April is right around the corner and with the importance of quarantining and self isolation, streaming services are becoming more essential to everyday living in order to sustain some sanity during these uncertain times. For those of you who use Netflix, check out the list below for all of titles that will be added in … Continue reading Everything Coming to Netflix in April
Did you know that the first self-made female millionaire was a Black woman? Madam C.J. Walker paved the way for the entrepreneurship of women of color while collaborating with and representing the African American community.
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
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 … Continue reading ‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ is a Charming Sequel – Review
Valentine's day is here! Whether you're spending time with a significant other, hanging out with friends or simply chilling on your couch enjoying that single life, we've put together a quick list of movies you can stream right now on Netflix that would be perfect for Valentine's - and don't worry, for those not in … Continue reading 10 Movies on Netflix That Are Perfect to Watch on Valentine’s Day!
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
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
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
While union activist/leader Jimmy Hoffa was serving prison time through the late 1960s, a group of wild young film students was ramping up to shake down Hollywood. And although this group consisted of game-changing innovators like Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, director and MCU critic Martin Scorsese has proven to be the most savvy in … Continue reading ‘The Irishman’ is The Most Uncompromising Film Martin Scorsese Has Made in Decades – 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