‘Frozen 2’ Filmmakers Discuss Why They Returned For a Sequel & More

Earlier this month Geeks of Color had the chance to attend the Frozen 2 press day event that took place at Disney Animation studios. The day started off with a footage presentation and Q&A by co-director and writer Jennifer Lee, co-director Chris Buck and producer Peter Del Vecho. They spoke in-depth about why they wanted to make a … Continue reading ‘Frozen 2’ Filmmakers Discuss Why They Returned For a Sequel & More

Genuine Laughs and Thrills Carry ‘Stuber’ Until the End – Review

Wholesome comedies that are almost impossible to dislike can be some of Hollywood's most guilty pleasures. Too few are willing to admit their cravings for such content. These types of comedies often carry a stigma that is not shared with other genres made in the same vein. Many attach terms such as "harmless" to films … Continue reading Genuine Laughs and Thrills Carry ‘Stuber’ Until the End – Review

Himesh Patel Dazzles in His First Film Role in the Impossibly Charming ‘Yesterday’ – Review

Imagine a world without The Beatles? Yes, it seems impossible, but in Danny Boyle's quirky musical romantic-comedy this is the reality that aspiring singer-songwriter Jack Malik has found himself in. Played by the delightfully charismatic and talented Himesh Patel, Jack Malik is an aspiring musician in Essex, England. By his side is the always faithful … Continue reading Himesh Patel Dazzles in His First Film Role in the Impossibly Charming ‘Yesterday’ – Review

Rom-Com ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Almost Maybe Had Me Head Over Heels – Review

The highly-anticipated Netflix movie Always Be My Maybe just came out on May 31, 2019 on the streaming service and in select theaters across the United States.  It had gathered much attention and excitement throughout the Asian-American community, and unsurprisingly so.  The movie stars not just one, but two, Asian-American leads in a romantic comedy … Continue reading Rom-Com ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Almost Maybe Had Me Head Over Heels – Review

Op-Ed: The State of LGBTQ+ Representation in Comic Book Movies

The journey to LGBT representation has been a long one, to say the least. On television today you’re almost guaranteed to find a main character somewhere on the LGBTQ+ spectrum; film not so much. But sometimes the representation we have can be obtuse and surface level when it comes to the characterization of queer characters. … Continue reading Op-Ed: The State of LGBTQ+ Representation in Comic Book Movies

Romance Movies to Check Out This Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentines Day! On this romantic holiday, you may be considering watching a movie that makes you believe in love. Here a list of some favourite romance movies for you to enjoy, to celebrate love and friendship all around the world. Let the romancing begin! Crazy Rich Asians https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ-YX-5bAs0 Based on the novel of the … Continue reading Romance Movies to Check Out This Valentine’s Day

Although ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Pokes Fun at Typical Rom-Com Tropes, it Still Falls Victim to Them – Review

Most of us are familiar with the typical tropes peppered throughout romantic comedies. Although some films do a good job at making the tropes not seem so formulaic, and at times, a bit silly, there are still those that fall flat in their usage of these rom-com stereotypes. Isn’t It Romantic strives to turn all … Continue reading Although ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Pokes Fun at Typical Rom-Com Tropes, it Still Falls Victim to Them – Review