quvenzhane wallis annie

“I don’t think Princess Tiana deserves to be in the same league as the rest of the Disney Princesses”

“T’challa was selfish in CACW”

“Finn isn’t a Jedi!”

“Iris West CAN”T be black!”

“Cyborg doesn’t deserve his own movie!”

“Why did they cast Quvenzhane Wallis as Annie?”

“Luke Cage doesn’t have any white people in it!”

“Why is everyone in the Wiz black?”


Annie 2014 is getting a lot of backlash and criticism but the only thing that  really matters is little girls loved it and the clothing line is almost nonexistent(sold out) at Target……..speaks volumes


At just 11 years old, Quvenzhané Wallis has already starred in 3 major motion pictures, is the youngest person ever to receive an Oscar nomination for best actress, and is the first Black child to receive an Oscar nomination. Now, after leading a remake of the classic story of “Annie”, she has been nominated for a Golden Globe for best actress. Her quote comes from an interview in which the interviewer insisted on calling her Annie because her name was “too difficult” to pronounce. 

Quvenzhané (2014), gouache on fabriano paper


72nd Golden Globe Awards

Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical

  • Amy Adams - Big Eyes
  • Emily Blunt - Into the Woods
  • Helen Mirren -  The Hundred-Foot Journey
  • Julianne Moore - Maps to the Stars
  • Quvenzhané Wallis - Annie
So, I saw the new Annie film a few days ago...

…And I must say that I have absolutely no clue why the critics are complaining so much about this movie.

It’s a good movie.

Quvenzhane Wallis was endearing as Annie, as was Jaime Foxx as Mr. Stacks; the music was lovely; and the story fit with the “Orphan Annie” mythos while simultaneously adding more modern elements to it. 

I mean, does it have some problems? Sure–but it most definitely isn’t the wreck that critics have been claiming it to be. It’s a cute family film and I recommend it to all my followers.