‘Funny Girl’ Film Review: The Story of Barbra Streisand & Every Female Oscar Winner

The 1968 musical rom-com was technically an ode to Fanny Brice, one of the most popular singer-comedienne during the 1930s just before World War 1 broke out. Albeit successful in reiterating Brice’s career and marriage, Funny Girl was highly sanitized. Barbra Streisand as Fanny Brice was funny, heartwarming, and witty, but was nonetheless contrived. The real Fanny Brice was more audacious and anarchic. Her marriage … Continue reading ‘Funny Girl’ Film Review: The Story of Barbra Streisand & Every Female Oscar Winner

COVID-19 and Hollywood, Plus Local Guidelines

The world’s current Covid-19 pandemic has lost many lives, but most of all, at least in my country, the level of inequality and the government’s priority is finally exhibited first-hand after its long concealment. During the first stages of the pandemic, the fewer rich and middle class weren’t worried; eventually, we knew that it was more than that. The pandemic chooses no one. Everyone, no … Continue reading COVID-19 and Hollywood, Plus Local Guidelines