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    Secret Life of Pets, I watched it the day after my Mr. Kitty died. I should have waited.

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    Spread (2009) with Ashton Kutcher and Anne Heche...a hustler/gigolo who makes his living sleeping with wealthy older women in LA. Better than I thought it would be. A bit draggy 3/4 of the way through, but the ending was a bit of a shock.
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    Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping...basically an extended SNL skit, but it did have some funny moments. Adam Sandler is a genius though.
    Bleaching Black Culture: About mainstream cultural misappropriation of black culture. Stuff like this always makes me angry, especially these days.
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    Snowden. Joseph Gordon-Levitt was awesome. I wish I hadn't watched a nearly hour long interview on Democracy Now with Oliver Stone and JGL prior to seeing it. It kind of showed all the exciting parts. But we enjoyed it. Nic Cage plays a pretty unimportant part in the film, but I know he needs the work. lol.
    It is very pro Snowden and the real Snowden is even in the end of the film.

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    X-Men: Apocalypse

    Didn't like it. Too busy, often stupid and the bad guy was ridiculous at times. Just felt like a very aimless movie.
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    What if Superman is psychotic and everyone can see that he's Clark Kent but they just play along not to set him off?

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    Watched Lucy

    I like Scarlet and think she managed to play a good lead, the story line had an interesting concept but not sure if I actually liked the film, there wasn't much to the story line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    X-Men: Apocalypse

    Didn't like it. Too busy, often stupid and the bad guy was ridiculous at times. Just felt like a very aimless movie.
    I agree. And Oscar Isaac came across more like a cranky old guy than a super-scary bad guy.

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    Dark Girls: documentary about colorism in America and how it affects black women, dark-skinned black women in particular. It almost made me cry, because some of the women were in tears talking about how their family and friends teased them for being dark skinned. Black men bragging about how they only like light-skinned girls. There were some brothers who, bless em, said that they preferred brown and dark skinned sisters. But the movie's subject matter - left me feeling prickly and unsettled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Dark Girls: documentary about colorism in America and how it affects black women, dark-skinned black women in particular. It almost made me cry, because some of the women were in tears talking about how their family and friends teased them for being dark skinned. Black men bragging about how they only like light-skinned girls. There were some brothers who, bless em, said that they preferred brown and dark skinned sisters. But the movie's subject matter - left me feeling prickly and unsettled.
    My first exposure to any of this as an issue (and obviously, because I was white) was in college when I watched Spike Lee's "School Daze". It was one of the central themes of the whole film and there was even a dance number and song addressing it (and hair). I also had a really cute African American classmate who told me that at one point she blurted out to her parents "Why am I so dark???" because everyone else in her family was pretty light-skinned by comparison - like she had been shortchanged in some way.
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    I think that's a great pic of ashton kutcher above.

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    This BLEW MY MIND. I had no idea it was a true story until it was over. We were still talking about it 20 minutes after it ended, the next day still bringing up little things we remembered about it. It's not often movies do that to you.

    I wanna see snowden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    My first exposure to any of this as an issue (and obviously, because I was white) was in college when I watched Spike Lee's "School Daze". It was one of the central themes of the whole film and there was even a dance number and song addressing it (and hair). I also had a really cute African American classmate who told me that at one point she blurted out to her parents "Why am I so dark???" because everyone else in her family was pretty light-skinned by comparison - like she had been shortchanged in some way.
    It's not an easy topic because it touches so many soft points in our communities underbelly.
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    Neighbors 2 - it was OK, but the first one was better (naturally).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    My first exposure to any of this as an issue (and obviously, because I was white) was in college when I watched Spike Lee's "School Daze". It was one of the central themes of the whole film and there was even a dance number and song addressing it (and hair). I also had a really cute African American classmate who told me that at one point she blurted out to her parents "Why am I so dark???" because everyone else in her family was pretty light-skinned by comparison - like she had been shortchanged in some way.
    Briefly, in the 1970s, when the "black is beautiful" trend was in vogue, you had dark-skinned beauties like Gloria Hendry, Judy Pace and a few others who had their moment in the sun, but like most trends, it sorta died out. I think that's why women like Lupita N'yongo and Gabrielle Union are so important.

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    Judy Pace:
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    Teresa Graves. I loved this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    I agree. And Oscar Isaac came across more like a cranky old guy than a super-scary bad guy.
    Ahaha, I kept saying to the boyfriend "I just can't, he looks like Grumpy Cat!"



    Last movie watched: Spectre

    OMFG what an utter piece of crap!!!! I can't believe that after Skyfall they made this embarrassingly bad movie! I seriously felt awful for everyone in it.
    Lea Seydoux is hott as hell, though, wanna see her in something that doesn't suck!
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    What if Superman is psychotic and everyone can see that he's Clark Kent but they just play along not to set him off?

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