What message ‘The Notebook’ actually conveys

‘The Notebook’ by Nicholas Sparks is one of his best seller books and one of the most popular romance movies you can possibility find out there. But, could the movie convey what the book tried to convey completely ? I would have to say no. While many may say that the movie is an excellent…

Is it still too soon to talk about “Black Panther 2?”

A full week has gone by since the death of actor Chadwick Boseman. As many know, Boseman had a made of career of playing both iconic black people throughout history, such as James Brown and Jackie Robinson, and the Marvel superhero Black Panther. However, along with tributes to the actor, there has also been countless…

Films to Look Out for in September

September is here and theaters are slowly but surely beginning to open again. With this, it means that the big screen will the place to see some of the biggest films once again. However, streaming and video on demand will still be bringing some hits too. Either way, here are some things that are worth…

Netflix or Hulu: Who Wins September?

Well everyone, it is that time of the month again! Oh, no, not that. It’s the time that your favorite streaming services release new content! It always brings me joy to go online and see what’s coming to a couch near me. Being that it’s September, I also am hoping to see a lot of…

New Netflix Film, “Enola Holmes”, to Premiere this September

We say, “excellent!” and Netflix says, “elementary.” For all of you Sherlock Holmes fans, life just became a little bit more interesting.  Come this September, Netflix is introducing a new spin-off of the beloved classic, titled, Enola Holmes. Based on the book series, by Nancy Springer, Enola Holmes follows the story of young Enola, (Millie Bobby Brown)…

The Batman Trailer: 3 Things to Be Excited About

This past weekend, DC Comics held a virtual convention called DC FanDome, which was packed with exciting news for DC Comics fans. A two major video games were announced, “Gotham City Knights” and “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League,” and trailers for Wonder Woman 1984 and the Synder cut of Justice League were shown. However,…

Batman’s “One Rule” is Meant to be Broken

Fans of Batman generally know that the only thing that separates The Dark Knight vigilante from the villains that he fights is his “one rule” which states that Batman will not kill his enemies. This rule has been a subject of controversy by many fans, writers, and even filmmakers that blur the lines between killing…

The One and Only Ivan – A Cute yet Basic Tale of Freedom

With “The One and Only Ivan,” Disney has shipped off yet another one of its’ films intended for theatrical release to Disney+ similar to what they did with “Artemis Fowl” and “Onward.” The move is honestly brilliant but the films themselves have been hit or miss. “Artemis Fowl” was a largely forgettable and poorly done…

AMC Theatres set to reopen after months of closure

After being closed down for five months, AMC Theatres plans to make a triumphant return across the country starting on August 20th. In a tweet posted by the company, over 100 AMC locations are set to be opened on the 20th. The tweet also said 300 more would be opening in the coming weeks as…

Robin Williams Documentary to Release on September 1st

Vertical Entertainment released a trailer today for a new documentary called “Robin’s Wish” that will release on September 1st. Directed by Tylor Norwood, the film will reportedly share what the Award-winning actor, Robin Williams was facing in the days leading to his death in 2014. The trailer opens with old footage of Williams doing what…

Disney Execs Charged $30 Add On Fee To Own Mulan, Are You Sold?

Fans reacted on Twitter to the release news about Mulan, but Disney says it fits the model. The $30 is not a monthly fee like their regular subscription, this is more of a permanent lease kind of deal that expires when your membership expires. A lot of folks compared it to the release of Hamilton….

Why Black Is King Is Beyonce’s Best Visual Album Yet

Pauses Beychella on Netflix, hey Alexa play Black Is King…. First of all I had already felt like the super duper promotional push for last year’s Lion King def drowned out the artistic fab-ness that was The Lion King: The Gift which was a companion album to the film’s official soundtrack, produced solely by Parkwood…

Netflix or Hulu-Who Wins August?

It’s here! Another new month! That means another new round of unlimited new shows and movies coming to all of my streaming services. It’s just the adult version of Christmas right? When we open the app for the first time of the new month. What will the new background be? What will be my new…

“Scream, Queen!” Exposes Real Boogeyman of the 1980’s

**MILD SPOILERS** From directors, Tyler Jensen and Roman Chimienti, comes a horror documentary that dismantles Freddy Krueger as the scariest thing of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. No, Jensen and Chimienti have something else in mind. The homophobia running rampant in a conservative, 1980’s United States is, in fact, scarier than a fictional bad…

Matthew Macfadyen, “Succession” Star Reveals Succession Season 3 update

We can’t wait to hear that incredible tune anymore. Do you still remember it? Succession’s star, Tom Wambsgans starred as Matthew Macfadyen has just dropped some good news concerning the succession season 3 shoot. The Hollywood Reporter, Macfadyen revealed season three was previously scheduled to start in April but due to the pandemic other options…

What New Films Are Coming Out in August 2020

The reopening of theaters have once again been pushed back with the expectation that they will open again in mid to late August. Though this means we may not get the chance to see new films in theaters still, that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to be excited by in terms of August releases. Here…

LGBTQ Network Revry and Xfinity Present The Beltway Pride Screening Series, Featuring This Month: Vintage, an LGBTQ Look Into Black Families

Revry, the first global queer streaming network, today announced a new partnership with Comcast Xfinity’s Beltway Region to introduce The Beltway Pride Screening Series – a collection of six compelling films that explore life through the lens of the LGBTQ community. Thought-provoking panel discussions will follow each screening and highlight the unique needs and challenges that LGBTQ members…

Coming Soon: The Tax Collector

There’s very little news coming out of Hollywood recently with everything on pause due to COVID. We’ve seen some of the most anticipated movies get delayed into limbo. Films like Tenet, No Time to Die, A Quiet Place 2, Wonder Woman 1984 and Black Widow are currently without plans for a release date. The movie…