Esther In Wonderland is a reminder that Hip-Hop has fans across all cultures and worlds, and they will find what they need one way or another.
Browsing: Tribeca Film Festival
In 11 minutes, you get one of the cutest animated sci-fi love stories since Wall-E.
Asking For It has a B-Movie vibe as it has a group of radical feminists take on incels and the patriarchy.
Is this a romantic comedy? Yes. However, that doesn’t mean Dating and New York may not make you cry – which it did for us.
On top of 7 Days being an opposites attract story, it also taps into stereotypes then expands them to remind you they are ignorant viewpoints of a much more complicated culture.
Poser operates much like an action movie. The only difference is, rather than sitting through the story to get to the action sequences, in Poser you are awaiting the next musical performance.
As open relationships and marriages push for more societal acceptance, the question becomes, if purely in a sexual context, can it work?
After a certain point, you get tired of having to ask someone to take you to the store, so a young girl decides it is time to go on her own.
With the opportunity to go to prom, a young man wants to look nice, but with an afro and a desire for waves, he can’t just go anywhere, so to an unfamiliar barbershop he goes.
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