The Best Movies Leaving HBO Max in March 2021

Judas and the Black Messiah

It’s almost March, which will mark one year since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States (or at least the point when this country began taking it seriously). Why not distract yourself from what is sure to be a litany of anniversary articles by watching a few films instead? There are some awfully good movies leaving HBO Max in March 2021, and we’ll highlight several of them and then provide you with the entire list below.
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judas and the black messiah review

In the “What We’ve Been Watching” segment, David, Devindra, and Jeff go in-depth on Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. For the feature review, the cast reviews Judas and the Black Messiah with Valerie Complex. Directed by Shaka King, the film stars Daniel Kaluuya as the activist Fred Hampton.

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The Croods 2 Box Office

This past weekend’s box office is still hanging out in the stone age. DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods: A New Age continued to dominate a paltry domestic box office, even with the arrival of buzzy awards contender Judas and the Black Messiah.

But even as box office figures have slowly improved as major markets remain closed amid the pandemic, none of that compares to the historic weekend that the Chinese box office just enjoyed, with action-comedy sequel Detective Chinatown 3 setting the country’s record for Lunar New Year opening weekend.

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judas and the black messiah review

“A badge is scarier than a gun.” So says William O’Neal, a Black man who sits in an interrogation room, bloodied and bruised. It’s the 1960s, and O’Neal has just been caught trying to boost a car while impersonating an FBI agent – and the crime could spell the end of his life as he knows it. His words ring true – he knows he doesn’t need to pull a weapon to frighten African Americans into submission; the threat of a lawman with unchecked power is far more terrifying. O’Neal’s attempt at car robbery sets him on a path towards destruction. He stays out of prison – but his freedom is gone.

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Judas and the Black Messiah Trailer

January is ending, and not a moment too soon. As we headed into February, new titles are headed to HBO Max, and a lot of them are definitely worth checking out. Here are the best TV shows and movies coming to HBO Max in February 2021.

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HBO Max Movies Trailer

Over a week ago, HBO Max provided a little tease of all the movies that Warner Bros. Pictures will be sending to theaters and the WarnerMedia streaming service simultaneously this year. Every single movie that the studio was planning on releasing in 2021 will get the hybrid release, including The Suicide Squad, Mortal Kombat, In the Heights, Malignant, The Many Saints of Newark, Dune, Cry Macho, and even The Matrix 4. Now a new, longer sizzle reel shows off new footage from all these movies and more. Read More »

HBO Max Sizzle Reel

Warner Bros. Pictures is shaking up the theatrical release model this year by releasing their entire movie slate simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max for a limited time. Wonder Woman 1984 was the first to try out this strategy, but the studio wanted to take it much further by sending movies like Godzilla vs. Kong, Mortal Kombat, Space Jam: A New Legacy, The Suicide Squad, and more to the streaming service. Now a new HBO Max sizzle reel teases all the same-day premieres coming throughout 2021. Read More »

Judas and the Black Messiah Trailer new

Time for another great trailer for Judas and the Black Messiah, the film that tells the story of how the FBI targeted Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. Directed by Shaka KingJudas and the Black Messiah is expected to be an awards season contender, and the movie just got added to the 2021 Sundance Film Festival line-up to boot. The story focuses on how FBI informant William O’Neal (LaKeith Stanfield) infiltrated the Black Panthers to get close to Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya).

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Judas and the Black Messiah Trailer

Judas and the Black Messiah tells the story of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Black Panther Party, and how he was betrayed by William O’Neal, a petty criminal forced by the FBI to infiltrate the Panthers and sow discord within Hampton’s movement. Daniel Kaluuya plays Hampton and LaKeith Stanfield is O’Neal, with Shaka King directing in his feature directorial debut and Ryan Coogler producing. And man oh man, is this one of the best trailers you’re going to watch this year.

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