In her new documentary, famous pop star and actress Selena Gomez invites us into her complicated mind in Selena Gomez : My Mind & Me. The mental health advocate’s journey is truthful, raw, and inspiring.
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“After years in the limelight, Selena Gomez achieves unimaginable stardom. But just as she reaches a new peak, an unexpected turn pulls her into darkness.”
by Kevin Muller
Parody is truly an art form. Mel Brooks, who did “Space Balls”, “History of the World: part 1,” and many others are that deemed classic, and David Zucker, who directed the hilarious “The Naked Gun” series, were masters of making the silly seem easy. Though it may appear that way, it is anything but simple. When it doesn’t work, it just fails horribly and isn’t even in the slightest bit funny or have any redeeming qualities. Over the last ten years, many parodies have been released and have been forgotten. Those specific movies fail to hit the balance correctly and just come off as plain idiotic, but not in a good way. How does the musical comedy group ‘The Lonely Island” do in this genre?