Reviews

Beyoncé’s ‘Homecoming’ Is An Unapologetic Celebration Of Black Culture

“In each of us, another woman or a young girl might see a reflection of herself; of her worth, of…

We Need To Talk About That Glaringly Huge Plot Hole At The End Of ‘Us’

When Jordan Peele, a new filmmaker, creates what is often referred to as a masterpiece on his first try, the…

‘If Beale Street Could Talk’: Slices of Black Life

While Regina King’s monumental win of both the Golden Globe and Oscar for If Beale Street Could Talk is a testament…

BET’s “Boomerang”: Young, Black, And Successful

Executive produced by Lena Waithe and Halle Berry, the new BET series Boomerang, inspired by Eddie Murphy’s 1992 rom com…

What Men Want: The Beauty In The Ever-Evolving Black Woman

While in many ways, What Men Want is a love story between Ali (Taraji P. Henson) and her beau in…

Review | Putting The Black In “Black Monday”

Black Monday is a fictitious story framed as a prologue set to explain a real moment in history – the…

Review: John Leguizamo’s “Latin History For Morons”

In his latest venture, John Leguizamo takes to the stage to give a lesson about the contributions of Latin heroes…

What Makes Mrs. Maisel So Marvelous?

The Amazon Prime Original, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, follows upper class Jewish housewife, Miriam “Midge” Maisel as she develops and…

Review: Trevor Noah’s “Son of Patricia”

  In his latest stand-up special, Daily Show star Trevor Noah continues to do what he does best – making…

Is Hasan Minhaj’s “Patriot Act” The Future of Comedy?

In his latest venture Patriot Act, comedian and former Daily Show correspondent Hasan Minhaj makes history as the first Muslim…
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