A lovely movie that warmly embraces a wide(ish) range of girls-and-women-as-people, one that doesn’t reduce its large heroine — the amazing Danielle Macdonald — to nothing more than her size. This should not feel so damn radical, but it is.
Moonlight leads, with seven awards…
It’s not funny, only its villains speak truth, and its putative heroes are now the horrible bosses… though the movie doesn’t seem to realize that.
Low-key black comedy and sporadic horror lazily pop up among the crime drama, but never enough of either to score many zings.
Have you been paying attention to what the movies have been saying — what the movies have really been saying — all summer? Here’s a refresher.
Reason No. 34,075 to legalize drugs: it would eliminate painfully unfunny comedies like this one. Comedy shouldn’t make you pity the comedians.
Before you watch the redband trailer, can you guess what extra bits to be found there will be deemed too naughty for tender eyes and ears?
When are “lovable” movie losers even more (allegedly) lovable? When they’re all foreign and arthousey, of course!
Shockingly, this trailer does not make me want to slit my wrists…
Yesterday’s QOTD was about a feminist net positive: the most kickass female action character of 2011. Today, we go the other way…