Category Archives: Diversity

“Happiest Season” Official Trailer

Kristen Stewart is one of my all time favorites. “Happiest Season” will be streaming on Hulu November 25, 2020. Should be a fun movie for the holiday season. Embrace Diversity. Drive Safe! Never Forget. More movies to watch as we wait for the stupid orange a**hole and his acolytes in the Senate to admit defeat. Reject Racism, Embrace Diversity

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“Uncle Frank” Official Trailer

Now on Amazon Prime, “Uncle Frank” looks like an interesting period piece about a guy, his niece…..and his lover, on a road trip in the deep south. Looks good starring Vision, errrrrr, Paul Bettany, and an excellent cast of Hollywood stars (including personal fav, Judy Greer). Since we have Amazon Prime, we will check it out… soon as the Hallmark

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“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” Official Trailer

Arriving on Netflix in December 2020, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is Chadwick Boseman’s last movie. 😦 It looks interesting especially for those who love the blues and Chadwick. Drive Safe! Never Forget. ONE day to election day! #Vote like your life depends on it, and it might, with the orange idiot hell-bent on taking away YOUR healthcare. Enjoy these movies

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“Enola Holmes” Movie Review

Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) is much younger than her older brothers, Mycroft (Sam Clafin) and Sherlock (Henry Cavill). As such, growing up, it was just her free-spirited mother, Eudoria (Helena Bonham Carter), and her facing the world together. Enola was home-schooled by her mother, who, in her unconventional way, taught Enola to fight, shoot a bow and arrow, read,

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“Chemical Hearts” Movie Review and Trailer

Henry Page (Austin Abrams) is up for editor in chief of the school newspaper. It looks like he is going to get it. Grace Town (Lili Reinhart) is new to this school and is also looking to get involved in the school newspaper, but, not as an editor. The teacher, however, likes them as co-editors….sooooo, that is the arrangement, even

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“All Together Now” Movie Review and Trailer

Amber Appleton (Auli’i Cravalho) is an upbeat talented high school senior who has just been offered an audition for admission at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama. Amber works at a donut shop and an old age home in addition to going to school and helping the less fortunate there. What others don’t know is that…. Amber lost her

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