Now on Netflix: Pioneers of African-American Cinema “This newly preserved collection features more than 20 films made by groundbreaking African-American directors for Black Audiences from 1915-1946”
I’d probably watch any Shirley MacLaine movie and while I was online tearing up folks’ safe spaces today, I found “The Last Word” . If I had to guess the movie’s plot – it would […]
Bridget Jones’s baby is the 3rd installment of the Bridget Jones’ saga…
The first one was thoroughly enjoyable. Second, likable. The third and latest was released September 2016 and I absolutely hated it.
The movie made me angry. I stopped watching three times before I finally finished it. When the final credits finished rolling I almost gave it two stars. Instead, I gave it three, so not to confuse the Netflix’s recommendation algorithm.
The next morning, while brushing my teeth, I thought about the movie again. I stopped brushing and asked myself, “Why did you hate that movie so much?”
Knowing ‘why’ you do something reminds me of the actor asking the director, “What is my motivation”. When you know “Why” you do something it will make it easy for you to connect with your audience.