The Valet has a little bit of everything—gentrification, family dynamics, love and heartbreak, friendship, grief, and relatable Latinx humor.
From the reality of the American dream to mother-daughter relationships and generational trauma, tapping into different versions of yourself to examining the people we love and what they teach us—’Everything Everywhere All At Once’ will break you open and show you how beautiful chaos can be.
After watching “Turning Red,” I realized therapy has helped me extend grace to Mei-Mei-adjacent, boy-band-obsessed thirteen-year-old me.
While I’d recommend ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ for the aesthetic, it’s the exploration of relationship dynamics that really hits the mark.
The women behind Hulu’s “Fresh,” make art out of the horrors of online dating. I just wish the reality was further from the nightmare.
To prepare for JLo’s new movie, Marry Me, I went into the JLo vault and rewatched some of my favorite movies of hers. My movie marathon made me realize how much these films shaped my career path and how much JLo inspired me to be a boss-ass woman.
If you’re in the mood for love, I put together my favorite Netflix rom-coms that give belly laughs, heartfelt moments, and at least one great twist.
A play-within-a-play, ‘Station Eleven’ uses theater so beautifully as a way to heal the ongoing trauma everyone continues to experience within the pandemic.
While grief is its jumping off point, ‘Mixtape’ will put a smile on your face. Soon your favorite songs will rise up to wrap you in a nostalgia blanket.
Diving into Latinx family dynamics, this show explores how our relationship with family influences our relationships outside of that loyal bubble.