“Black Panther” is not “just a superhero movie.” It’s a black superhero film, directed and written by black people, for everyone, but with black people in mind.
Utilizing Thor as a source of humor should’ve been present in the first two movies, and director Taika Waititi shows us what we’ve been missing.
Music Midtown was everything we expected to be, and sometimes a little more.
XXXTENTACION and Members Only have delivered the hypest album of the summer.
This novel — written by Atlanta teen Emily Rose Ross — asks us to consider some tough questions. Are dogs pets? Or are they beloved family members? Is it safety or slavery if a dog is collared? What’s a good owner? Should dogs even have owners? This book raises questions!
When her boyfriend breaks up with her for a girl easily defined as a Manic Pixie Dream Girl, Beatrice reinvents herself as Trixie Giovanni, a sunflower-loving, French-speaking, bubbly young girl with an affinity for mismatched shoes in order to win him back.
By intertwining social commentary and humor that will catch you off guard, “Atlanta” is not your typical TV show. VOX teens give their reviews.
I guarantee that you will yourself ask if Mookie does the right thing and what the impact of his actions will have on his entire community.
Buggin’ Out has choices to make — whether to use MLK’s non-violent methods and boycott the restaurant or use Malcolm X’s methods and be confrontational.
“The Life of Pablo” demonstrates where Kanye is at at this point in his life. His highly regarded 2004 debut album, “College Dropout” was young, new and fresh. This album is not as good as his first album, but it comes really, really close.