“It is crazy that we need a movie that depicts what happens out here in the real world for it to get peoples’ attention. Police brutality is very much a real thing, so why do we need a fictional representation of it for people to sit up and realize?”
For me, “The Hate U Give” taught an important lesson: that it is okay to be an angry black girl. Because, collectively within the black community, we have every right to be.
VOX ATL reporters Amariyah Callender and Erin Davis had the opportunity to receive exclusive red carpet access at the Atlanta press screening for “The Hate U Give.”
VOX ATL reporters Mack, Chris and Nicole debate on the future of the DC Extended Universe. Will DC ever get it together and actually compete with the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
VOX ATL reporters Brooklyn and Christina interviewed actor TJ Wright about his role in the movie “The Hate U Give.” Watch as they discuss playing in this emotional drama and the impact he hopes the movie makes.
In the latest VOXCast episode VOX ATL reporters Christina, Jabari and Lyric sit down with actor TJ Wright who is featured in the highly-anticipated film “The Hate U Give.” At just 10 years old this young actor already has a lot going on and a lot to say.
Once this movie is over, you’ll find yourself instantly wanting to re-watch it with a group of friends.
One thing that “Eighth Grade” accomplishes is capturing the experience of eighth grade (at least my experience). In the movie, eighth grade is total hell for Kayla, and that’s exactly how it was for me.
The new movie “Eighth Grade” takes me back to Centennial Academy, golf carts, and Algebra 1. I want to touch on what I really like about the film, and that is how they depict the transition of pre-teens to teenagers.
Here’s the thing about Kayla’s all-too-relatable character: We don’t want to relate. We don’t want to feel what she feels or experience what she experiences. We don’t want to be her. Because at some point, we already were.