“Burden,” starring Garrett Hedlund, tells the (based on a) true story of a violent KKK thug who was “saved” by a black church. It’s truly incompetent, writes Cassie da Costa.
Director Dee Rees’ Joan Didion adaptation “The Last Thing He Wanted” is indeed difficult and strange—but it’s also genuinely inspired and very Didion-esque.
The TV pundit also called Sanders’ supporters “racist white liberals,” a continuation of his crusade to misunderstand intersectionality and why women of color support the senator.
The former NBA star and partner Gabrielle Union’s public support of their trans daughter has been warmly received by many—but also criticized by rappers like Boosie and Young Thug.
This new celeb trend sees “wealthy and attractive famous people make suspiciously timed claims to marginalized identities as an escape route,” writes Cassie da Costa.
The Russian WWII-era drama tells the story of two women soldiers struggling to manage the lingering effects of war. And it is stunning, writes Cassie da Costa.
Filmmaker Stella Meghie’s romantic drama, starring Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield, is “like a dramatic, black Nancy Meyers movie” if everyone was 20 years younger.
The 18-year-old pop sensation has released her theme song for the upcoming Bond film “No Time to Die,” in theaters April 10. Is it Oscar-worthy?
Arguing that minorities should be awarded solely on the basis of identity is wrong, writes Cassie da Costa.
“All women are superheroes,” proclaimed Sigourney Weaver from the Academy Awards stage. It was lame “primetime girl power” feminism, writes Cassie da Costa.