All in Movie Reviews

Ghost: A New Face for #girlpower #blackgirlmagic in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In 2018, more women are assuming lead roles in movies and are finally getting the acknowledgement they deserve for those roles. In the Movie: Ant-Man and The Wasp the, Marvel Cinematic Universe welcomes Ghost (played by Hannah John Kamen). Now while the Ghost of the Marvel Cinematic Universe adopts a new progressive spin from the comic book version, this MCU villain does not get the same focus fitting her status as other MCU baddies.

Black Panther: One for the Culture

Named the #1 movie in the world by Marvel Entertainment, Black Panther is another reminder of just how much Black people can and have achieved. While Black Panther isn’t the first superhero movie with a leading Black superhero (Ex. Blade, Catwoman and Spawn to name a few), it’s still nice to have a Black superhero movie dominate a mostly White genre.  

Thor Ragnarok: One Great F---- Movie!!!

Thor: Ragnarok offers a number of themes to give every movie goer something to talk about whether it’s the incredible fight scenes, emotional family moments, laugh out loud moments between Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo or a story that will leave you researching actual Norse mythology, Thor: Ragnarok will have you talking about it for days on end.