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Why I Love... #91: Damsels In Distress

Year: 2011

Director: Whit Stillman

Stars: Greta Gerwig, Analeigh Tipton, Megalyn Echikunwoke

With the arrival of Greta Gerwig’s celebrated directorial debut Lady Bird on UK shores (after what feels like an eternity of waiting), it felt like the perfect time to reflect on one of her sparkling earlier roles in front of the camera. 1,067 more words



Megalyn Ann Echikunwoke was born May 28, 1983 in Spokane, Washington. Her father was Nigerian and her mother is of English and Scots-Irish descent. Her last name, “Echikunwoke”, means “leader of men” and Megalyn is the granddaughter of a Nigerian tribal leader of the Igbo, which technically makes her African royalty. 752 more words


Netflix Review: Step Sisters

Jamilah (Megalyn Echikunwoke) is on the right track to getting a place at Harvard Law School. She is the President of her sorority Theta Chi Phi, captain of their Step team and works closely with the college Dean. 380 more words

Film Review

Step Sisters

(spoiler free)

“Step Sisters is a 2018 dance comedy film directed by Charles Stone III. It stars Megalyn Echikunwoke as a black sorority girl who agrees to teach the art of Greek stepping to a house of party-obsessed white sorority sisters” 1,235 more words


Netflix Original: Step Sisters (2018) **REVIEW**

If you ever seen ‘Pitch Perfect’ or ‘Drumline’ and loved it then you would love ‘Step Sisters’. Same creators who wrote and directed ‘Pitch Perfect’ and ‘Drumline’ created ‘Step Sisters’ and this one surprised me in  good way. 479 more words


REVIEW: Step Sisters (2018)

The following is a review of Step Sisters — Directed by Charles Stone III.

Step Sisters is a dance comedy film about an African-American college student, Jamilah (played by Megalyn Echikunwoke), who wants so desperately to go to Harvard. 610 more words


Step Sisters #Netflix #Review

Step Sisters is a Netflix original comedy movie about a sorority in despair that needs a little help from their sisters.

I did not know what to expect out of this movie, but it didn’t disappoint, along the lines of  230 more words