Surrounding the comedy that is “What Men Want,” is a story that we’ve all heard before or are all too familiar with.
The circumstances around his death are suspicious and many folks think he was murdered because of his activism and power.
During her first year at Harvard she took her classes as well as her husband’s second year classes as he had cancer.
Ali has amazing coaching for his role as a pianist.
This movie, one with fictional characters and made up neighborhoods, is real. We have all heard of stories like this. We’ve seen them on the news and we’ve seen it for ourselves.
The bar is low, but it was more enjoyable for me than the Medea movies.
Through an absurdist lens, the series uses irony, self-deprecation, brutal honesty and humor to highlight issues that still plague today’s”post-racial” society.
Of course Golding’s novel does revolve a lot around the thin line between humanity and savagery, but most of it is based on the dystopian patriarchal society and how messed up it is.
It’s a story with a main character who never never seems to lose sight of herself.