The June episode of the Incluvie Movie Highlights provides 3 new and buzzworthy films presenting different types of love: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande with intimacy, Father of the Bride with familial love, and this month’s feature – Fire Island, with intimate and romantic love. Movie Critic Melanie Ojwang joins us to discuss Emergency.
In season 3 of ‘Umbrella Academy’, Diego, Allison, and Viktor finally get character arcs that address their unique experiences as a Latino man, a Black woman who lived through the 60s, and a trans man.
“Rodgers’ & Hammerstein’s Cinderella” wasn’t just a fairytale, it’s a Black girl’s fairytale. It was a fantasy world where the undeniable beauty of Black girls and Women was celebrated and beloved.
Deborah (Jean Smart) and Ava (Hannah Einbinder) are a delight to watch evolve, sometimes devolve, then evolve again.
The coming-of-age story that brings viewers into the world of Broadway, New York City, with musical talent and LGBTQ leads.
The [SPOILER-Free] story of Jurassic World: Dominion is that the humans never learned from their mistakes from the previous films, science is still running amok, and the world is paying the price.
The May Incluvie Movie Highlights features 3 fantastic coming-of-age films. We explore butterfly-inducing Sneakerella and Crush, and the sadly timely feature – The Fallout, about the after-effects of a school shooting.
If the message here is that without a support system, grieving people turn into monsters, it’s not really well-delivered and may be flawed as a message itself.
Hiring bias is something that’s rampant in all industries (even unconscious bias). But writing a script totally neutral not only opens the door for more diverse actors, but also for characters that are people first.
A 2022 remake of the previous films of the same name, but with a more diverse cast, increasing representation and diversity.