Enough With the Goddamn Remakes

In the last decade or so, the silver and small screens alike have been saturated with remakes. From beloved sitcoms like Fuller House to remakes of remakes like the upcoming Mummy film, Hollywood studios can’t seem to get enough of updating already adored shows, films, and franchises. And I’m sick of it. I get it. […]

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The Gift That Art Gives Us

Photo cred: Cleveland.com/ABC At the Oscars, Viola Davis in her acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress in Fences paid tribute to her craft by eloquently saying that the artist community “[is] the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life.” While the internet perhaps took too much from these words in the […]

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Why Is Everyone So Over Scandal?

Photo cred: Hypable.com I had been toying around with making a blog post about Scandal for a while now, but within the past week or so I was convinced that I needed to get some thoughts out about it. It was a culmination of things I’ve been seeing/hearing concerning Scandal, negative sentiments over the last […]

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Some Thoughts on the Golden Globes

Photo cred: Variety (Variety.com) I watched the Golden Globes this past Sunday, January 10, and as always, I was left feeling uncomfortable and slightly disappointed. (I don’t know why I still watch award shows, they’re trash honestly. But I digress.) In thinking about the show in hindsight, I have a nagging thought. Lady Gaga won […]

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The Challenge: Why We Need to Talk About Cara Maria, Abram, and Signs of Abusive Relationships

Photo cred: MTV (MTV.com) I am a fan of The Challenge. So much so that I remember when the show was called Real World/Road Rules Challenge. I’ve been watching the show for a decade now, and it’s one of the few reality television shows that I religiously watch every week (and frankly, the only show […]

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