Tag Archives: Netflix

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: Oscars Here We Come

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Denzel Washington’s adaptation of August Wilson’s award-winning stage play, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is nothing less than captivating. This George C. Wolf directed masterpiece is streaming on Netflix, beginning Friday, December 18, 2020. Like its predecessor Fences, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a study in the complexity of being Black in White America and the […]

Facebook discourages Netflix’s Viral Documentary ‘The Social Dilemma’ to Appease Users

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Since its premiere, The Social Dilemma has ranked among the top trending documentaries to watch. Viewers took to their social media accounts to spark discussions surrounding trust and safety towards tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Twitter–a few of the platforms that are mentioned in the film. The Social Dilemma in a nutshell seeks to expose […]

Enola Holmes Review

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Enola Holmes is a story about a young girl’s search for her missing mother. Enola is Sherlock Holmes’ sister, who uses her skills to outsmart her big brother and legend. This is a Netflix film directed by Harry Bradbeer starring Millie Bobby Brown as Enola Holmes. Alongside Brown are costars Henry Cavill, who plays Sherlock […]

Warrior Nun Review

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Nuns, guns, and superpowers–Warrior Nun has it all. While it’s not this generation’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Netflix’s latest comic adaptation, Warrior Nun, does pack a punch and provides enough story to keep viewers engaged. Based off of Ben Dunn’s Warrior Nun Areala, the series follows Ava (Alba Baptista), a former quadriplegic who after dying […]

Black Films and Shows to watch in support of BLM

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We are experiencing an overdue, yet important moment in history. Changes are being made left and right in society, and rightfully so. As the pressure is on to support black people, art, businesses, etc. People are scrambling to catch up on literature, films, and other avenues of work that they have slept on for years. […]

Here’s Everything Coming To Netflix In July

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Quarantine 2020 has just about turned us all into a bunch of Netflix junkies. The anticipation of waiting for the next hit series or movie is eating many folks alive. The wait is over. You want to know what’s in? Kicking off July Netflix is opening the television series and movie floodgates with a little […]

Review of #blackAF: Feelings are Mixed~ish

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Let me start this by saying this: I am rooting for everybody black, always have and I always will. Kenya Barris seems to really target those of us who are always ready to support something, simply because the creator and people involved are black. This leaves me feelings a bit used, but still, I am […]

Michelle Obama Netflix special: BECOMING

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I have accepted the fact that there is no word in the english dictionary that truly captures the essence of joy I felt watching Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s documentary Becoming, which premiered on Netflix May 6th. I mean she is truly a wonder woman. Barely 15 minutes into the documentary I felt the happy […]

Extraction on Netflix

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As the Stay at Home order continues to be in effect for the majority of us, I know I am not alone when I say, “What else is there to watch?”. We’ve done watch everything from cat memes, to slap fest to Tiger King. We have used up every free 7 day trail we could […]

HOLLYWOOD on Netflix

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Hollywood, “follows a group of aspiring actors and filmmakers in post-World War II Hollywood as they try to make it in Tinseltown — no matter the cost. Each character offers a unique glimpse behind the gilded curtain of Hollywood’s Golden Age, spotlighting the unfair systems and biases across race, gender and sexuality that continue to […]