I've always been a bookworm. Mostly because I love reading, but also because I grew up without cable so books didn't have much competition. When your only options are Matlock reruns, Jeopardy, and the local news, books look much more attractive. Now we're living in the age of peak tv and I have cable, DVR, … Continue reading 7 TV Shows Canceled Too Soon
Growing up, I didn't have cable. This was partially because my parents objected to us watching too much brain-rotting television (my siblings and I all have graduate degrees so I guess it worked!), and partially because we couldn't afford it. My husband grew up with cable and loves watching movies. Between him and the fact … Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite Terrible Movies
Felt like blogging but not about anything serious. Saw this circulating around as I caught up on the past few weeks of posts in my Feedly over the weekend so here goes! Currently about to start cooking dinner. Currently needing to study for my income tax exam next week...*sigh* Currently wanting to get my … Continue reading Currently…
The analyview returns! I got a free copy of Dr. Richard Banks' book, Is Marriage for White People from the professor who advises the BLSA group at Orange Law. It was a good read and surprisingly easy to get through; despite my impending finals, I managed to get through in just a few hours. Thesis … Continue reading Is Marriage for White People?
I am (give or take 5 weeks) a college graduate. I am pursuing a graduate degree. I am an independent, successful black woman and yet, Tyler Perry doesn't make me feel any certain way. More often than not, I find Tyler Perry's work hilarious. I enjoy seeing a movie with a cast full of black … Continue reading The Tyler Perry Question
[Note: I wrote this a little while ago and never posted it, so you get a real post today. Enjoy!] First of all, this is much more analysis than movie review. Either way, if you haven't seen the movie yet and care about spoilers, this is your official warning. Still reading? Okay then. Watching this … Continue reading Analyview of “500 Days of Summer”