Rants and Raves
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Rants and Raves

Terrorism, Misogyny, Racism, Sabotage, Stigma, and “Glitter”

Image from Mariah Carey’s Twitter Profile when she celebrated the album

Twenty years ago, music superstar Mariah Carey released her film debut Glitter. The film and its soundtrack were a critical and commercial failure that nearly derailed her career. But how much of the fallout from Glitter was really about how bad the film and soundtrack were and how much was about the confluence of societal forces and circumstances that included the 9/11 terrorist

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Richard

Richard

Passionate cinephile. Music lover. Classic TV junkie. Awards season blogger. History buff. Avid traveler. Mental health and social justice advocate.

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