Diversity, Entertainment, Feminism, Film, Movies

THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES: Review

This is your one and only life. What do you wanna tell people about it? Netflix is on a role with its original films. Tonight, I watched a film I have been anticipating for months now, The Incredible Jessica James. The critically acclaimed film debuted at Sundance this year, and showcased the charisma and talent… Continue reading THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES: Review

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Entertainment, Film, Movies, relationships, Social

Thoughts on THE LITTLE HOURS and the Symbiotic Relationship With Religion, Sex, and Shame

Another movie post! Hurray! I haven't done a full movie post in a while- which are my favorite things to do! I had seen The Little Hours back at Sundance, so I had seen it ages ago, but never really wrote about it. Luckily, I have had plenty of time to formulate thoughts about it,… Continue reading Thoughts on THE LITTLE HOURS and the Symbiotic Relationship With Religion, Sex, and Shame

Feminism, Introverts, Personal, relationships, Social

How “Perpetual Singleness” Lead Me to Liberation and a Journey to Self Acceptance

This isn't a movie or entertainment post today, but I think it is very fitting with the name of my blog- The Cinema Soloist. It's been on my mind, and I decided to share it. My blog was founded on my solo adventures in film and life, and I've often thought about the fact that there… Continue reading How “Perpetual Singleness” Lead Me to Liberation and a Journey to Self Acceptance

Diversity, Entertainment, Feminism, Film, Movies

Bad Moms: SOLO AT THE CINEMA REVIEW

I went to the movie theater two days in a row. I have no shame. I decided to go to a late showing of Bad Moms, which looked pretty funny in the trailers I had seen. When I entered the theater, there was a large group of women lingering in the lobby with Bad Moms… Continue reading Bad Moms: SOLO AT THE CINEMA REVIEW

Entertainment, Feminism, Social, Television

The Amber Rose Show: First Impressions Review

Due to the talk show format, I will deviate a little from the usual report card style of my other reviews.  I know it's strange, but I kinda like Amber Rose. While her rise to fame has not been ideal, I admire her realness. She doesn't hide who she is, and owns it. She isn't… Continue reading The Amber Rose Show: First Impressions Review