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Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] is a comedic podcast that reviews films with leading actors of color and analyzes them in the context of race and Hollywood's diversity issues. Hosted by Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III. BMCJ is an iTunes Editor's Choice podcast and has reached #2 on the iTunes Film/TV charts. BMCJ has also been covered by multiple websites including Huffington Post, Splitsider, Salon, The Daily Dot, and more. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 915 Ratings

Black Men Can't Jump [In Hollywood] is a comedic podcast that reviews films with leading actors of color and analyzes them in the context of race and Hollywood's diversity issues. Hosted by Jonathan Braylock, Jerah Milligan, and James III. BMCJ is an iTunes Editor's Choice podcast and has reached #2 on the iTunes Film/TV charts. BMCJ has also been covered by multiple websites including Huffington Post, Splitsider, Salon, The Daily Dot, and more. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
915 Ratings

915 Ratings

geelindy ,

Great Podcast

Great podcast. I went to see Knives Out the other night and my first thought leaving the theater was ‘I wonder what Black Men Can’t Jump would say about this?’

sincerely toya t ,

The Film Review Show I Have Searching For

So enjoyable. I am huge movie fan and relish in any chance to talk about movies. I usually watch reviews on YouTube but there are so few black movie reviewers. So happy I discovered this podcast. Gives me exactly what I have been looking for: fun, cultural critiques of films that I am watching or grew up watching.

Jay Jay the ball brain ,

This podcast is too throwed

One of my favorite things is corny stuff like when people say the name of a movie in the movie. I enjoy that part of the show. Good one on love don’t cost a thing. Have y’all done Rush Hour ✊🏿? I’d like to hear your take on that movie. Saw it recently with my Chinese/Korean girlfriend. She thought it was funny. I laughed, but also found it problematic. Back to the show. It’s dope, too throwed, and glad y’all don’t do the Hancock stuff anymore. That movie was trash. Like I’d be mad if my kid saw it by accident. I don’t have kids, but I’m just saying. Keep doing your thing.

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