Perverse. Completely perverse. And completely seductive. Do I love it, or is it evil? Is it a wrong thing if it’s both?
The Gift takes the disgusting trope of hurting a woman to make a man feel something to a vile new low… one that reveals its ignorance about women.
I’m inviting female filmmakers to share their projects with my readers… [This post is not behind the paywall.]
I am looking at you, Game of Thrones. (But not you alone.)
Why is the U.S. marketing for Survivor pretending that Milla Jovovich is not the protagonist of the film?
How giving a familiar romance a genre spin makes it much, much worse than it would have been without it.
The answer is ridiculously obvious, in fact…
Girls and women love movies just as much as boys and men do. But it’s a love that gets thrown back in our faces by 95 percent of films.
Update! The just-wrapped London Film Festival has inspired me to expand my list.
I’m mystified that some people are upset by how Snowpiercer ends. Because anything else than what we get would be a tragedy on every level.
Um, why are you asking me? I’m not a cosplayer. You should be asking cosplayers. But since you insist, I’ll make a few guesses…
It’s pretty goddamn clear that the “magic bullet” is this: Hire more women.
We need to talk about Llewyn Davis. Cuz there’s a thing that no one else has been talking about when trying to interpret this film…
Star Wars is stuck “a long time ago”: in a 1950s mindset that was already outmoded when the first film was released in 1977.
These films act like what it means to be a woman is purely about sex and bodies, purely about interacting with men in no other way than a sexual one.
It requires an extra suspension of disbelief beyond what men have to engage in…