Margot Bingham

  • Movies The title card for the movie Saturday Church

    Saturday Church – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Saturday Church may have hit or miss musical elements, but Luka Kain and company present a film which sets a precedent for the upcoming Pose to follow. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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    She’s Gotta Have It: Season 1/ Episode 1 “#DaJumpoff (DOCTRINE)” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    She’s Gotta Have It proves not all remakes/ modern updates deserve a side eye. For some are eternal and worth updating so each generation can have their unique connection. Community Rating: 43.7% (1)

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  • Queen Sugar: Season 2/ Episode 5 “Caroling Dusk” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Investing in something bigger than yourself is the main focus in episode 5 “Caroling Dusk.” Be it investing in your kids and making sure they know you, know that you will consistently be there, or investing in someone else. Trying to make it so, in the long run, you can say you did more than became a success and can show it through property or a bank account. For the true success is perhaps the people you lifted up as you were climbing to the top and reached it. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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  • Barbershop: The Next Cut – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Plot Overview With the Southside of Chicago becoming engulfed in constant violence, and Calvin’s son starting to slowly fall prey to local gangs, Calvin comes at the crossroad of fighting against the violence or moving away. Rating: TV Viewing Review Summary Feeding off the #BlackLivesMatter movement, Ice Cube and company seem to throw their own 2 cents in, share some corny jokes, and perhaps come off more preachy than anything else. Especially since the movie tries to feature a diverse cast, and slightly varied opinions, but ultimately still falls in the same potholes anyone who stands up on a soapbox does. Especially when they want to make criticisms about Black culture but ignore their own misogyny. Community Rating: 43.7% (1)

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