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    Free to Watch Black Dynamite Season 1 Episode 3 Taxes and Death or Get Him to the Sunset Strip!

    Post  kikkoman on Sun Jul 29, 2012 10:58 pm

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    Black Dynamite and his crew face their most challenging mission to date as they try and raise $60K before tax day. This situation has forced them into escorting drug-addled comedy icon Richard Pryor to the most important performance of his career.

    Watch Black Dynamite Season 1 Episode 3 Taxes and Death or Get Him to the Sunset Strip!

    Previously on Black Dynamite Season 1 Episode 2 "Bullhorn Nights or Mandingo's Got a Pink Toe", Bullhorn falls into the world of adult films while working on a case. Soon he as adopted the stage name "Sweet Throat" and gives up crime fighting all together. Now it's up to Black Dynamite to rescue his sidekick from the pleasures of the porn industry!

    On this week's Episode title "Taxes and Death or Get Him to the Sunset Strip!", Black Dynamite and his crew face their most challenging mission to date as they try and raise $60K before tax day. This situation has forced them into escorting drug-addled comedy icon Richard Pryor to the most important performance of his career.

    Based on 2009’s critically-acclaimed feature film, Black Dynamite, the new 30-minute animated series will premiere in the spring of 2012. The Black Dynamite animated series further chronicles the exploits of the central character, "Black Dynamite", and his crew. Under the direction of Carl Jones (The Boondocks), the series features the voice talent of Michael Jai White, Tommy Davidson, Kym Whitley and Byron Minns, all of whom starred in the feature film. The feature film is an outrageous action comedy-spoof that follows ex-CIA agent and full-time ladies man, "Black Dynamite", who’s out to avenge the death of his brother against kung-fu masters, drug-dealing pimps and The Man.

    Black Dynamite: The Animated Series is almost too good to be true. Stuff like this really shouldn’t exist. With beautiful and detailed animation, stylish character design and a pair of slickly produced musical numbers, you would never guess that it was based upon a very niche film that never saw wide theatrical distribution.

    From the first moments of the opening credit theme, a prototypically 1970s Blaxsploitation groove with all of the visual excess to match, I knew I was in for something special. The tone is just right, playing things seriously with just enough cheesiness to make them even funnier. But, like a good improv act, no one ever negates the premise.

    The pilot episode begins with Black Dynamite seducing a curvaceous counter girl working at Massa’s Fried Chicken. He takes her home and tries to use his sexual prowess to get her to spill the beans on the secret blend of herbs and spices. But, before he can get all of the ingredients, a helicopter blows out the windows of his apartment.

    Leaping into the air with a giant black bar covering his penis, Black Dynamite defends himself against the attack only to discover that it is actually a semi-friend from the CIA asking him for help.

    That Frog Curtis, a sort of mix between H.R. Puff N Stuff, Sesame Street and Kermit the Frog has gone rogue and plans to use his popular children’s TV show to brainwash the youth of America and take over as a major crime lord.

    Aided by all of his sidekicks from the movie, Black Dynamite launches an attack, using kung fu and his slick wit to defeat the nefarious stuffed animal.

    The jokes are fast and furious here, balancing gross out visual gags, like That Frog Curtis’ oversized testicles pressing through his pants, strange wordplay like –

    “This aint about the honkeys, Black Dynamite! This is about the children!”

    “You know, I never told nobody this, but I used to be a children.”

    And bits and pieces of absurd visual humor, like a sequence featuring an eight-year old Black Dynamite with a full moustache, to tremendous effect.

    The animation style is unique and far more detailed than the vast majority of modern cartoons and gives the show a sleek, expensive look. However, the action scenes were lacking. There was little sense of geography to the fights, much less tension. Though, this being the pilot, it is easy to assume that the action part of this action comedy will be greatly improved when it hits airwaves next spring.

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