While ‘Bombshell’ received a lot of support in the SAG awards this year, I fear it may be the movie to walk away empty handed. Continue reading 2020 Screen Actors Guild Nominees and Predictions
The ceremony will be broadcast live on Sunday, January 5th, 2020 on NBC at 8pm EST. Continue reading 2020 Golden Globe Nominees and Predictions
Lena Waithe’s film shows the complexity of character over color Continue reading “Queen & Slim” is the Blackest Black Movie To Ever Black in Black History
Say it with me now: “Oh yes, there will be snubs.” Continue reading Our Very Early Oscar Predictions
Remember, it’s still pretty early. Not even the Academy knows who their nominees will be, so we’ll do our best. Continue reading Our Very, Very Early Oscar Predictions
Ahh, the 90’s.
What a time they were.
Seems so very long ago, and it was, almost 30 years. Continue reading 10 Awesome 90’s TV Shows That Deserve A Comeback
So taking everything the critics have said into consideration and all the films we’ve seen throughout the year, we’re looking at a few races to guess how the fields will shake out. Remember this is very (very, very) early, so don’t quote us. However, if it turns out we were right, then definitely quote us. Continue reading Our Very, Very, Very Early Oscar Predictions
During the hour long set, Dave pokes fun at everyone from Anthony Bourdain to opioid users to “the alphabet people” and gives courageous defenses of “cancelled” celebrities like Louis C.K, Michael Jackson and Kevin Hart. Continue reading “Sticks and Stones” Will Break Your Bones, But Words Should Never Hurt You
Netflix has done it again! With its new original series “When They See Us”, Netflix takes a close look into the 1989 Central Park rape case that changed history forever. Five young, minority men were tried and wrongfully convicted of the rape of a 28 year-old, WHITE female who was last seen jogging in the park around 9:30 pm. These “men” ranged between the ages … Continue reading When They See Us
So here it was time, a host-less, 3-hour-long broadcast of the Academy Awards and how did it go: Pretty darn well. Continue reading No Host? No Problem. And A Passionate Defense of “Green Book”