Film Campaigns To Watch: THE ARTIST AND THE PERVERT

The Artist and the Pervet

LOOK OUT FOR THE ARTIST AND THE PERVERT IN 2018! Recently, I decided to take upon a monthly film campaign challenge, and had searched multiple crowdfunding websites to find something that would pique my interest. There are a lot of campaigns that were pretty interesting, but when I stumbled across The Artist and the Pervert, I…

DEAR WHITE PEOPLE: A Letter to the Black Community’s Outsiders

Dear White People

Back in 2014, I saw the original movie for Dear White People. I really loved the film and its message to the Black community and everyone else in general. When I saw there was going to be a TV show,  I was really excited. I have been waiting for this series for well over a…

GET OUT: Thoughts

Get Out Movie

I was fortunate enough to be part of the first audience- EVER to see Get Out while I was at Sundance. It was the highly anticipated Surprise Midnight screening of the year, and I had no idea what to expect since I played movie Russian Roulette while purchasing the ticket and had never been to…

THE HANDMAIDEN: Review

The Handmaiden Movie

Happy Halloween and happy day off (for me at least)! I'm really excited about the films that are coming out in the next couple of months. Summer is where most of the studio tentpoles are released, but Fall and Winter are where we see awards season contenders- the films that people claim that "no one"…

My Favorite LA Movies

Dope: Best Los Angeles Movies

Has anyone seen the movie Paris Je T'aime? Do you remember that vignette with Margo Martindale? She takes a solo trip to Paris, and gives a great monologue about falling in love with the city, and the city falling in love with her? Don't laugh, but I had that exact feeling when I went to…

Effects of Entertainment While Growing Up Mixed

In light of all the turmoil going on in America, I have been very introspective. I haven't started working yet, so perhaps I have a little too much time on my hands- which means that I've had a LOT of time to think. As I have mentioned before, I am mixed. Half Black. Half Mexican.…

Film Discovery: Y Tu Mama Tambien (2001)

Diego Luna, Gael Garcia Bernal in Y Tu Mama Tambien

Director: Alfonso Cuaron Starring: Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna, Maribel Verdu If you don't subscribe to Hulu, I suggest you do. There are times when I even preferred it to Netflix due to its premium selection of foreign and independent films. On a slow night, I found a gem with Y Tu Mama Tambien. During…