Taraji P. Henson gets mad, Andie MacDowell gets sad, Edie Falco gets activist, Toni Collette does a science, and more…
A charming delight in a retro timeslip. Gillian Robespierre and Jenny Slate continue their rampage of creating wonderfully, memorably flawed women onscreen.
This deeply satisfying military drama demonstrates that a simple, even familiar story can be powerfully effective when told with big heart and solid craft.
Hollywood simply doesn’t think that sane women can be interesting… because, “clearly,” ordinary sane women are shallow, narcissictic idiots concerned with nothing more than snagging a husband. What’s interesting about that?