“Imperial Blue” is a thriller film that examines the brutal and terrible impacts of colonialism in Africa under the guise of a drug-addled crime story. However, the film’s superficial narrative and weak screenplay let down its unique premise. “Imperial Blue” Film Review Hugo Winter (Nicolas Fagerberg) is the rogue
Films are a great way for people to educate themselves and learn more about the rich history of Black and African-American people. Black filmmakers and artists have created some powerful, informative, and deeply meaningful films celebrating Black history. Below, you will find 5 films that should be wholeheartedly recommended and
Intimidation, kidnapping, torture, and systematic extermination. Horrific actions that many relegate as a thing of the past, left behind with monsters like Hitler and Stalin. However, for the LGBTQ+ community in Russia—one of the most oppressively homophobic countries in the world—these remain real and present threats to this
Last year was an unprecedented one in many ways, what with the COVID-19 pandemic grinding the world to a halt overnight. The film industry was one of many to suffer tremendous economic hardships as a result of severe global lockdowns and social distancing measures. Global cinema revenue experienced a 71.
“Riverdale” meets “Little Women” meets “Game of Thrones.” There is hardly a better way of encapsulating the promise of Shonda Rhimes and Netflix’s new TV series, “Bridgerton,” which premiered Dec. 25. As Bridgerton invokes the cheesy drama, period setting, and gratuitous sex of these other well-known hits respectively, “Bridgerton”