A bigger misfire than its predecessor, and a waste of a great cast. Unsupportably overlong, with a feel-good self-care denouement that’s almost dangerous. The only terrifying thing here is the tedium.
Andrea Berloff writes and directs The Kitchen, starring Elisabeth Moss, Melissa McCarthy, and Tiffany Haddish; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
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A lazy treadmill of a sci-fi morality play that wastes a terrific cast. A numbingly dull game of mutant checkers that has no idea how to tell a woman’s story except filtered through the eyes of men.
Ruth Wilson claims her family farm; Jessica Chastain heads west; Léa Drucker battles her husband; more…
Jessica Chastain and Maggie Q. get centered in their own stories, while Michelle Williams is this week’s Best Supporting Mother.
Molly’s Game goes wide, and a few foreign films about women arrive (in limited release) on US shores.
Bold, tough, hugely entertaining. Like a new GoodFellas, except about a woman caught up in her own impudence and daring. Jessica Chastain is badass.
Moonlight leads, with seven awards…