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'To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You' is a Charming Sequel – Review

The sequel to Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is finally out and I have been waiting since I finished the first movie to see Lara Jean Covey on my screen again. Based on the young adult book trilogy written by Jenny Han, the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series follows our hopeless romantic protagonist Lara […]

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Interview: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Rosie Perez and Jurnee Smollett-Bell Talk Strong Female Characters, The 'Birds of Prey' Soundtrack & More

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the world premiere and press junket for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). During the junket, I was able to sit down with cast members Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Helena Bertinelli a.k.a. Huntress), Rosie Perez (Renee Montoya) and Jurnee Smollett-Bell (Dinah Lance a.k.a. Black Canary). The trio spoke […]

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Interview: Cathy Yan Talks 'Birds of Prey', Filming Her Favorite Scene & Building a Sisterhood on Set

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the world premiere and press junket for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). During the junket, I was able to sit down with director Cathy Yan where she talked about what drew her to Birds of Prey, what her experience has been like being a woman of […]

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Interview: Margot Robbie, Ella Jay Basco and Chris Messina Talk 'Birds of Prey', On-Set Dynamic Being Like A Warm Sweater & More

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the world premiere and press junket for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). During the junket, I was able to sit down with cast members Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Ella Jay Basco (Cassandra Cain) and Chris Messina (Victor Zsasz). The trio spoke about their on-set dynamic, Robbie’s […]

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Complex Characters and Great Action Take 'Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)' to Another Level – Review

Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) is back and better than ever, with some new friends joining her in what was a wild ride from start to finish. We are familiar with Gotham and the place which the Clown Prince of Crime holds within it. This is something that made Quinn untouchable. But now that she and the Joker broke up, she’s […]

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'Sonic The Hedgehog' Leaps Into Our Hearts, But Doesn't Quite Reach Its Full Potential – Review

It was not that long ago when the world was shown the first look of Sonic (voiced by Ben Schwartz) from Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog. What we were shown was not entirely what we expected Sonic to look like with photo-realistic CGI, especially after Warner Bros. wowed us with their live action-CGI hybrid Detective Pikachu. Now that Sonic the Hedgehog […]

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Black History: John Diggle's Top 10 Moments

Fans of the CW’s Arrowverse has had the pleasure to see many good characters grow into great heroes, but it’s time to honor a very special one. In honor of Black History Month, I’ve decided to highlight one of my favorite Black characters: John Diggle. (This has Arrow spoilers, so be sure to catch up before you read!) From an […]

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Interview: Massoud Bakhshi Talks Creating 'Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness'

Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness debuted at this year’s Sundance Film Festival to thunderous applause. The film was among 11 other high caliber entries in the World Cinema Dramatic competition. Iranian filmmaker Massoud Bakhshi’s sociopolitical tale of a woman’s fight for survival is one of the most engaging experiences anyone can have in a theater this year. This was felt […]

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Sundance 2020: The Horrors of Being a Refugee Rise in ‘His House’ – Review

Director/screenwriter Remi Weekes gives Netflix a sure to be modern classic with His House. This being Weekes’ first feature cements his name as one to look out for in the coming years. His House follows a married couple from South Sudan in desperate search of a better life in London. The two catch a glimmering break when their status upgrades from detainees […]

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Sundance 2020: Tradition and Empathy Stand Trial in ‘Yalda, A Night For Forgiveness’ – Review

Iranian filmmaker Massoud Bakhshi delivers an unparalleled gem at Sundance 2020 with Yalda, A Night for Forgiveness. Women who are found guilty of murdering their husbands are sentenced to death under Islamic law. On the contrary, Islamic law also allows those guilty to escape death if and only if they are forgiven by the victim’s family. Yalda operates with this […]

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Sundance 2020: 'Mucho Mucho Amor' is the Beautiful and Worthy Reflection of Latinx Icon Walter Mercado We Need – Review

Walter Mercado needs no introduction to a Latinx audience. The Puerto Rican Astrologer first took Latin America by storm with his televised horoscopes in the 70s. If Mercado was decked out in capes reading horoscopes on TV, people would have no choice but to sit quietly and wait for their sign to be read. “¡Libra… Escucha mucho que tu cuerpo […]

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Sundance 2020: ‘Summer White’ Breaks Down Toxic Latinx Habits – Review

“Mamitis” is not a term one hears every day. Those with Latin roots are more than likely familiar with the saying. The slang is meant to be taken as a negative connotation for a mother’s boy. Summer White (Blanco de Verano) explores the idea of “mamitis” but takes it to personified toxic levels. Director and writer Rodrigo Ruiz Patterson cements himself […]

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Sundance 2020: Mateo and Moisés Arias Put the American Dream to Test in ‘Blast Beat’ – Review

Colombian director and producer Esteban Arango plows through borders with his feature debut, Blast Beat. Named after a drumbeat style heavily associated with metal music and its derivatives, Blast Beat explores the trials and tribulations of the American dream through a Colombian family. Forced to leave Colombia due to political turmoil in 1999, tension rises between two opposing brothers, a distressed […]

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New TV Spot for ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run’ Features Snoop Dogg and Keanu Reeves

SpongeBob is about to embark on a new adventure in his latest film, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run. The CGI fun-fest will have the Bikini Bottom gang searching for SpongeBob’s beloved pet snail, Gary, after he’s kidnapped. SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy and Squidward must rally together and find a way to retrieve Gary regardless of the cost – even […]

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Sundance 2020: The Coming-of-Age Story Breaks New Ground in ‘Cuties’ – Review

Out of all the films Netflix is premiering at Sundance this year, Cuties is among the more valiant. The French production is unconventional in comparison to the Hollywood standard. Cuties follows the maturing exploitations of Amy, a daughter of Senegalese immigrants newly moved into the low-class suburbs of France. Maïmouna Doucouré makes this her feature directorial debut – her short film […]

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The CW's 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' is a Celebration of the Superhero Genre – Review

The CW has managed to surpass all expectations yet again. It’s no easy feat to make a 5-hour anything consistently entertaining, but the network just does it anyway. Why? Because they can. It’s been said plenty of times about superhero live adaptations and it’ll be said again, but Crisis on Infinite Earths is truly an ambitious crossover. Marv Wolfman’s 1986 […]