Karen Kramer directs documentary Renegade Dreamers; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
Octavia Spencer, Diana Silvers, and McKaley Miller star in horror thriller Ma; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
A bargain-bin cockadoodie pseudo-Misery, a disgraceful waste of the brilliant Octavia Spencer. Has no interest in women’s pain and trauma even as it appropriates it for entertainment purposes.
A female protagonist, a female villain, and a supporting cast made up almost entirely of other women. And their story is not about seeking romance!
Utterly implausible on every level, and ultimately rather insulting: a bit of glitter and lots of hugs are the sum total of its “girl power.”
A simple, honest, deeply satisfying tale of the complex mixed emotions and desires that make up a woman’s life and often exist in secret.
Please enjoy this anti-Valentine’s Day Question.
There are your everyday passive-aggressive Nice Guys. And then there’s Wally Mars, who deserves some sort of lifetime achievement medal for Most Passive-Aggressive Nice Guy Ever.
I always knew Drew Barrymore could be this cool: her directorial debut is a simultaneously sweet and kickass story about one girl’s finding her bliss, a movie that works within Hollywood conventions of storytelling to handily demonstrate that just because a tale is familiar doesn’t mean it can’t be fresh and funny and edgy, too.
What does National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation have in common with It’s a Wonderful Life?