Apple TV+ just released the season two trailer for See. The cast of the action-packed, post-apocalyptic drama series includes Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista, Alfre Woodard, Eden Epstein, Tom Mison, Hoon Lee, Olivia Cheng, David Hewlett, and Tamara Tunie. The new season will be a total of eight episodes and debut globally on Friday, August 27 with the first episode. New episodes will be followed followed weekly, every Friday.Continue reading “Check Out the Official Trailer for ‘See’ Season 2”
The heartwarming, funny, and emotional new Netflix film, based on an inspiring true story, has Kevin Hart taking on one of the toughest jobs in the world: fatherhood. Fatherhood is described as the inspirational true story of a father who must raise his daughter on his own. A film about overcoming grief and growing up… together.Continue reading “See the Emotional New Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Fatherhood’ Starring Kevin Hart”
Color Commentary returns and this time we’re taking on the first season of Marvel’s Luke Cage.
In the spirit of MST3K and Honest Trailers, Color Commentary is done in complete satire, is intended for a mature audience and is meant for entertainment purposes only. In other words, if you take any of this seriously, you are a fracking idiot.
Spoiler warning: spoilers throughout. Best to read this after watching the whole season! Which I recommend!
It was during a small, nearly throwaway scene deep in episode 10 that it hit me like Jessica Jones’ fist: Luke Cage is the most feminist show I’ve ever seen.
The scene, captured in the screen grab above, features four women characters — four black women, not a one of them under the age of 30 (and none of the actresses under 35) — each of whom is in fundamental conflict with the others, but who come together in two temporary alliances to fight a multi-level battle. Yes, it’s complicated.