5 Marvel Women Who Deserve Better Treatment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

It’s a trend in pop culture, especially Marvel movies, that when writing female characters they fall into one of two categories. One, they serve as an emotional foil to the male protagonist. They are unable to show the true scope of their abilities and what makes them so much fun to watch because they needContinue reading “5 Marvel Women Who Deserve Better Treatment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe”

Celebrating Pioneering Black Actors Who Had Roles in TOS for International Star Trek Day

Live long and prosper my friends! I’m a HUGE Star Trek fan and I have been for as long as I can remember. I’ve seen every episode of every Trek ever made several times. That includes the movies as well as the tv series. Every since I was a kid watching the Original Series, I’veContinue reading “Celebrating Pioneering Black Actors Who Had Roles in TOS for International Star Trek Day”

My Top 5 Predictions for the Rest of ‘What If…?’ Season 1

There are few things in the world of pop culture that has consistently brought us as many entertaining stories as the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Now that the MCU has brought their biggest characters to the small screen on Disney+, we get to continue to enjoy the world of Marvel at home. I have beenContinue reading “My Top 5 Predictions for the Rest of ‘What If…?’ Season 1”

Actor Michael K. Williams, Most Famously Known as Omar on ‘The Wire,’ Dead at 54

Now, this one really hits hard! It’s not every day an actor resonates with so much power on the screen that you are immediately absorbed by their performance. Micheal K. Williams was one such actor. He had us all mesmerized as Omar Little. I have been greatly enjoying the string of recent projects he’s beenContinue reading “Actor Michael K. Williams, Most Famously Known as Omar on ‘The Wire,’ Dead at 54”

Trisha Ziff’s Oaxacalifornia: The Return Will Have Its U.S. Premiere at the New York Latino Film Festival

Trisha Ziff’s OAXACALIFORNIA: THE RETURNWill Have Its U.S. Premiere at the New York Latino Film Festival, Followed by Other Screening Engagementsin Milwaukee, Washington D.C., and Portland The Compelling and Intimate Documentary Portraitof Three Generations of One Mexican-American FamilyOffers a Nuanced Take on the Complexitiesof Contemporary American Identity Oaxacalifornia: The Return (Oaxacalifornia: El regreso), the fifthContinue reading “Trisha Ziff’s Oaxacalifornia: The Return Will Have Its U.S. Premiere at the New York Latino Film Festival”

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