September Movie/TV Wrap Up


Mrs. America – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Hollywood – ⭐️⭐️
Insecure – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5
Woke – ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5

Check out my post here that goes in-depth on my thoughts on Mrs. America and Hollywood. I really enjoyed the four seasons of Insecure—I totally get the hype. Issa Rae is a really talented black woman—creator, writer, actor, producer. She is going to have a long and successful career. Aesthetically, Woke was really cool and fun to watch. I would be interested to see where it goes if it gets a second season—shoutout to Lamorne Morris and Sasheer Zamata!


Unpregnant – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5
Chemical Hearts –
The King of Staten Island –
Misery –
Enola Holmes –

Of course, once I heard about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, I had to finally watch the documentary made about her in 2018. She was such an incredible and resilient woman and I highly recommend this doc to learn more about her life. This was my first time seeing Millie Bobby Brown in something other than Stranger Things and she was delightful! The whole movie was a lot of fun. I’m not going to say I loved Henry Cavil’s Sherlock Holmes was my favorite, but he was pretty to look at? Chemical Hearts was pretty disappointing in regards to staying truthful to the book, but I think the two main actors did a great job with what they were given. Before my sister left to go back to California, we watched Misery together. It was one of those movies that I know through pop culture, but had never seen it. Kathy Bates played a great psycho and it’s funny how this movie can actually be relevant in current times within fandom culture. This is one instance when a remake would actually make sense. Fun fact: my mom was friends with Kathy Bates’s then husband and got to see her Oscar when she was at their house once.


  1. Omg I didn’t realize they made Unpregnant into a movie! I read the book and absolutely loved it! It was hilarious

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    1. Now I’m pumped to read the book!

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      1. It’s a really fun and fast read. I highly recommend it. I didn’t think that a book about abortion could be funny, but it really was!


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