Our ass-kickin-friend-of-the-community Black Dynamite takes on his childhood mentor and surrogate father: That Frog Kurtis, a Puppet TV educator turned super villain! When Cream Corn saves young Michael Jackson from an assassination attempt, the pint-sized pop star finds in Corn a new best friend. But as Black Dynamite soon discovers, Jacko is far from the cute bundle of talent the world adores: he's a merciless alien force who leaves his brothers and father Joe in constant fear of a bitch slapping! And when Cream Corn too has finally had enough, Dynamite and crew step in to slap the black off Mike's face, changing music and Michael forever. It started as a mission to infiltrate the world of adult film in order to solve a case. But now Bullhorn may be in over his head
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Plenty, it seems, as Nixon is both star and supporting character in two films that go straight into that cultural heart of darkness called the s, with some peculiar results. We begin with "Black Dynamite," a wonderfully execrable send-up of those blaxploitation films that Quentin Tarantino saw way too many of during his video clerk days. But I mean that in a good way. One of the main reasons is the deadpan performance by co-screenwriter Michael Jai White as Mr. The plot, such as it is, concerns the eponymous hero, fighting a dastardly scheme to hook little kids in the orphanage on smack.
The perfect double bill: "Black Dynamite" and "Dick"
It was every bit as raucous and un-PC as you would hope. Read on for a review of the show. Black Dynamite: The Animated Series is almost too good to be true.
The plot centers on former CIA agent Black Dynamite, who must avenge his brother's death while cleaning the streets of a new drug that is ravaging the community. The film is a parody of the blaxploitation genre. It had a trailer and funding even before a script was written.