Entertainment, Film, Marketing, Movies, Television

Thoughts About Streaming Services Releases and Traditional Theatrical Releases

Cannes recently made a rule- to begin at next year's festival, that any film that is going to be in the festival should have a theatrical release in France. This rule was created after many French exhibitors voiced their distaste of screening Netflix's upcoming releases- Joon Ho Bong's Okja and  Noah Baumbach's The Meyerowitz Stories. Here's a… Continue reading Thoughts About Streaming Services Releases and Traditional Theatrical Releases

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Diversity, Entertainment, Film, Movies, Personal, Social

“Dear White People” is a Letter to the Black Community- Especially its Outsiders

I'm back! I'm so sorry for the lack of posts. I finally have a new laptop, and I have been bombarded with content, and wasn't quite sure where to start. This post is a bit late, but it's powerful nonetheless. Back in 2014, I saw the original movie for Dear White People. I really loved… Continue reading “Dear White People” is a Letter to the Black Community- Especially its Outsiders

Entertainment, Feminism, Personal, Social, Television

GOOD GIRLS REVOLT Review: When the Past Become Modern

I had been seeing ads all over my Facebook for Good Girls Revolt. As someone who loves 60's history and fashion, I decided to give this show a look. It's available for streaming on Amazon Prime! I  began watching the show prior to the election, but after the election it became all the more relevant.… Continue reading GOOD GIRLS REVOLT Review: When the Past Become Modern

Beauty, Diversity, Entertainment, fashion, Film

My Favorite Natural Hair Portrayals in Entertainment

Growing up, I remember in a lot of shows that curly hair, or more specifically natural hair was frowned upon. Did you ever notice that in the movies, when a curly got a makeover (Like in The Princess Diaries) that her hair was straightened? Over the years, as natural hair resurges, I find that there… Continue reading My Favorite Natural Hair Portrayals in Entertainment

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

Diversity, Entertainment, Feminism, Personal, Social, Television

The Cultural Significance of Orange is the New Black

I know I've been busy, but I had to take some time to watch the new season of Orange is the New Black. I unfortunately wasn't able to watch it on the day it was released due to traveling, but after things wound down a bit, I reactivated my Netflix account! It is one of… Continue reading The Cultural Significance of Orange is the New Black

Entertainment, Feminism, Film, Movies, Personal, Social, Television

Scream Queens: First Impressions Review

It has been over 3 weeks since my last post! Sorry I took so long! I have been bogged down with school and work, and life in general. I decided to check out Scream Queens and do a preliminary review of the show. Like the Solo at the Cinema reviews, they are in a similar… Continue reading Scream Queens: First Impressions Review