This is me begging you to not only to recognize the diversity of your audience, but to fully embrace it for the first time in your history.
This is a funk-heavy record that is filled with song and vocal inflection, rewardingly free of rap and, actually, well, good?
But it’s when we start positioning our opinions (and yes, they are absolutely opinions) of a movie as absolute fact that we have a problem.
Maybe “Insecure” doesn’t aim to tell us who its characters are, but who they can be.
Vin Diesel is as good as Steve Martin is bad, a surprising turn to say the least.
So, take advantage of the black expanse of each night. Let it all creep up on you. Set a brisk pace, hunker down in a coffee shop, or stare at your ceiling and just listen.
“Moana” proves once again that Disney is a master of storytelling.
Since seeing the show in August, I’ve fallen in love with the music, consuming every possible thing I can that’s related to the show.
I made my decision: if I saw a trailer in 2016, I would see the movie. And so the madness began.
I wanted to make something beautiful, some sort of never-before-heard chord progression that would latch onto heart and soul, tracing shudders into the spines of all who heard it.