There are many coming-of-age films set in high schools that focus on different cliques: the mean girls, the nerds, the jocks, the theater kids, etc., but what Selah and the Spades dir. Tayarisha Poe makes clear from the first frame is: this is not that sort of movie. The cliques or factions are not a byproduct of the genre, but rather the foundation of the movie.
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After a sudden cancelation of Syfy’s The Expanse, the network left fans feeling unsatisfied and quite ambitious as they banned together and started a campaign to Save The Expanse.
In a wave of online media streaming, Tim Kashani and Pamela Winslow Kashani hope to bring the theatrical musical experience right to your screen with ‘No One Called Ahead’.
The star-studded cast of Golden Globe and Emmy winning show, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” walked down the hot pink carpet at the season two premiere on Thursday night.
It’s hot out and there’s no more World Cup. So, here are five fresh reading picks, hand selected for those looking for a cozy respite from the political craziness and crazy heat. From memoirs to a slightly different looks at the World Cup and North Korea to pure indulgent fantasy, these are the books you can’t miss this season.
Galileo, Copernicus, and Ptolemy. These are the figures I grew up learning about when we looked at the greats before us who had discovered something beyond the stars.
Home is where the heart is. I think…