Tag Archives: Feminism

Election Day is here at last, and as our team shared our respective selections for this month, it came as no surprise to discover we’ve been drawn to themes of accountability, female empowerment and cosmic justice—all things we here at BTB hope the majority of our fellow Americans likewise supports as the ballots pour in. […]

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What GIRLS TRIP Does Right (Hint: It’s A Lot!)

October 27th, 2020

Malcolm D. Lee’s GIRLS TRIP is one of my favorite movies of all time. I could watch it on an endless loop and still never get tired of it. Four college best friends go to the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans and share memories that will last a lifetime? I’m there in a heartbeat. […]

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Why Rom-Coms Matter

October 13th, 2020

Tamar Jeffers McDonald, author of Romantic Comedy: Boy Meets Girl, aptly defines any entry of the romantic comedy genre as “a film, which has as its central narrative motor a quest for love, which portrays this quest in a lighthearted way and almost always to successful conclusion.” I urge us to do the same. Otherwise, […]

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