If Frances is the kind of character that embodies the gritty storytelling pervasive in TV today, then shows that utilize this type of characterization need to work a lot harder to sustain our attention.
Anderson .Paak is a singer and multi-instrumentalist who blends soul, funk, hip hop and R&B to create a warm, timeless sound that’s distinctly his own.
To say “Hamilton” has exploded like no other Broadway show in recent memory might be an understatement.
Given the calendar date, the increasingly glum faces of people on the street, and the faint Wilhelm scream my bank account makes at the sight of Espresso Royale, it’s safe to assume that Fall is here, and so, therefore, is Halloween.
I was confused as to why my gentile mom seemed to genuinely enjoy a song that contained the line “and the worms ate into his brain.”
I implore you: do not be the kind of individual who is so loud that you draw attention away from the actual show.
The film addresses canonical lessons as old as time, but Mira Nair’s direction breathes new life into them.
“Insecure” proves that issues concerning the Black community, specifically Black women, can still be just as thought-provoking when told through a comedic lens.
“The Accountant”’s narrative relies too much on showing a bunch of complicated events and then later trying to explain and find reasoning behind them.
This is not a movie that obeys the laws of screenwriting — what happens is not the point.