Our most honored films are Roma (five awards), The Favourite (four awards), and Can You Ever Forgive Me? (three awards).
Julie Cohen and Betsy West direct a documentary biography of Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, among a slew of other very limited releases.
Charlize Theron cannot cope with her newborn; Amy Schumer cannot believe her “new” body; and more…
A movie unlike any we’ve seen before, one deeply, intimately sympathetic to modern motherhood — to modern womanhood. Brilliantly wise and funny, and profoundly moving.
The female protagonist is a mother, a girlfriend, and an ex-wife, but her life is not defined by her relationships to men and children.
There’s some good stuff here, like the prickly relationships between women at odds with one another, but too much feels too contrived to fully satisfy.
Diablo Cody has a new movie… but you’d hardly know it was her work, for all the bite it lacks.
Is it gory? Sure. This is one of the most disgusting movies I’ve ever seen, grading strictly on a scale of blood and guts and viscera. But terrifying? Hardly.
The girl you hated in high school? Of course this is written by Diablo Cody.
obsession: Doctor Who (the old standby; my love for it never really fades) boyfriend: Paul Gross in Due South, which I’m finally catching up with 15 years later (it’s a very goofy show, but he is so delicious — and now I learn he’s playing the Devil in Eastwick… yum!) psyched: Where the Wild Things … more…