Sorry, I can’t be reached today. I’m binge watching season 4 of Wentworth on Netflix.
A little something for you to enjoy today: the season 1 highlight reel from Wynonna Earp. In case you missed this fantastic feminist flurry of fun, you’re going to have to buy the DVDs, because SyFy doesn’t offer full episodes of this show. Continue reading “Wynonna Earp Season 1 Highlights”
Love Is Not Perfect (original title L’amore è imperfetto) stars a woman and has a woman director. Those two things enticed me to watch it. It’s in Italian with English subtitles. The point of the film, the best I could figure it out, is that it takes a lot of time and mistakes to grow into your life. Continue reading “Review: Love Is Not Perfect”
Dancing on the Edge is a British mini-series from 2013. Set in 1930s London, the series is about a black jazz band that becomes entangled in the aristocratic world of London. Continue reading “Review: Dancing on the Edge”
There is so much news and hype coming out of the San Diego Comic Con. I’m not interested in most of it, but I’m very interested in some of it. Here are some of the things I’m watching happen in San Diego. Continue reading “Trailers and News from Comic Con SDCC”
Piper Perabo is back this fall with a new show on ABC, Notorious. She stars with Daniel Sunjata in this thriller. The story is about “the professional and personal relationship between a charismatic attorney and a powerhouse television producer as they attempt to control the media, the justice system, and ultimately – each other…” Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer(s) for Notorious”
In the Valley of Elah from 2007 is a searing condemnation of the war in Iraq. The story is a mystery about a father and a cop who investigate the son’s murder just outside a mythical Army base in New Mexico. Continue reading “Review: In the Valley of Elah”
Sometimes you just get tired of scouring the streaming services in search of a film starring women or directed by a woman. Then you watch a comedy and hope for the best. Ashby is part comedy, part coming of age, part contract killer, and part end-of-life decisions. Continue reading “Review: Ashby”