Written by: J. Logan
Netflix Addict here, back again with yet another review. Last month Netflix released the original film Step Sisters. I will admit, initially I scrolled past the film whenever is crossed my eyes. I finally decided to watch it, and the one thing I can say is that the comedy aspect of the film was definitely on point.
The film follows Westcott student Jamilah (Megalyn Echikunwoke) , after she hits a speed bump in her pursuits to get accepted to Harvard Law, she's given and opportunity that may help her. She is given the challenge of teaching the girls of a hard-partying sorority to step. For those who may not know what the art of stepping is all about take a look a this clip from the fine ladies of Delta Sigma Theta.
The major conflict within the film was that Jamilah was teaching a white sorority how to step. Within the film, it sparked so much controversy in Jamilah's life. This at one point was also a hot button issue in real life, and may still be. The problem the film portrays may very well be an issue within the Greek society. I challenge you all to watch the film yourselves and tell me your personal thoughts on the issue, or just your personal thoughts in general on the topic.