A critical look at the movies, actors, and values of the 91st Academy Awards.
A tip o’ the hat to Hollywood and its changing paradigms of masculinity.
2018 is coming to a close, and there’s a lot to look back on. Believe it or not, Twitter rants and indictments aren’t the only thing that happened this year. Some of the bigger stories stuck with me, and many struck a chord across the country and the globe. Here are fifteen in no particular…
… by not having anything to do with race.
My Top Ten Best Films of 2018 I have seen a good amount of films this year. I had to endure some pretty terrible ones, but was lucky to see some really good ones too. Each one I would gladly watch again, and I had an absolute blast watching them all. Here is my top…
Do our heroes really have to look like us?
Once upon a time, I used to write a lot of fiction. I was going to be a famous novelist one day. I was pretty good at it, too; I won a few awards in high school, then somehow became jaded with the process and lost my drive, my focus, my mojo. During the time…
Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone return to deal with the sins of the father in the strong continuation of 2015’s “Creed”.
Looks like Henry Cavill is out and Alex Yarde thinks Jordan should don the cape.
We talk a lot about toxic masculinity. But what about the non-toxic kind? What does that look like?
Is “Black Panther” revealing black hearts or confusion about real Black history?
As a man who is father to three children, one scene really resonates.
White people are often confused if they’re not front and center.
Proper representation of people of color is important to everyone.
“Only you can decide what kind of king you want to be.” What kind of person will you be? Who will you become? That inspired to make me look within as well.
How can a mere Comic Book Movie have the potential to change the face of American politics? History teaches us revolutions often ignite from less than zero.