‘The Half of It”s Biggest Triumphs Are In The Little Things

"The touches of Chinese culture woven throughout the film, such as dumpling-making or the (very understandable) excitement over Yakult, were soft and organic"

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Best of the 2010s: Movies

Welcome to NerdyPoC's Best of the 2010s series!  It's been an eventful decade for media, entertainment and pop culture. Throughout December, we'll be presenting our lists of favourites from the last ten years in a bunch of areas—TV, video games, books, music, pop culture moments and more!  Our Best of the 2010s series kicks off…

School of Rock: An Underrated Attempt at Inclusivity

Sixteen years ago, a movie about Jack Black teaching sheltered, overprotected prep school children how to rock 'n' roll premiered in theaters. School of Rock went on to become the highest-grossing music-themed comedy of all time—until 2015 when it was overtaken by Pitch Perfect 2. It also spawned a TV series, a Broadway musical, and…

Malcolm D. Lee’s Pitch “The Spoils” Finds Home at Loinsgate

Lionsgate has secured an action-comedy film titled "The Spoils" that was pitched by director-producer, Malcolm D. Lee, Deadline reports. The film's production will take place through Lee's own company, Blackmaled Productions. The plot is centralized around a group of immigrants who conduct a heist to recover their countries' stolen artifacts from a London museum and…