That time I tried to write a script about skin color

In 2006, I tried writing a script for the first time and the following is what I came up with: SKIN An original script by Dangerous Lee July 2006 Draft 1. BLACK SCREEN: Sound of baby crying. 2. INT: Hospital Delivery Room A beautiful black baby is born and crying. The doctor and nurses are all in shock. We then Read More …

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5 Reasons You Didn’t See Spike Lee’s Film – Oldboy

You’ve never heard of it. When I saw it there were only three other people in the theater! You didn’t know Spike Lee was the director or you did know and didn’t give a shit. You didn’t see Spike Lee’s interview with Oprah. Had you seen it there’s a possibility that you would of been interested. It’s what got me Read More …

Walt Disney Was A Racist, Sexist, Asshole!

So, there’s this corny-looking movie about Walt Disney creating the Mary Poppins film called Saving Mr. Banks starring Tom Hanks as Disney coming out December 20th and I remember that there has been talk that Mr. Disney was racist among other not so nice things. I took to Google and found the video below featuring interviews with people who have Read More …

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Spotlight: Cindy Chu

Name and occupation: Cindy Chu—Actress  What do you love most about being of Asian Heritage? I love that I come from such a deep culture and that my parents raised us to appreciate our roots while still allowing us to branch out into our birth country, the USA.  Our family has a lot of history behind us, including being related Read More …

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Spotlight: Lily Mariye

Name and occupation: Lily Mariye – Writer/Director/Actor What do you love most about being of Asian Heritage? I like the knowledge of knowing exactly where I’m from. I like the sense of community, the pride of watching other Asian Americans break through the glass ceilings of their professions, whether they be basketball or television directing. Tell us an interesting Asian Read More …

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Spotlight: Michael Soon Lee

  Name and occupation:  Michael Soon Lee, MBA, CSP – Professional Speaker & Business Consultant Former motion picture actor with such stars as Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn, Robby Benson and Clint Eastwood.  Former Dean of the School of Management at John F. Kennedy University. Author of seven books including, “Cross-Cultural Selling for Dummies” and “Black Belt Negotiating”. What do you Read More …

Movie Review: Melancholia

Melancholia first came across my radar because of the hoopla surrounding Kirsten Dunst appearing nude in the film. I believe that was a ploy to get people interested in this under the radar film, but the plot is what interested me most. The first time I watched Melancholia the beginning slow motion sequence bored me to death, but as the movie Read More …

Irish-American Heritage Month Spotlight: Peter McAlevey

Name and occupation: Peter McAlevey, Motion Picture Producer and former correspondent for Newsweek What do you love most about being of Irish heritage? Being born a Catholic…and a Democrat! Can you tell us any interesting Irish history facts? 1.)    In Gaelic (both the Irish and Scottish versions) the “Mick” prefix means “son of.” Just as in Sweden, say, Swenson means Read More …

Movie Review: Tower Heist

It wasn’t funny at all. Hated how the all star cast played off of one another. Hated the plot. Hated that Eddie Murphy sounds like The Donkey from Shrek throughout the entire film. Please do not say, “Of course he sounds like The Donkey. The Donkey is Eddie Murphy.” Watch an Eddie Murphy film prior to Shrek and listen to his Read More …