Happy Friday! Well, we’re smack-dab in the middle of Hanukkah (latkes for dinner tonight!) and we’re also in total countdown mode for Christmas, so of course we’re gonna post a goofy holiday video from our favorite hipster couple, Emmy the Great & Tim Wheeler.
As you already know, I am a huge fan of Beyoncé and I am beyond excited about the release of “Yours and Mine,” a retrospective short film that celebrates the one-year anniversary of Queen B’s visual album release last winter.
During the holidays, some incredible films tend to hit the screens. I think “The Theory of Everything” is one of them this year. Two years ago Eddie Redmayne brought tears to my eyes with his role as Marius in “Les Miserables” (I actually bawled throughout most of the movie), and there’s no doubt it won’t happen again in his portrayal of Stephen Hawking.
I’ve been waiting and waiting to see the setting, costumes, and the emotionally inspirational story all tied together since I first watched the trailer in August.
I know, I cried watching the trailer, too…
So if you’re looking for a movie that will definitely pull at your heart, get a pack of tissues ready and go see “The Theory of Everything” out now!
I’d love to know what your thoughts are after you see the movie!
“Have a holly, jolly Christmas,” “chestnuts roasting on an open fire,” “I’m dreaming of a white Christmas”…these are just a few classic lines from the many amazing Christmas songs out there. Christmas music is by far my favorite type of music, in fact, I not only listen to it during the holidays, but all year round! (You guys should know: I’m secretly an elf.)
So here’s a list of my must-have holiday tunes:
“White Christmas” by The Drifters is definitely my favorite. It’s just such a fun twist on a classic Christmas carol that I can’t help but fall in love with it every time I hear it. Hope y’all enjoy this ’50s classic as much as I do!
Happy Friday! Well, sort of. It’s been a rough week out there and it feels a little…disrespectful…to just post a silly dance song without acknowledging that serious things are happening. Alicia Keys just dropped a new video in response to the Michael Brown and Eric Garner rulings, so we’re posting that today instead.
Stay safe, friends. Think before you speak. Be kind. Take care of each other.
Happy Friday! Now that you’ve stuffed yourself with food and gone shopping with your mom, it’s time to do the serious business of the holidays: dancing around in your underwear.
Don’t be shy, Beyonce does it, too. Only, you know, more perfectly than anyone else ever.
WARNING: This song talks about drinking alcohol (which we don’t promote or recommend for anyone under 21 years of age), so if that’s something you object to then you should probably give yourself a break and not watch this video today.
Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re thinking about going to the movies this weekend, and you’re wondering whether you should go see the new “Hunger Games” movie, I am here to help. My school gave students, faculty and staff the opportunity to see an advanced viewing of the movie—and I definitely think you should go see it.
Like the previous two movies, it had everyone at the edge of their seats. I have not read any of the “Hunger Games” books, so I was experiencing the plot line for the first time. Be ready for some surprising twists! Like any other movie that is split into two parts, the cliffhanger ending is unsettling and definitely left me wanting more. I personally enjoyed the movie a lot and would give it a 10/10.
Katnis’ look was simple and understated, natural wavy hair with “barely there” makeup. If any of you are interested in a tutorial about how to get the Katnis look, let me know in the comments.