Amelia (review)

This *Amelia* is a quiet, reflective film, and Earhart is not an icon or a symbol: she’s a human being, and the fantasy comes in how the film depicts her life and her achievements and everything about her not as something a *woman* did but something a *person* did.

caption this! image from ‘Amelia’

Fun for Wednesdays! We look at an image from an upcoming movie and write snarky, witty, or otherwise entertaining captions for it. No prizes, it’s just for fun. Oh man, am I looking foward to this one. Ewan McGregor and Christopher Eccleston? I’d be flying, too: Fox Searchlight tells us about the flick: Amelia stars … more…

trailer break: ‘Amelia’

Take a break from work: watch a trailer… I mentioned the fact that this trailer had debuted in my “The Week in Women” column on Friday, because it’s gonna be (I hope, pretty please) an important film about a woman who hasn’t gotten anywhere near the treatment in movies that she deserves, and probably would … more…