is good -- it is a good romantic comedy. He has taken two of Hepburn's essential characteristics, charisma and chemistry, and put them on screen.
The funniest part of Chris Rock's very funny "Top Five"? For our money, it's this scene featuring -- spoiler alert -- DMX
Say whatever else you want to about 2014, here's one thing I know for sure. It had 365 days. And since new movies opened on screens across the USA on a great many of those days, I feel compelled to consider the year in films.
Chris Rock has a lot to say about race and humor and culture, and about where an artist fits into that discussion. Especially a black artist. It's hard to think about anyone better suited to talk about that right now.
Pryor's legacy -- his brilliance, his contradictions and ultimate tragedy -- lingers in the shadows of Chris Rock's Top Five. He is referenced outright by Rock's character Andre Allen during a conversation about comedy's greats. But the allusions to Pryor go deeper.
Remember in Pretty Woman when Richard Gere asks Julia Roberts what happens after the prince rescues Cinderella? Not missing