CULTURE

What Happened at the Oscars?

The Best Dressed List from the 2022 Academy Awards and the Vanity Fair Afterparty

As a metric for which movies matter, award shows are obsolete.

How many of us watched all — if any — of the nominated films? And how many of us — if any — agreed with the nominations, let alone the Academy’s seemingly arbitrary rulings? All of it seems arbitrary. The culture — aka the internet — decides what has staying power. And time decides what’s truly tasteful.

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CULTURE

End of Year Watch List: All The Best Movies Coming Out in the Last Days of 2021

From Netflix, HBO, Disney, and more, the end of the year promises a big movie finish

The Timothee Trpitych will soon be complete

In normal years, summer is the season reserved for blockbusters and big title releases from major studios. However, the past few years have been far from normal years.

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Film Lists

The 6 Best Titles Coming to Netflix in March 2021

There are plenty of fresh new works to stream on Netflix this month

Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny

As the snow starts to melt this month, it, unfortunately, doesn't change much in terms of our daily streaming schedule.

It's still too nippy to spend too much time outdoors, so gatherings with friends remain on hold this month. But luckily, there are plenty of fresh new works to stream on Netflix this month. The streaming juggernaut recently debuted the new trailer for Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead and will continue to churn out amazing content heading into the spring season.

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Decider

On August 27, 1992, Martin debuted on Fox.

Comedian/actor Martin Lawrence was the show's main protagonist and namesake. Lawrence plays Martin Payne, a Detroit radio personality who encounters comically bizarre situations with his girlfriend, Gina (Tisha Campbell-Martin), and their friends Tommy, Pam, and Cole (Thomas Mikal Ford, Tichina Arnold, and Carl Anthony Payne II).

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Before his shameful fall from grace, Bill Cosby redefined the role of Black fathers on television.

Cosby's portrayal of Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable on The Cosby Show was groundbreaking. Cliff's occupation as a doctor was a refreshing departure from blue-collared blowhards like Fred Sanford and entrepreneurs with a Napoleon complex like George Jefferson.

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Hip-Hop has always consisted of larger than life personalities. Rappers have unique backstories and ways of storytelling that essentially make them into characters, so the fact that many of them have made the transition from music to film and television is a no brainer.

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