In the early 1990s, Warrington Hudlin, the president and co-founder of the Black Filmmaker Foundation and vice chairman of the Museum of the Moving Image, produced several black cult-classic comedies-the House Party franchise, Boomerang, and Bébé's Kids-that all had, what he called recently, "an underpinning of social commentary."
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Leighann Lord loves to text her best friends on difficult work days. They may not be able to solve her crises, but it feels good to have an audience for her complaints. "It's a lot of, 'Ah! These people are driving me crazy,'" said Lord, a stand-up comedian and author.