Amber Buggs

Picking Up by Robin Nagle

How much time do you think about your trash? The garbage you put out on the street, the trash you throw into city wastebaskets, and (sadly) for some of you out there, the trash that you litter on the street. Not much right? We only really seem to think about it when it’s negatively affecting […]

Teen Wolf is Back!

The title of MTV’s hit show Teen Wolf is embarrassing. As was the cover photo that Netflix chose, before they removed the show from their libraries (much to the dismay of fans if the comment section is indicative of anything). Last year when I first tried to watch Teen Wolf both the title and the […]

Hostages: CBS’ Newest Thriller?

For the past few months I have not been able to get through one CBS show or walk down the street without seeing an advertisement on a bus or subway encouraging me to check out CBS’ “new thriller” Hostages. While I trust Toni Collette to flawlessly embody a character and personally believe we could all […]

Lee Daniels’ The Butler

I was born two decades after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. I was born a biracial female: Black and Mexican. In preschool one of my best friends was Latina and my other best friend was half Asian-American and half White. My first boyfriend was Armenian. I have never known a world in which I […]

Man of Steel

When I was growing up people would constantly compare Batman and Superman when discussing superheroes: Who’s the best? Who would win if they had a face-off? Who’s ultimately more cool? Since I love heroes who have a bit of darkness within them and have to challenge themselves (in meaningful ways) to overcome their darkness and […]

The Glitz…The Glamour…The Great Gatsby!

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby was one of my favorite novels in high school. As a fourteen-year-old hopeless romantic, I remember feeling an overwhelming sense of awe for the figure of Gatsby– a man so in love with a woman that he created an entire persona and empire to be near that woman…to finally […]

Olympus Has Fallen = A Must See

I’m not sure what rock I was successfully living under during the month of March but somehow Olympus Has Fallen¬†completely snuck past my radar. It was not until I was catching up on some of the shows recorded on my DVR that I saw a preview for this film. What I saw was so riveting […]

Red Widow: The Next ABC “It” Show?

So I admit, I don’t watch ABC’s drama packed shows, Revenge or Scandal. But from what I can gather through sneak peeks, previews, and just the word on the street ;-), Red Widow seems like it could quite possibly become this network’s next must watch show. Red Widow‘s premiere last Sunday (3/3) has me excited […]

Silver Linings Playbook

There are some films that make you feel good for reasons you can’t explain. They’re the types of films that you watch and have an array ¬†of conflicting emotions throughout. You laugh out loud, you cringe, you shift in discomfort, you smirk. And at the end of the movie, the lights come back on, you […]

Captivating Hot Messes: Bad Girls Club – Mexico

Some days there seems to be nothing to watch on TV. Whether you have 10 channels or 200 there inevitably comes a day when you’re flipping through for something to watch and absolutely nothing seems appealing. These are the days when you really just don’t feel like watching Top Gun for the 42nd time and […]