How Black Widow Depicts themes of dehumAnization and human trafficking

By Jillian Chilingerian When Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) first appeared on the screen in “Iron Man 2”(2010), Tony Stark referred to her as “I want one” and that is how she was characterized throughout her entire 10-year run. Dressed in her skintight catsuit and every shade of red hair, her onscreen role was to have sexual tension with every member of the Avengers whom she … Continue reading How Black Widow Depicts themes of dehumAnization and human trafficking

Review: Before I Go

reached a point in her life where she’s faced with a midlife crisis of sorts. She finds other people annoying, getting into petty fights and arguments over little things such as being in the wrong queue at the grocery store or nearly getting hit crossing the road because the driver is checking their phone. She’s also struggling with bigger issues which include finding love in her fifties, her hoarder father (Robert Klein) and the anniversary of her mother’s death. Continue reading Review: Before I Go

Film Review: Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain

Year: 2021 Runtime: 119 minutes Director: Morgan Neville By Tom Moore Documentarian Morgan Neville captured the hearts of many with his profile pic, ”Won’t You Be My Neighbor”, that captured the spirit and impact of Fred Rogers back in 2018. Now, Neville returns with another pic that looks to shed light on the story of renowned chef/travel guide Anthony Bourdain leading up to his devastating … Continue reading Film Review: Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain