How To Support The Arts In Philly During COVID-19

According to the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, the arts scene in the City of Brotherly Love is more than just a weekend escape. $4.1 billion dollars in total economic impact, 55,000 full-time jobs, and $1.3 billion in household income are all tied directly to Philly's arts and culture institutions. During the Coronavirus shutdown, a countless... Continue Reading →

Widows (2018): A Movie Made For TV

The second month of my quest to watch 100 movies in 2020 brought me to a movie with untapped depth: Steve McQueen's Widows. The 2018 film incorporates themes of urban poverty, independence, and political corruption into the story of a heist executed by reluctant participants. The ensemble film stars Viola Davis, Elizabeth Debicki, Michelle Rodriguez, Liam... Continue Reading →

10 Instant Reactions To The 2020 Oscars

The 2020 Oscars appeared to be on track to avoid any major upsets until late in the telecast. Korean director Bong Joon Ho's Parasite instantly went from being a well-received film to landmark cinema. The deserving four-time winner upset favorite 1917 and achieved a first in the ceremony's 92 years. Reactions To The 2020 Academy Awards 1 -... Continue Reading →

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