Words Of Wisdom From Madam C.J. Walker

Sarah Breedlove, later known as Madam C.J. Walker, was (by today’s standards) the first self-made female millionaire. She was orphaned at a young age, but soon grew up to become one of the well-known businesswomen. She was a successful entrepreneur, activist, mother, and proof that the American Dream is a reality. Here are my top…

‘The Little Things’ Review- A Failure To Utilize Denzel

John Lee Hancock writes and directs ‘The Little Things,’ a described neo-noir thriller that was released simultaneously into theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service. Kern County deputy sheriff Joe “Deke” Deacon (Denzel Washington) arrives in Los Angeles to get collect evidence for a case his department is working on. While there, he stumbles…

‘Fatale’ Review- A Few Forgotten Plot Threads

‘Fatale‘ is a 2020 revenge thriller directed by Deon Taylor based on a screenplay by David Loughery. It was released through Lionsgate to a limited theatrical release and through video-on-demand. Derrick Tyler (Michael Ealy) is a successful sports publicist in Los Angeles who owns a business with his best friend Rafe Grimes (Mike Colter). Though…

‘Outside The Wire’ Review- A Not So Futuristic Robot War

Swedish filmmaker Mikael Håfström takes the director’s chair of ‘Outside The Wire,’ a science fiction war drama that made its premiere on the Netflix streaming service. In 2036, Eastern Europe is destabilized once again prompting a civil war in which both the Russians and the Americans have an interest, both sides using robots called Gumps.…

‘The Dig’ Review- A Charming Historical Drama

‘The Dig‘ is a historical drama based on the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo. It was released on Netflix and is directed by Simon Stone. It is based on the titular novel by John Preston, which I have not read. In 1939, widow Edith Pretty (Carey Mulligan) hires excavator Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes), suspecting a…

My Top 10 Favorite Quotes From Walter E. Williams

Economist and author Walter E. Williams led an impressive and distinguished life. His writings and syndicated columns were internationally known for his wise perspective on political issues, civil rights, and economics. Here are My Top 10 Favorite Quotes From Walter E. Williams: Socialism promises a utopia that sounds good, but those promises are never realized.…

Gamer Live Streaming Platform Trovo Partners With PMGC Champion Nova Esports

Gaming live streaming platform Trovo teams-up with the mobile-focused eSports organization Nova eSports for the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle royale. According to a press release, Up and coming mobile gaming live streaming platform Trovo teams up with PMGC Champion Nova Esports! After placing ninth overall in the league stage of the…

‘Fruits Basket’ Creator Delivers Heartfelt Message Ahead Of Anime’s Final Season

‘Fruits Basket‘ was recently announced to be entering its final season along with a poster to stir up excitement. Fans of the popular manga and anime were excited at the announcement, despite their despair that the slice-of-life series is coming to an end. Funimation, the company producing the English dub, shared the image on social…

‘Locked Down’ Review- Tone Deaf And Boring

‘Locked Down‘ is an HBO Max original comedy film directed by Doug Liman and written by Steven Knight. It was made by Warner Bros. Pictures in their surge of streaming films to come out in 2021. Linda (Anne Hathaway) is the CEO of a fashion company is living in London during the Covid lockdown with…

Movie Review Flashback- No Way Back (1995)

‘No Way Back‘ is an action thriller from 1995 directed by Frank A. Cappello. It was made by Overseas Filmgroup, originally premiering in Japan through Columbia Pictures. It would later be shown in the United States in 1996. LA-based FBI Agent Zack Grant (Russell Crowe) is shocked when rookie undercover agent Seiko Kobayashi (Kelly Hu)…

Movie Review- The Ramen Girl

‘The Ramen Girl‘ is a 2006 romantic comedy directed by Robert Allan Ackerman based on a screenplay by Becca Topol. It is co-produced by the film’s star Brittany Murphy. Abby (Brittany Murphy) has moved to Tokyo, Japan to be with her boyfriend Ethan (Gabriel Mann), who breaks up with her after he gets a job…