JETflix Friday

Hollow Crown

Happy Friday!

You’ve worked hard all week and you deserve some down time. Spend your evening checking out some of these newly released flicks. Grab the popcorn, because these picks are JET-approved! JETflix Fridays starts now…


This film narrates the encounter between Jerusa (Lea Garcia), a resident of an old townhouse of Bixiga, and the young Silvia, played by Deborah Marcal. Silvia circulates through the traditional São Paulo neighborhood conducting opinion research on soap in powder, but her story transforms into observations of everyday life. Check out this 2014 Cannes Film Festival selectee, streaming now.

Watch It: On KweliTV


Action-packed, terrifying and riveting, this movie will have you on the edge of your seat. It stars Vin Diesel as his character Kaulder attempts to save human kind by battling Witch Queen, a villain who has just been resurrected. She is a powerful force, and she has been seeking revenge since Kaulder killed her and her followers centuries ago. Can he defeat her again? Find out when you hit the theaters this weekend.

Watch It: In Theaters


When a Birmingham high school desegregates in 1973, racial tension between students and residents rise. At the center of the controversy is Tony Nathan, a gifted football player struggling to embrace his faith and talent. With the help of his coaches and an unsuspecting citizen, he and his community work to evoke spiritual change for all. Based on a true story, this Christian movie stars Caleb Castille, Joy Brunson and more. Catch it in theaters now.

Watch It: In Theaters


If you missed out on this coming-of-age drama, you’re in luck, because it’s on DVD! Set in Inglewood, CA., the Rick Famuyiwa-directed film follows the life of Malcom (Shameik Moore) and his friends as he unexpectedly and unknowingly enters the dope game. With appearances by A$AP Rocky, Chanel Iman and  Zoë Kravitz, the list of producers includes some heavy hitters, too. Forest Whitaker, Pharrell Williams and Sean “Diddy” Combs all hopped on board for the movie. Don’t miss your chance to catch this classic.

Watch It: On DVD