Nappily Ever After Review


Braxton Berry

Opinions Editor


Nappily Ever After is a romantic comedy with an immaculate understanding of black womanhood and the relationship between confidence, self-esteem, success, and how it all stems from hair—in black culture.

It objectively has most of the important ingredients for a great romantic comedy; and creating a modern romantic comedy – one that incorporates the clashing class dynamics and physical comedy – with a sincere interest in putting black woman’s life at the center is admirable.

However, with all the laughs and cries; this movie does not fail to discuss the deep-rooted love hate relationship of what hair represents within the black community. Check it out and join the conversation.

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