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Plot: This is the story of 1970s African-American action legend Black Dynamite. The Man killed his brother, pumped heroin into local orphanages, and flooded the ghetto with adulterated malt liquor. Black Dynamite was the one hero willing to fight The Man all the way from the blood-soaked city streets to the hallowed halls of the Honky House…
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Best Spoof since the 80’s ZAZ glory days!
This is what “Undercover Brother” and “Grindhouse” (minus the ‘phony’ trailers) wished they could have been but weren’t: a tribute to a dismissed period of cinema that feels like it belongs (and comes from) its era.
But this isn’t just a collection of random jokes or stabs at blaxploitation genre clichés without rhyme or reason. There is an actual story (convoluted and non-sensical but it’s there, and even allows long scenes that advance the plot to unfold without a single obvious joke), there are real characters (over-the-top and cliché’ but not two-dimensional walking cardboards) and there are action/fighting scenes (enhanced via the same seamless green screen/CG technology used in “Kung-Pow” a few years back) that make this an actual blaxpoitation movie that just happens to be funny because it’s being so true and respectful to the genre it represents. Michael Jai White looks and inhabits his lead role like he stepped out of the 1970’s; it’s the best casting for a movie since Christopher Reeve got the Superman/Clark Kent role, and I’m not kidding. Supporting actors really get into their blaxpoitation roles (Arsenio Hall and Tommy Davidson are hilarious in too-brief cameos) but they don’t overplay their OTT personalities or overstay their welcome. The way “Black Dynamite” gets around its ‘R’ rating to sneak in a graphic sex scene is not only genius but ties directly with the movie’s best scene in which the ‘heroes’ crack the code in a cafeteria. And the orphanage scene has to be seen to be believed. 😛 Only the overblown finale that pushes things way past the breaking point (think “Shoot ‘Em Up” and yes, it’s that big a misfire) betrays the cinematic illusion that this is a 70’s flick that’s been rotting in a vault somewhere.
I got my $12.50’s worth and will gladly wait for the DVD because I’m sure there’s a joke or two I missed. The one’s that hit the mark are hilarious though. Don’t listen to the DVD Talk reviewer on this one (they’re usually right but this time he’s way off), “Black Dynamite” is a winnah!
Best Comedy of 2009
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Michael Jai White is Black Dynamite, a celebrated community bad dude, and his life as a street enforcer and ladies man is interrupted by the murder of his brother. It appears his brother was killed in a drug deal gone bad and Black Dynamite has a three part responsibility: One is to avenge his brother’s death, the second is to find out who got his brother back into drugs because Black Dynamite promised his mother on her death bed that he would not let that very thing happen, and third is to find out what role The Man plays in the drugs on the street and lining politician’s pockets.
Black Dynamite takes this one personal.
And so begins “Black Dynamite.” I absolutely cannot describe much of the plot in this movie because much of the humor comes from the giant leaps and absurdity of the plot. I’ll tell you this much: At some point in the movie Black Dynamite and his crew has to infiltrate kung-fu island. Come on, “Kung-fu Island?” Additionally the plot doesn’t make sense if one thinks about it too long. It’s OK, it’s not supposed to and that’s part of the charm, but it is good not to watch the movie while charting plot holes. The film also has a scene where it takes a nice stab at itself and movies of the genre for the wild jumps in plotting. It’s a brilliantly funny part of the movie.
Michael Jai White pulls off his best performance to date in “Black Dynamite.” I reviewed White’s good but not great Bone and Blood and mused what White could do with a more sensational role. Here is that role. The script is co-written by White and the entire movie feels like a labor of love by the folks involved. White is a sensational martial artist and displays everything from high impact karate to the more movie-traditional wushu. Whatever he’s doing there is no mistake Black Dynamite is bad to the bone. The gags come hard and fast with great timing and pop and cultural references out of left field.
The movie should instantly become a quotable hit with some of the most memorably funny lines laid to film in a long time.
The last quarter of the movie comes from out of nowhere and is about as incongruous as a plot turns in a movie can be. The scenes of the finale become so increasingly bizarre and absolutely funny that the viewer can hardly pay attention to what’s happening. I was slumped in my seat with tears rolling down my cheeks and my stomach hurting more with each additional discovery by Black Dynamite. The absurdity becomes out-of-bounds but it works well because the majority of the movie walked the line of satire and never wore out its welcome as an absurd farce. When the final scenes hit, laughs just keep coming and coming and coming.
The movie is the perfect comedic interpretation of the blaxploitation movies of the 70s as well as action films of the grindhouse style altogether. There are neat subtle little jabs made here and there that make social points, but nothing heavy-handed. The end result is simply a fantastically funny and entertaining movie that is as fun to watch as anything I’ve ever seen. “Black Dynamite” instantly climbs my list of 2009 films to sit right besides Duncan Jones’ “Moon” as my favorite film of the year.
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Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Genre Action, Comedy
Director Scott Sanders
Writer Michael Jai White (screenplay), Byron Minns (screenplay), Scott Sanders (screenplay), Michael Jai White (story), Byron Minns (story)
Actors Phyllis Applegate, Obba Babatundé, William Bassett, Troy Lindsey Brown
Awards 1 win & 4 nominations.
Production Company Destination Films, Sucker Punch Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Otto Nemenz International
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 16 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 16
Printed Film Format 35 mm (blow-up) (Eastman)