It appears that Netflix does not display the customer ratings for movie suggestions anymore.
I have decided to revive the review portion of this blog as a public service. I have begun and stopped so many movies in Netflix. They are either too gun happy, war-happy, murder-happy. I watch Netflix movies so that you do not have to.
Please take a look of my review of First Match, a Netflix original movie .
I ran across this video over at Women of High Standard. In the clip First Lady Michelle Obama briefly addresses the "angry black woman," image that opponents have tried to portray her as.
Any image of FLOTUS Michelle Obama that I see, she is always poised and professional. What has she done that could be described as "angry."
I think images are powerful and one reason I had to stop watching the Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Why is it in the age of Michelle Obama, the country has seemed to rally around the RHOA breakout start, Nene Leakes?
I think it is unfair to point out Leakes as a representative of all black women but, again, images are powerful.
Nene Leakes' character on the show is the angry black woman stereotype and to a smaller degree so is Sheree Whitfield's on air persona. I say "on air persona" and "character" because reality tv is not, in fact, real. Who in real life has producers prompting drama and cameras filming their every move?
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