A response to a #BLM supporter.

A "review" for the film The Hate U Give made by Letterboxd user ScreeningNotes: ”It is impossible to be unarmed when our blackness is the weapon that they fear.” The police is a racist institution. White people have more social, political, and economic privilege than black people. That needs to change. If you think Blue Lives … Continue reading A response to a #BLM supporter.

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1967) review

Rated: 4 / 5 "A love story of today."  Well, maybe not so much anymore.  Or maybe it is.  This film has surprising relevancy to today, and I personally find that to be a bit sad. So, in case you haven't ever seen this movie, which I suggest you do considering I've given it a … Continue reading Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1967) review

Detroit review and discussion of Hollywood’s portrayal of racism over the years

Rated: 3/5* * = with caveats, especially with dialogue that self-references the year.  "Helloooo? This is 1967!  I can do whatever I want!" Introduction ... ... ... Ok, so this movie. I had reservations going in. But there are times where I get sick and tired of being on edge, of having such a high … Continue reading Detroit review and discussion of Hollywood’s portrayal of racism over the years

13th review

Rated: 2/5 America. Home to 5% of the world's population. America, which has 25% of the world's total prison population. The highest rate of incarceration in the world. For a country so great that illegals would want to flock to it, one would wonder why it is that the prison population is so high (or did … Continue reading 13th review

Discussions on Racism

So it begins.  Been getting feedback from my Do the Right Thing review in my entry on letterboxd, and I'm hoping the same thing will happen on the other platforms the review is linked to.  I'm going to post the back-and-forth discussions I've been having.  Because I've learned from experience that if I end up … Continue reading Discussions on Racism

Do the Right Thing review and discussion on racism

Rated: 3/5 So "nigger" is an offensive word right? At least when white people use it? But why is that exactly? From what I've been taught, it has to do with the past, during the 1800s to the late 1900s (depending on which area of America you are at). A term used by white men … Continue reading Do the Right Thing review and discussion on racism