“Some white chick wants to talk about race. Great.” – Aasif Mandvi In a Netflix docuseries, Chelsea Does…, Chelsea Handler examines Marriage, Silicon Valley, Racism, and Drugs through extensive interviews and travel. I want to focus my critique on Chelsea Does Racism. Let me start out by saying that this docuseries, along with its producer […]Read More Chelsea Does… Racism: A Review
There are moments in life where we read about institutionalized prejudices and then there are moments when we find ourselves in the middle of experiencing them. Recently, while working on a film set, I found myself wide-eyed and furious at the situation I was involved in. While I had voiced my desire to be the […]Read More I’m Here to Give Direction, Not Take It
I hate love triangles. Aside from oversimplifying the incredible difficulty of sorting through one’s feelings, love triangles are overused, cliche excuses to “stir the pot.” Not to mention, a majority of love triangles promote the idea of competition in the pursuance of affection. They idealize and romanticize the belief that people should be made into […]Read More Love Is Not Geometry
All hail HBO’s Game of Thrones!!!!! If you didn’t tune in on Sunday night, you should probably re-evaluate your life choices. According to Entertainment Weekly, the fourth-season premiere of the fantasy delivered the show’s biggest audience yet: 6.6 million viewers. That makes Sunday’s Thrones HBO’s most-watched program since The Sopranos’ series finale in 2007. In the season premiere, we […]Read More ALL HAIL Game of Thrones!
I am hooked on Downton Abbey. It’s a British television series that follows noble family, and their servants, who struggle to navigate the changing norms of society during the early 1900’s. Not only is this series remarkably entertaining because of its plot twists and seemingly endless drama, it is also an unexpected feminist pleasure. Downton Abbey explores […]Read More Women of Downton Kick Ass