Queen Lattifah says “I was exhausted, frankly, after a day’s work of being Bessie. She had a husband, a boyfriend and a girlfriend. She was fighting and singing. That’s a lot of woman.”
Airing this Friday on PBS, this documentary explores the essence of art with astounding camerawork and historical accuracy in a new Ric Burns film. We talk to one of the dancers and include a snippet of the program.
Liars: DIRECTV has been misleading consumers even as they claimed to be offering them a great deal.
Big changes will soon change broadcast TV as we have known it, perhaps even end the end the stranglehold that cable and satellite operators have had on what we watch as “over the top” streaming gains a foothold with viewers.
Star Terrence Howard says: “I’m glad I can show the African‑American community this is what you are doing to your son. This is what you are doing to your nephew. This is what you’re doing to your cousin or the kid down the street.”
Madalena won’t have sex with Galavant despite his love for her, which leads to no end of single entendre jokes, most of which are too silly for adults and too blatant to sail innocently over the children’s heads.
Nothing like dueling opinions and film clips to illustrate the controversy over NBC’s Peter Pan which is already slated for rebroadcast.