Really big fans of the John Wick series. We couldn’t wait to go see Part # of the series. Alicia and I always go to the movies to see a John Wick film because its huge, has big excitement with how they are made. We were looking for a continued exciting movie experience and boy did it not disappoint.
Alicia and I return with our review of the critically acclaimed series insecure by Issa Rae. We took a minute to get to look at this amazing series because of the many new and interesting shows coming out this year but we really missed another great season Issa Rae has created. Check out our thoughts of this outstanding AfricanAmerican HBO series.
The insecure comedy series looks at the friendship of two black women in a unique, authentic way. It features the music of both indie and established artists of color, and touches on a variety of social and racial issues that relate to the contemporary black experience.
Alicia and finally get around to see our iconic 42nd street put into a TV series. We talk about our time in downtown Manhattan and different aspects of the sex trade in NYC that the TV series shows.
"The Deuce" tells of the germination of the sex-trade industry in the heart of New York's Times Square. It's the early 1970s, and the porn business begins a shift from organized crime-backed parlors to a legitimate, culturally accepted enterprise.
In 1951, cancerous cells from Henrietta Lacks lead to breakthroughs that change the face of medicine forever. Aided by writer Rebecca Skloot, Deborah Lacks embarks on a quest to learn about the mother she never knew.
Alicia and I reviewed this HBO movie produced by Oprah Winfrey because we read the book The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks a few years ago and really felt that this was an important message about a remarkable African American woman that effected science forever. So we wanted to see if the movie would give the family and book justice.
This episode we finally get to finish the HBO series "Insecure". We left off at episode 4 and we get all the way to the season finale. We get into the battle of the sexist debate on who was wrong or right that has been flooding the internet as well as a little personal perspective into the conversation.
We also get ready for the season premiere of the new season.
Modern-day black women might be described as strong and confident; in other words, just the opposite of Issa and Molly. As the best friends deal with their own real-life flaws, their insecurities come to the fore as together they cope with an endless series of uncomfortable everyday experiences. Created by co-star Issa Rae and writer/comic Larry Wilmore ("The Daily Show With Jon Stewart"), the comedy series looks at the friendship of two black women in a unique, authentic way. It features the music of both indie and established artists of color, and touches on a variety of social and racial issues that relate to the contemporary black experience.
Listen to our take on this new series.