this is just a way to see how many times i will rewatch the same three disney movies
"Black women bear the burdens because we are all that we got"
Really thought-provoking piece on black womanhood, particularly concerning mothers and grandmothers. In my own life, I was heavily influenced by the presence of women. Though my father was (and is) present, I've spent the majority of my time with my mothers and sisters, and have the privilege of having a host of aunts and female cousins to look up to. As someone who is surrounded by black women,…
This is my first time viewing anything written by Sam Levinson and I was forewarned before I started the movie that his writing was a bit obnoxiously pretentious. And sure, Malcolm & Marie has its moments— all of the sprinkled-in big words over the backdrop of outdated black & white cinematography— but the movie, at least for the first hour, is entertaining. I say for the first hour because I paused to see how much time I had left when it felt…
Really disappointed to see all the mediocre ratings.
Generally speaking, I'm never interested in romance movies. I have a plentitude of reasons for this, but one of the principal ones is that I very rarely find a relationship with a male love interest that I actually like. I think Sylvie's Love is the first time where I watched a romance— a bit messy, I won't lie— that I actually admired, that I wanted to root for despite everything going around…