1998 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominees

The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1998 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominees • Soul Food

Soul Food

March 14, 2024

We wrap up our series covering the 1998 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominees with George Tillman Jr.’s Soul Food. Does he deliver the sentimental and heartwarming family drama he intended? And how hungry does it make us? Tune in!

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1998 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominees • Love Jones

Love Jones

March 7, 2024

We continue our 1997 NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress nominees series with a conversation about Theodore Witcher’s only film, Love Jones. Is it a first film with questionable casting decisions, unbelievable dialogue, and badly paced editing? Or is it a good example of what romantic comedy dramas are supposed to be with enjoyable characters and a great ending?

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: Member Bonus • Spawn

Spawn • Member Bonus

February 29, 2024

The members have spoken and decided that, instead of a good film with real possible options for an alternate 1998 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Lead Actress, we should talk about Mark A.Z. Dippé’s Spawn, based on Todd MacFarlane’s comics. Poor Theresa Randle. Still, it makes for a fun conversation!

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1998 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominees • Jackie Brown

Jackie Brown

February 29, 2024

We continue our series looking at the nominees at the 1998 NAACP Image Awards for Oustanding Lead Actress, this time delving into our first Quentin Tarantino film on the show, his fantastic Jackie Brown. Lots to love and lots to discuss!

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1998 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominees • Eve's Bayou

Eve’s Bayou

February 22, 2024

We kick off our series looking at the 1998 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Actress nominees, starting with the brilliant Eve’s Bayou, Kasi Lemmons’ first film. Haunting, beautiful film worthy of a discussion. Check it out and tune in!

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