video review : Gino Jennings and Mr Vegas debating about Christian women wearing makeup and other fashion accessories

video review : Gino Jennings and Mr Vegas debating about Christian women wearing makeup and other fashion accessories

This Kingston YMCA debate about whether or not The Bible permits women to wear makeup and other fashion accessories doesn’t really get interesting until it drops the formalities. That happens after Mr Vegas does a speech condemning Gino Jennings for referring to said women as “whores”, which he considers sexist. Jennings says he’s been misrepresented but makes it clear that, as far as he’s concerned, The Bible does, in fact, forbid women “walking around looking like Jezebel”.

The underlining premise, that God is real and what The Bible says is true in the first place, makes for a ridiculous argument either way, but Jennings comes across as the obvious winner. That’s partly because it’s his church they’re debating in. He’s also more charismatic. Vegas repeats himself like a retard. The idiot reading for Jennings does the same. “Disputing daily,” he chants with a brain of mush. The debate ends with Vegas being ushered (thrown) out to a round of applause.

my rating : 4 of 5

2018

audio review : Chosen One ( song ) … Future ( featuring Rocko )

This song peaks early with Future’s verse; the style (flow/delivery) of which is as immaculate as the Phantom he’s driving “like a four-wheeler”. Not that new car care matters much when you’re rich enough to have “ten” of them.

The other best part is the Southside beat, specifically its synth orchestration, which gives the song a sheen of ghetto elegance. Its only flaws, in fact, are that Rocko isn’t rapping like Future and “The” is missing from the title.

my rating : 4 of 5

2013

video review : Flawless

video review : Flawless

The news woman is gorgeous, but Laura’s old lady makeup is unconvincing. Those tacky beginning and ending bits should’ve been chipped off. Not that the movie would be Flawless without them; it’s barely good; but it would be better.

The plot spins with feminist undertones around a London Diamond heist, the planning and execution of which provides just enough suspense to keep you interested even as you roll your eyes at the imprudent of the protagonists.

my rating : 4 of 5

2007