A genre of movies popular in the 1970s. Usually the "N" word is used about 3,000 times.
Ever seen such blaxploitation classics as Black Ceasar, Blacula, and Black to the Future?
blaxploitation is the morphing of the words “black” and “exploitation”. It is a film genre from the 1970s that targeted the urban african-american audience. The actors used were mainly black and was the first style to use funk and soul music. Although initially popular it quickly disingrated as a film genre critizised for the use of stereotypes.
The films 'Do the Right Thing', 'Shaft' and 'Jackie Brown' are all examples of blaxploitation.
Movie highlighting the differences between races. The star is black, and will constantly make jokes about whites. Funny for any race to watch.
Who's the black private dick
that's a sex machine to all the chicks?
You're damn right
Who is the man
that would risk his neck for his brother man?
Can ya dig it?
Who's the cat that won't cop out
when there's danger all about
You see this cat Shaft is a bad mother--
(Shut your mouth)
But I'm talkin' about Shaft
(Then we can dig it)
He's a complicated man
but no one understands him but his woman
A movie genre in the seventies, devoted to trashing Whitey and upholding the Black race.
exploitation of blacks.
Blaxploitation is a form of apartheid.
Films made by black directors such as Tyler Perry and Spike Lee, designed to exploit the ignorance of black people. These films rely on a cast of predominately black actors and stereotypical shenanigans to draw in large crowds of black people.
Target Audience: "Ay, dawg. You going to see that new Madea movie?"
Everyone Else: "No. I don't support blaxploitation."
Target Audience: "Ay, dawg. You going to watch that new Spike Lee joint?"
Everyone Else: "You don't find it suspicious that all his films are referred to as joints? It's because niggas love joints. You're not offended by that?"
Target Audience: "Ay, dawg. How come Spike Lee don't fuck with Tyler Perry?"
Everyone Else: "Tyler's the new king at exploiting black people, of course Spike Lee doesn't like him."