The Last Duel is about rape. Although the film delves into rape culture in medieval Europe, there are many striking similarities to modern rape culture.
Marvel’s animated show What If…? ended last week, so let’s go back and look at all of the different universes shown and rank each episode from worst to best!
Yeah, sure, the movie’s about Carnage. But it’s really about love. A love that defies all odds: the love between a man and his man-eating alien symbiote.
Now that we’re officially halfway through Hispanic Heritage Month, let’s look ahead at movies featuring Hispanic & Latine representation through the rest of 2021.
‘Sex Education’ is one of the most diverse shows I’ve ever seen! From sexuality to gender identity to race, this show features so many minorities and so many different kinds of relationships!
Cinderella has been adapted many times over, with the latest adaptation from Amazon sparking controversy over its girlboss agenda. But what of diversity? We rank some of the most popular adaptations for diversity.
The newest in a long line of Cinderella adaptations, Amazon’s Cinderella (2021) prizes girlbossification above the very story it tries to adapt.
Marvel’s first Asian superhero film, ‘Shang-Chi’, deserves praise for balancing epic superhero action, a heartfelt family plot, and positive Asian representation.
‘Candyman’ (2021) builds upon the original 1992 film by presenting the myth of Candyman not only as an example of black pain, but as an opportunity for black vengeance.
For the most part, ‘Sweet Girl’ recycles tired hyper masculine revenge tropes, but a surprise twist in the end turns it into a female-centric revenge film.