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Kam Williams is a popular and top NewsBlaze reviewer, our chief critic. Kam gives his unvarnished opinion on movies, DVDs and books, plus many in-depth and revealing celebrity interviews.

Sadly, Lloyd Kam Williams passed away in 2019, leaving behind a huge body of work focused on America’s black entertainment community. We were as sad to hear of his passing as we were overjoyed to have him as part of our team.

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The Ultimate Gift Film Review

When Red Stevens (James Garner) passed away, all of his potential heirs were summoned to the billionaire tycoon's corporate boardroom by Ted Hamilton (Bill Cobbs).

Kam’s Kapsules For Movies Opening March 16, 2007

Horror, sex, profanity, phychological thrills, violence, documentaries, reality and war... Movies Opening March 16th.
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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air – Season Four DVD Review

But make no mistake, this 4-Disc DVD remains a Will Smith vehicle from beginning to end, capturing the eventual two-time Oscar-nominee at a stage in his career.

Sucka Free Love Book Review

'The goal of this book is to demonstrate with real life examples the many ways we shoot ourselves in the foot in our quest for love.
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Maxed Out Film Review

The result is no surprise: millions of borrowers who end-up burdened by a mountain of debt they have no way of ever eliminating.
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Niecy Nash – The Reno 911!: Miami Interview

Born Carol Denise Ensley in Palmdale, California on February 23, 1970, Niecy Nash knew she wanted to be an actress at the age of five.

Kam’s Kapsules: For Movies Opening March 9, 2007

Weekly previews that make choosing a film fun. Big budget, independent and foreign films, opening March 9, 2007
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Borat DVD Review

Borat Sagdiyev (Sacha Baron Cohen), a terminally-gullible TV reporter hailing from a primitive little village in Kazakhstan, harbors some rather naive notions about the West
Filmmaker Tim Alexander, Co Star Paula Lema and Star Jimmy Jean Louis

Diary of a Tired Black Man, Review of Thought-Provoking Melodrama

Now, help has arrived in Diary of a Tired Black Man, a fascinating half-documentary-half melodrama which marks the directorial debut of Tim Alexander.
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Into Great Silence (Die Grosze Stille) Film Review

Who would ever think that you could make a movie about an order of self-effacing monks who've taken not only a vow of celibacy, but also of silence?
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The Number 23 Film Review

Sadly, The Number 23 is no exception in this regard. This sophomoric psychological thriller might not be the best movie Jim Carrey ever made, but it certainly is his worst.
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Tideland DVD Review

Deliberately disturbing, disgusting, and designed with the unshockable in mind, Tideland is strictly recommended for the very open-minded with cast-iron stomachs.
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Music and Lyrics Film Review

Fast forward to the present where learn that Colin has been knighted by the Queen, leaving Alex languishing on the fringes of show business.

Kam’s Kapsules: Movies Opening February 23, 2007

Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun - For movies opening February 23, 2007
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Daddy’s Little Girls Film Review

Lucky for her, she has a couple of girlfriends, Cynthia (Tracee Ellis Ross) and Brenda's (Terri J. Vaughn) who are intent on playing matchmaker.
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Ryan Phillippe – The Breach Interview

Matthew Ryan Phillippe was born on September 10, 1974 in New Castle, Delaware where, at the age of 15, he developed an interest in acting.
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Close to Home (Karov la Bayit) Israel Film Review

This slice-of-life adventure is very effective at portraying the plight of young females who suddenly find themselves on the frontlines of the war on terrorism.
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Hannibal Rising Film Review

If you ever wanted to know exactly what turned Hannibal Lecter from a dapper British doctor into a bloodthirsty cannibal, don't expect to get no satisfaction from Hannibal Rising.

How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (Interview)

How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (And Enjoy It), a retrospective on the versatile maverick's entire career, reveals a man who also spent time as a novelist (in French).

How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (And Enjoy It)...

Among the many luminaries making appearances in the picture are Melvin's son, Mario, filmmaker Spike Lee, photographer Gordon Parks, and musician Gil Scott-Heron