Sharon Kyle: Seemingly unscripted, “Shots Fired” producer, Reggie Rock Bythewood, a black man, talks about the impact of the George Zimmerman verdict on his unconsolable 12-year-old son Cassius and how he and his wife felt moved to do something more than just wrap their arms around their child.
Larry Wines: While you don’t expect much of the medium, you wouldn’t think the strangely-renamed “American Heroes Channel” (AHC) to be a purveyor of “fake news.”
Alex Demyanenko: Usually celebrity activism seems shallow and does little to impact actual change, but in this case the filmmakers arm Lear and these “actorvists” with not only stellar journalistic support, but also document them on deeper journeys than are found in standard outings of “drive-by” celebrity activism.
Walter Moss: In most long-standing loving relationships, romantic love has to be expanded to such a deeper love or it will fade. The years can transform us from the beautiful or handsome young lovers we once were.
Mario Solis-Marich: I am part of a group that knows that this is the time for a supplemental diet of Feel Good TV. Why? Because right now Americans are hungry for it.