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1. REGINA KING AT SEAN COMBS' 50TH BIRTHDAY BASH, 2019
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2. REGINA KING AT HBO'S POST EMMY AWARDS RECEPTION, 2019
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3. REGINA KING AT THE 47TH ANNUAL AMA AWARDS, 2019
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4. REGINA KING AT THE LACMA ART + FILM GALA, 2019
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5. REGINA KING AT THE LA PREMIERE OF "WATCHMEN", 2019
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6. REGINA KING AT THE 'JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE' STUDIOS, 2019
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7. REGINA KING AT THE 6TH ANNUAL LMGI AWARDS, 2019
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8. REGINA KING AT MISSY ELLIOT'S VMA AFTER PARTY, 2019
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9. REGINA KING AT THE HBO SUMMER TCA PANELS, 2019
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10. REGINA KING AT THE 73RD ANNUAL TONY AWARDS, 2019
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Continue reading Happy Birthday, Regina King! Here Are 10 of Her Most Glamorous Looks Of 2019
Happy Birthday, Regina King! Here Are 10 of Her Most Glamorous Looks Of 2019
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Regina King has been entertaining us since her debut role in 227, 35 years ago. She has given us the opportunity to fall so deeply in love with her with each role she dedicates herself to. Her diverse resume lends itself to comedy, drama, and action. As a result, Regina is the recipient of 3 Primetime Emmy Awards, 1 Academy Award, and 1 Golden Globe Award.
With all the movies, red carpet events, and award shows, Regina King knows how to slay a red carpet. I love how she stays true to herself and keeps her looks classic. She’s here for the extra flare but doesn't take it overboard. Regina knows the power of a little black dress or a power suit and she uses it to her advantage.
Today Regina King turns 49 years old. What a gift it is to not look a day older than the run of your career. In honor of her birthday, we’re taking a look at 10 of Regina King's most glamorous red carpet looks.
Continue reading The Cooking || The Face: Black Women Comparing Themselves To Their Best Dishes Is The Meme We All Need
The Cooking || The Face: Black Women Comparing Themselves To Their Best Dishes Is The Meme We All Need
With a day like Monday (including this war in Iran and those horrible Academy Awards nominations acting as if Black performers like Lupita Nyong'o and Beyonce don't exist), I definitely needed a little joy.
Thankfully, somewhere in between #OscarsSoWhite and the countless Tweets about the racism Meghan Markle has endured by the British press, I found some.
Enter the meme, "The Cooking | | The Face."
On Sunday night, Puerto Rican influencer, horror lover and gamer @SAEKOSNOWtv started the meme on Twitter posting a salivating picture of ribs, potato salad, tostones, and rice and beans on the left paired with a cute picture of her on the right.
Not surprisingly, this catchy idea took off on social media gaining attention from one of our fave chefs Angela Davis (@TheKitchenista), who tweeted out an amazing pic of cornbread, collards and black-eyed peas juxtaposed to her serving some serious face.
As I scrolled through these amazing threads of yummy seafood and soul food entrees my cooking impaired self couldn't dare make, I noticed all these beautiful faces of color, especially those from Black women, whose smiles and energy radiated through my computer.
Damn, we are an incredibly beautiful people! Seeing these beat faces and amazingly coiffed hairstyles made me feel a little bit better about my dreary and overworked day.
Do you need a little pick-me-up? No worries, I got you. Take a look at this #BlackGirlCookingMagic below:
#StarWarsRiseofSkywalker has gotten a Rotten Score on Rotten Tomatoes, I wonder how long it'll be before everyone who said The Last Jedi sucked are gonna predictably turn around now and claim they loved it because "Fuck Rotten Tomatoes"? pic.twitter.com/OaGX4XRJ3p
I wish people realized that a 50% Rotten Tomatoes score means the reviews are mixed, not bad. Just because it has a percent sign doesn't mean you are supposed to interpret it the same way as school grades... pic.twitter.com/NXuWsvh1ZM
I wouldn't worry about critic ratings these days. Remember some of these #RiseofSkywalker reviews include phrases like "Star Wars should have ended years ago" and critics made the Ghostbusters reboot fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. See it and like/dislike it on YOUR terms. #StarWars
To be fair to #RiseOfSkywalker, the fact that it's getting mediocre reviews after the execrable "Last Jedi" earned an insane 91% RATING from RottenTomatoes, and that most of the criticism is about its reliance on nostalgia, makes me think it could actually be good.
rise of skywalker reviewing so low is genuinely surprising. jj abrams has always made terrible movies but it is left to people on the tl to say so. curious what changed. into darkness got 84% on rotten tomatoes!!!! everyone hates that piece of shit!!!!
Continue reading Rotten Tomatoes, To Trust Or Not To Trust: ‘Star Wars’ Rating Sparks Debate
Rotten Tomatoes, To Trust Or Not To Trust: 'Star Wars' Rating Sparks Debate
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As we've mentioned before, the movie rating site Rotten Tomatoes doesn't always get it right when it comes to scoring films. A plethora of movies from the 90s alone deserve more than a "rotten" rating just because they were an integral part of people's childhoods.
Now, RT — which creates scores based off aggregated critic reviews from other publications — has given the early verdict for the upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie, and the rating is less than satisfactory.
They gave the movie a 59% as of Wednesday afternoon, or in other words a "rotten" score.
This might come as a surprise to some Star Wars fans considering the previous two movies in the trilogy, Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) and Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), received a 93% and a 91% respectively. In other words, they're happily "Certified FRESH."
The original Star Wars trilogy, which kicked off in 1977 with Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope and ended with Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983), also received passing ratings with The Empire Strikes Back (1980) receiving the highest rating at 94%.
The late 90s/early 2000s Star Wars trilogy didn't fare as well on average. The 1999 movie Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace received a 53%. However, things got better over time with Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) receiving a 65%, which is considered "FRESH," and Episode III - Revenge of the Sith receiving a "Certified FRESH" at 80%.
So why the low rating for The Rise of Skywalker, especially when it's directed by acclaimed blockbuster filmmaker J.J. Abrams (who was also behind Mission: Impossible 3, Star Trek, and The Force Awakens). Without giving any spoilers, some critics described The Rise of Skywalker as "terribly wrong," "cartoonish and absurd," or a "complicated blend of contradictions."
Despite the icy reviews, does that mean The Rise of Skywalker is a completely terrible movie at 59 percent. It's only one percent away from 60% as of Wednesday afternoon and has the possibility to climb over the weekend. Then it'll have a "FRESH" rating. Critics who enjoyed the movie said it "had just enough thrills to satisfy fans" and "was really, really good fun."
It seems ultimately, your commitment to the franchise is going to determine whether you'll see the movie or not. You can go by the critics if you're not that invested and want to save money, or you can take the risk of seeing the movie and deciding for yourself.
May the force be with you.
Until then, you can peep Twitter's thoughts on the Rotten Tomatoes rating below.