The Year of our Lord 2019 is almost over, and apparently, this still needs to be said. Women of color are not interchangeable. Now, of course, the problem of bad representation is big, and there are many facets to it. I don’t mean to go into all of them –Read More →

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Fandom. It’s defined as, “the fans of a particular person, team, fictional series, etc. regarded collectively as a community or subculture.” For us it is a way of life. Over the past decade, we’ve been lucky to be a part of many fandoms. But which one was the most influential?Read More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

I have a hard time believing that Chris Hemsworth didn’t know what a thirst trap was because his Instagram is one huge thirst trap. Like the kind where you either need a stock of batteries or a cold shower. That man is one sexy specimen which makes me reconsider myRead More →

We all have people we admire. Those who show the strength, determination and resilience of the human spirit. Those who strive to make a difference, who speak out against inequality, and refused to be silenced. The world needs more people like this, and while there are plenty to choose fromRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

If you’re a fan of Will Smith, chances are he’s made you cry. Here at Fangirlish we love Will Smith, and are not afraid to admit he has given us some major waterworks over the years.  Whether it was on TV or the big screen, we have shed a lotRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

With A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood coming out this week, I have been thinking a lot about Mister Rogers. I know that as a grown adult that kind of sounds ridiculous. Why? Because it was so long ago. But one thing I have learned getting older, is that theRead More →

Apple TV’s Dickinson, starring Hailee Steinfeld, is the parody retelling of Emily Dickinson’s life that you didn’t know you needed in your life. Hell, I didn’t know I needed it, and here I am ready and willing to experience season 2. So, from the humor to the relatable and outlandishRead More →

She disappeared, and everybody is looking for her. But where did she go?  Where Did You Go, Bernadette? by Richard Linklater tells the story of Bernadette Fox (Cate Blanchett). Narrated by her daughter Bee (Emma Nelson), the audience joins all the characters for a journey, one that is not only literalRead More →

It was November 7, 1980-something. For some, those words won’t mean a damn thing. But for those that watch ABC’s The Goldbergs, those words bring back memories. If you’re looking for a comedy — and I’m talking about a really good comedy — then The Goldbergs is the show for you. Based on theRead More →

Terminator: Dark Fate is the true sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day. The Terminator franchise has launched three films prior to Dark Fate that all failed for one reason or another: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator: Salvation, and Terminator: Genisys. Two out of those three had Arnold SchwarzeneggerRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →