Let me breathe first because, whew! There’s so much to unpack in this show. I’m not big on small talk so I’ma just dive right in. The first episode follows Arabella, played by the amazingly talented Michaela Coel, who created, wrote, directed, and stars in the show, as she struggles to complete the draft ofContinue reading “‘I May Destroy You’ Finale | Review by Phette Hollins | #sexualassault #rape #stealthing”
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Just me and my lil 2 cents on the movie Fatal Affair on Netflix. Did you get a chance to watch the movie? What are your thoughts?
Annie and her ex, Gregg, got together to celebrate that their former daughter Sadie is now going by Ben. I love that they’ve incorporated this trans storyline and are accepting of him. Gregg brought his wife, Nancy along, who is played by Sally Pressman of the short-lived show Army Wives. She announced that they’re inContinue reading ““She Ain’t Coming.” | Good Girls Review by Phette Hollins”
Ooohhh weeee. I love me some new beginnings. Moving to a new place, getting a new car, a new job. But nothing says fresh start like getting with a new (wo)man. I can see why it’s called the honeymoon phase, though. Everything is beautiful and wonderful and perfect and cute and sweet…until they’re not. ThoseContinue reading “We All May Be Black But We Are Not The Same, Girlfriend | Cherish The Day | Review by Phette Hollins”
First off, dripping episodes is so passe’. Like, who wants to wait a whole week for another episode to drop? What sick, controlling person wants to torture me, I meant, us – the fans, like that? It doesn’t help that I became a fan of this show well after it had aired and ended upContinue reading “Why ‘Good Girls’ Makes Me Wanna Launder Money & Not Be Ashamed About It | Review by Phette Hollins”
Dropped: Valentine’s Day 2020 Written & Directed by: Stella Meghie Music Composed by: Theee Robert Glasper Produced by: Will Packer, who brought us This Christmas, Stomp the Yard, Think Like A Man, and Girls Trip Mae, played by Issa Rae, is on a quest to find out more about her mother who dies and leavesContinue reading “Even with its attractive cast, The Photograph doesn’t quite capture the chemistry like its ‘Love Jones’ counterpart| Review by Phette Hollins”