Category: Reviews

Justin Timberlake’s Weak Attempt At Becoming An Ally – A “Supplies” Review

Earlier today Justin Timberlake released a music video for his latest single, “Supplies” and I have thoughts: The video begins with Justin sitting on a couch watching several screens that showcase different issues we are currently dealing with: the #MeToo movement, immigration, protests against racism and Donald Trump as a human being to name a few. The video then shows… Read more →

Justin Timberlake Gets Filthy | SINGLE REVIEW

I just want to have a quick conversation with Justin Timberlake’s marketing team. When it was announced that Justin Timberlake would be making his comeback in 2018 a marketing campaign for his upcoming album, Man Of The Woods, was released and now I find myself utterly confused. You see, from the campaign I gathered that the upcoming music would consist of something like… Read more →

“The Shape of Water” Has Captured My Heart | MOVIE REVIEW

The moment I witnessed the trailer for The Shape of Water, I knew that this movie would be a magical experience. (Mini-spoilers ahead)   Guillermo del Toro has brought to life the film he always wanted to make and with an ensemble cast that creates magic all on their own, there’s no mistake that this cinematic journey is one definitely worth taking.… Read more →

Music Monday: Rosalia

Sometimes music comes into your life and completely knocks the wind right out of you; this is the experience that I felt the moment I heard Rosalia’s voice Rosalia is a Flamenco artist who belts her emotions into every one of her songs. Her debut album is titled, Los Angeles, and the experience she has created within the twelve songs in the… Read more →

My Heart Is Still Recovering: A “Call Me By Your Name” Movie Review

Call Me By Your Name is the family film that 2017 deserves.  Admittedly, I actively avoided reading the book before watching the film because I wanted to experience it without any preconceptions in my mind and honestly; it was the best decision I’ve made to date. I walked into the theatre knowing very little about the film and as the story unraveled… Read more →


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