Dwayne Johnson’s Newest Will Leave Audiences in a Rampage

1.5 out 5 stars (one of the worst I’ve seen this year) Rampage is one of the most bizarrely terrible movies I’ve seen this year.  Taking its “story” from the always successful-source of a video game, this film collapses on impact due to insultingly underdeveloped characters, less-than-half-baked ideas, and a cast full of people who look either confused or bored throughout (excluding an appropriately hammy Continue Reading

The Black Business Mixer from the View of a Millennial

This article originally appeared on https://theboldopinion.com/ on April 15, 2018 The business world is a hard place to break into for millennials.  I always questioned how new or smaller businesses were supposed to get their foot in the door with so many big companies in place.  Imagine my surprise upon attending the Black Business Mixer Atlanta, a bi-monthly get-together of new and burgeoning businesses meet and Continue Reading

Gun Control: Mental Health is Real

This article was originally published on www.theboldopinion.com on March 10, 2018. School shootings are becoming more and more common.  Lives are lost, tears are shed, and the media is left repeating the same phrases: that the event is a tragedy; it should have been avoided, thoughts and prayers, etc.  Many media outlets blame the NRA, with some even suggesting the second amendment be abolished (which would cause Continue Reading

The Portrayal of Suicide in Media Needs to Change

This article was originally published on www.theboldopinion.com on April 2, 2018. Warning: This article contains discussion of suicide spoilers for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and 13 Reasons Why.  If you or someone you love is experiencing suicidal ideations, please call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. The 2010s should be a decade to remember.  Now more than ever, media outlets are tackling hot-button Continue Reading

Ready Player One: Spielberg’s Ode To Pop Culture is Visually Stunning, But Overlong

3 out of 5 stars (average) Ready Player One is one of the most visually inventive movies I have ever seen.  Director Steven Spielberg has created some of the most gorgeous environments ever put to film, and should definitely gain some Oscar buzz next year.  Add in enough pop culture references to fill up 3 months of trivia nights, and you have a visually immersive experience so impressive that you might Continue Reading