Netflix Original ‘Coffee & Kareem’ Shows an Unlikely but Perfect Buddy-Cop Duo

Netflix’s latest original movie Coffee & Kareem is filled with heart and humor. Director Michael Dowse's film follows an incompetent policeman James Coffee (Ed Helms) after he’s demoted to a traffic guard for letting a wanted drug lord escape. His girlfriend of a few months, Vanessa (Taraji P. Henson), wants him to bond with her … Continue reading Netflix Original ‘Coffee & Kareem’ Shows an Unlikely but Perfect Buddy-Cop Duo

The Best Superhero Movies on Netflix Right Now

Looking for a little fun to distract from your boredom during these challenging times! Look no further! I put together a list of some of the best superhero movie content currently available on Netflix! From raunchy action-comedies like Hancock, to family friendly movies like The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, there is something on this … Continue reading The Best Superhero Movies on Netflix Right Now

Netflix Party: What It is and How to Use It

Amidst the outbreak of COVID-19, people all over the world have been practicing social distancing by staying at home and only going out when necessary. Social distancing can drive people crazy - think Birdbox (or even Tangled), but as always, Netflix saves the day! They have partnered with Google to create a Chrome extension called … Continue reading Netflix Party: What It is and How to Use It

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

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... … Continue reading Sundance 2020: ‘Mucho Mucho Amor’ is the Beautiful and Worthy Reflection of Latinx Icon Walter Mercado We Need – Review

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

The Final Season of ‘BoJack Horseman’ Teases Happier and Healthier BoJack – Review

It was announced last month that BoJack Horseman would end after its sixth season, which would be split in half.  The first half premiered last Friday, October 25, and the second half is set to come out January 31. The news came as a surprise to me. I knew the show wasn’t getting as much … Continue reading The Final Season of ‘BoJack Horseman’ Teases Happier and Healthier BoJack – Review