Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett plan a heist, Diane Kruger plots revenge, and more…
Does every wide release in North America this week feature a female protagonist or female ensemble? Wow.
Two tiny releases — both about women but both written and directed by men — are all that’s new on offer this week for anyone looking for women’s stories.
A lovely, gentle geek adventure that appreciates the importance of fandom as a source of inspiration and comfort, with a subtle and resolutely unsentimental performance by Dakota Fanning as an autistic fan.
A slow burn mystery in which the secrets aren’t so much about the crimes it explores but truths of women’s emotional lives that are too often ignored.
An almost complete waste of a talented cast, and all to, apparently, convince teenaged girls that sex isn’t worth the hassle. Say what?
Kelly Reichardt cements her reputation as one of the most provocative American indie filmmakers with this quiet, tense thriller of morality and motive.
I’m hyperventilating from the array of overwhelming movie awesomeness before me.
My picks: Saoirse Ronan and Daniel Radcliffe…
Why does Dakota Fanning get to really live onscreen here in a way that Teh Movies don’t usually allow girls to do? Because she’s dying.