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'Coming 2 America': KiKi Layne, Bella Murphy, Nomzamo Mbatha, Garcelle Beauvais and Akiley Love Celebrate the Women of Zamunda

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Zamunda might be King Akeem’s kingdom, but the “Coming to America” wouldn’t be complete without its Queens.
While Shari Headley’s Lisa McDowell captured fans’ attention and Akeem’s (Eddie Murphy) heart with her confidence and headstrong attitude in the 1988 original, “Coming 2 America” boasts a new crop of ladies who are ready to speak their minds and take their rightful place at the center of Zamunda’s legend, including KiKi Layne, Bella Murphy (yes, star Eddie Murphy’s daughter), Akiley Love and Nomzamo Mbatha.

Netflix's feminist movie Moxie is about young people, not by them — and it shows

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One of the most-watched shows on Netflix this week is about teenagers calling out sexism.
Moxie, directed by Amy Poehler of Mean Girls fame, tells the story of shy 16-year-old Vivian, who publishes an anonymous zine criticising sexist behaviour and misogyny at her high school after becoming inspired by her mum's feminist roots.
It's a timely tale that celebrates the power of grassroots activism — and it leaves viewers feeling hopeful that today's girls might just save the world.
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But film and gender experts say the film is far from perfect in its attempt to reflect the concerns of a new generation of activists.

Morning Watch: Declassified Kong: Skull Island Featurette, Chloé Zhao Digs into Nomadland & More – /Film

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In this edition, watch a declassified Kong: Skull Island featurette, listen as Chloé Zhao digs into her Oscar-nominated movie Nomadland, and more.

Moxie Star Lauren Tsai On Why Representation Matters

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“It really affects the way that people see themselves and their own life.”
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On top of giving us a healthy high school romance we actually stan (Seth x Vivian), and inspiring all of us girls to take a stand against sexism and body shaming, Netflix’s
Moxie is reminding us that representation matters.
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Moxie, the ragtag group of aspiring radical feminist teens that band together after reading Vivian’s secret zines, are made up of people from varied backgrounds. 
There’s Vivian (Hadley Robinson), the daughter of a single parent; Lucy (Alycia Pacual-Peña), a Black outspoken rebel with a cause; Kiera (Sydney Park), an aspiring Black star athlete at school; Kaitlyn (Sabrina Haskett), a large-breasted girl who’s sent home from school for wearing a tank top; CJ (Josie Totah), a young transgirl; Meg (Emily Hopper), a girl who’s wheelchair-bound; and Claudia (Lauren Tsai), Vivan’s best friend and a first-generation Chinese-American. 

'Moxie' movie review: Amy Poehler's film is a fierce feminist rant

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Based on Jennifer Mathieu’s eponymous novel, the movie on Netflix does not go for broke, but has its heart in the right place
Vivian (Hadley Robinson) and her best friend Claudia (Lauren Tsai) are back at Rockport High in Oregon for the new term. Everything seems to be the same — the obnoxious rankings, where all the girls in school are graded according to their physical attributes, are out and the incredibly popular captain of the football team Mitchell Wilson (Patrick Schwarzenegger) is being his casually-annoying self. Everything is same that is until new girl Lucy (Alycia Pascual-Peña) asks Vivian, “You know that annoying can be more than just annoying right?”

Moxie Movie: 4 Unexpected Differences Between Netflix Flick vs. Book

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Netflix welcomed another movie on its catalog with the arrival of "Moxie."
On March 3, "Moxie" premiered on the streaming giant and began telling the story of a teenager who calls out sexism at her school.
The series has been smooth-sailing so far, thanks to the ensemble of cast members list which include Hadley Robinson (Vivian), Josephine Langford (Emma Cunningham), Lauren Tsai (Claudia), Patrick Schwarzenegger (Mitchell Wilson), Amy Poehler (Lisa Carter), Ike Barinholtz (Mr. Davies), Marcia Gay Harden (Principal Marlene Shelly), and Clark Gregg (John).
Meanwhile, the official synopsis on the streaming site's YouTube channel says, "Fed up with the sexist and toxic status quo at her high school, a shy 16-year-old finds inspiration from her mother's rebellious past and anonymously publishes a zine that sparks a school-wide, coming-of-rage revolution."

Moxie Stars Lauren Tsai And Hadley Robinson Have The Cutest Friendship

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We chat to the Moxie stars about being IRL and on-screen pals.

How Amazon Primed 'Coming 2 America's' Successful First Weekend

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As New York City cinemas scrambled to reopen across the country, Amazon Prime worked to build buzz in the lead up to “Coming 2 America’s” March 5 release.
Initially scheduled to be theatrically released by Paramount Pictures on Aug. 7, 2020, the highly anticipated sequel to the 1988 classic was pushed back to Dec. 18, 2020. The film was then sold to Amazon who released it on their streaming service on March 4, a day earlier than planned.
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The film sees Eddie Murphy reprise his role as Prince Akeem. As he ascends to the royal throne of Zamunda, he learns he has a son, Lavelle (Jermaine Fowler), living in Queens. Director Craig Brewer reunites much of the original cast and brings in new faces including Kiki Layne as Princess Meeka and Leslie Jones as Mary, Lavelle’s mother.

How 'Coming 2 America' Landed a Megan Thee Stallion Song and Cameos by En Vogue, Salt-N-Pepa and Gladys Knight

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Like the 1988 comedy, “Coming to America,” its sequel 33 years later also features its share of memorable musical moments.
Director Craig Brewer, who worked with Eddie Murphy on “Dolemite Is My Name,” knew how passionate people were about the original and “didn’t want to mess anything up,” he tells
Variety. The director wanted to tackle such universal themes as parenthood and tradition using the film’s soundtrack combined with Jermaine Stegall’s score.

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Available on Netflix since February,
Sisyphus is a Korean sci-fi series that focuses on a time travel story between a genius engineer Han Tae-Sul (Cho Seung-Woo) and his savior from the future Kang Seo-Hae (Park Shin-Hye). Rarely seen by female leads, Seo-Hae exhibits impressive close combat fighting and a variety of shooting skills.
Sisyphus is packed with action and inspiring female empowerment. 
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Based on a young adult detective novel series, the story begins when Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) wakes to find that her mother has disappeared, leaving behind an odd assortment of gifts but no apparent clue as to where she’s gone or why. The predicament leaves Enola under the supervision of her strict older brother who desires to send her off to boarding school for “proper” young ladies. Refusing this fate, Enola escapes and embarks on a journey to London to find her mother, ending up on a thrilling adventure with a new friend.

Josie Totah says making Moxie made her feel less alone

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Moxie. The Amy Poehler-directed movie has a whiz-bang cast of Gen Z up and comers, including Josie Totah, Anjelika Washington, and Sydney Park, who we talked to for the video above. The movie also boasted its own pre-COVID political action day, when producers invited local activist organizations onto set to talk up their causes, generating momentum and support from the cast and crew. It’s a move that fits with the vibe of the film, and one that inspired us to ask Totah, Washington, and Park what their own pet projects are. We also talked about what Totah learned about herself making the movie, Washington’s work with the ACLU, and Park’s “fuck shit up” song choice.

New Movies to Watch This Week: Disney's 'Raya,' Amy Poehler's 'Moxie' and Eddie Murphy's Return

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It’s a very different landscape this week than it was a year ago, just before the pandemic forced cinemas to close around the country. Still, with New York cinemas cautiously reopening this week and many other markets determined to bring moviegoing back, the studios and indie distributors alike are bringing many of their long-delayed releases onto screens, albeit in an entirely new way. 
For contrasting examples, look at how two of the majors are handling what were intended to be family film tentpoles: Paramount decided to bypass theaters entirely with “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run,” using the title to launch its new subscription service, Paramount Plus (audiences can also rent it, at a price of $19.99, for a limited time via PVOD platforms). Disney tested a similar approach with “Mulan” late last summer, and now unveils its latest animated princess movie, “Raya and the Last Dragon” — though that label disguises the many ways in which this one advances the formula — both in theaters and via Disney Plus (where it can be rented for a premium surcharge).

Adele Lim, Kelly Marie Tran and Qui Nguyen Talk the Importance of Representation in 'Raya and the Last Dragon'

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“Crazy Rich Asians” screenwriter Adele Lim never thought in her wildest dreams that she would be part of a Disney animated feature, let alone one that is set in Southeast Asia.
But Disney’s newest tale, “Raya and the Last Dragon” (now streaming on Disney Plus), delivers its first Southeast Asian princess, Raya, a warrior who sets out across the mythical realm of Kumandra as she seeks out the last dragon.

'Moxie' director Amy Poehler talks lessons learned in Hollywood: 'I put up with a lot less'

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In 'Moxie,' Amy Poehler plays a mom to a teen fed up with school sexism. In real life, she's "unlearning" what she thought she knew about activism.

From Novel To Netflix: Houston Writer Jennifer Mathieu On The Film Debut Of "Moxie" And The Power Of Rebel Girls – Houston Public Media

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Did they go through anger, angst, protest?
One shy 16-year uncovers just that in the book "Moxie," and it changes her world.
Fed up with the sexist status quo at her high school, Vivian finds inspiration from her mother's rebellious past and publishes a zine that sparks a school-wide movement.
"Moxie" is the highly anticipated Netflix movie, directed by and starring Amy Poehler.
The movie is out today, and it's based on the popular young adult novel by Houstonian Jennifer Mathieu.
The author and hometown hero joins us today to talk about the making of the movie and her journey as a writer.

Review: Gen Z Discovers the Riot Grrrl Movement in Amy Poehler's Moxie

It's refreshing to see a teen coming of age film directly tackle political issues and feminist awakening.

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Pacific Rim: The Black
After Kaiju ravages Australia, two siblings pilot a Jaeger to search for their parents, encountering new creatures, seedy characters and chance allies. This anime series is a must-watch for fans of the
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City of Ghosts
This animated/live-action family series follows a group of kids as they interview ghosts, solve problems and learn about Los Angeles history.
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Pokémon Journeys: The Series: Part 4
You know the drill: Ash and company travel the world, pokeballs in tow, encountering all sorts of Pokémon in the final chapter of this animated series.
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Transferred home after a traumatizing combat mission, a highly trained French soldier uses her lethal skills to hunt down the man who hurt her sister in this international thriller.

Review: Amy Poehler's Netflix dramedy Moxie peels the onion of high school

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Starring Hadley Robinson, Lauren Tsai and Amy Poehler
Classification PG; 111 mins
I’ve been dreading talking to my kids about high school. I have some great memories. I also have loads – and I do mean loads – of not-so-fond remembrances. Actually, they are more like events seared into the deep recesses of my brain, which occasionally pop into my head, leaving me speechless at my own spectacular stupidity for several minutes.
Moxie, then, gives me a way to eventually talk to my pre-teen daughter and son about what lies ahead. When the trailer first dropped

Amy Poehler on Moxie and the power of female rage

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Moxie, Bikini Kill’s “Rebel Girl” is used as a rallying cry for today’s tormented teen girls today, admonishing them to rise up against their high school oppressors and resist whatever bullshit society is already laying on them. It’s a perfect choice, and one that director Amy Poehler tells us came with Bikini Kill frontwoman Kathleen Hanna’s explicit blessing.
Poehler’s genuine love for Hanna is clear in the video above, which also finds the
SNL vet expounding on the value of female rage, and
Moxie stars Lauren Tsai and Hadley Robinson talking about their favorite “smash shit up” songs.

Moxie Invokes Fierce, Riot Grrrl Spirit, Only to End in a Noncommittal Group Hug

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Amy Poehler directs and stars in a new Netflix movie about a teen becoming radicalized—to a point—in the tradition of her one-time riot grrrl mom

Moxie review: Amy Poehler's corny riot grrrl nostalgia trip

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Moxie seems designed for the same Gen Z audience as Olivia Wilde’s 2019 film.
Designed for, not created by, mind you:
Moxie has the air of a hipster parent playing their record collection for an indifferent adolescent, asking, “Doesn’t this slap?” It tries, but the dialogue in the film is cringeworthy, particularly when it incorporates AAVE slang. (It’s smart enough not to put “Get the bag, sis” or “That’s fire” in the mouths of its white characters, to be fair.) Learning from the mistakes of the riot grrrl movement,
Moxie does incorporate intersectionality into its feminism—in fact, one of the film’s most valuable messages is that the best thing an ally can do is step aside and let marginalized people speak for themselves. But you can still tell a couple well-meaning white ladies wrote the script.

Review: Amy Poehler's 'Moxie' lacks the very courage it champions

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“If you keep your head down, he’ll move on and bother somebody else,” 16-year-old Vivian advises the new girl at school who has been bullied by a particularly odious classmate. “Thanks for the advice,” comes the response, “but I’m going to keep my head up. High.” That brief exchange is enough to ignite Vivian’s feminist awakening in “Moxie,” a sincere if ultimately empty coming-of-ager ...

What to Watch in March: 'Godzilla vs. Kong,' New MCU Series and Prince Akeem Returns to America


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From blockbuster superhero releases, to a sequel 33 years in the making, here are the best movies and TV shows to stream this March
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The first two months of 2021 have brought no shortage of compelling, even great, movies and TV series but in March we’re getting some full-on events. A big, new animated Disney movie! Eddie Murphy returns to one of his most famous roles! Godzilla fights King Kong! Zack Snyder fights the limitations of a theatrical running time! It’s madness in the month of March! (If only there was some kind of pithy phrase that could be used to describe such a thing).

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