i just don’t get the appeal of messing with children.
i’m sure it’s about control.
when you’re on the way to stardom,
it’s really sad when you get caught up for your disgusting ways.
jerry harris was on his way to fame by being on the netflix show,
the show has won two emmys thus far.
he was getting invited to talk shows and everything:
and this is the outcome after all of this…
all of the 90s black tv show classics are gonna be back in stock (on this decade’s blockbuster video)
“90s and up” kids understand the joy that was blockbuster video.
friday nights at blockbuster was poppin’.
that’s when you go to rent the newest release that was in the theater.
i use to beg my parents to pick up “such and such” a movie/game.
for those who remember,
there was like 50-11 copies of the new movie and all of them would be gone.
those were some of the best moments of my childhood.
blockbuster is no more (well except one place in the us)…
…but it’s all about streaming movies and tv shows.
no more getting vex by something we want to see not being in stock.
it’s all there at our fingertips,
whether illegally or not.
i woke up from a nap today to see all of my 90s fav black tv shows are coming back…
so i’m late af.
My home-wolf didn’t pay his Netflix bill for over a month
i stopped asking and just watched hulu in the time being.
when he paid it this week,
i said i would finally watch “tiger king“.
so i did it to myself and watched “a fall from grace“,
tyler perry’s new movie on netflix.
i was waiting for reviews,
but i was bored and wanted something to watch.
now i’ll give the good first (spoilers)…
the whole time i watched “killer inside: the mind of aaron hernandez“..
the documentary on netflix about what led to his downfall,
i couldn’t stop looking at one thing…
tyler perry is coming for our streams.
even tho he is exclusive on bet+,
he is on his netflix bag.
thank God because i doubt i’m signing up for bet+.
way too many streaming services.
he has a movie called “a fall from grace” which is headed to netflix.
it stars the amazing crystal fox,
from “haves and have nots“,