An Abundance of Riches

Wow. Weekends lately, right? How can I support all the great women-centric entertainment this weekend? Continue reading “An Abundance of Riches”

Watch This: Mankiller Trailer

Every time I got the chance to vote for a woman who should appear on a $20 bill, I voted for Wilma Mankiller. I tried.

Now there’s a documentary about her, titled Mankiller, beginning the rounds of festivals. I hope it will be available online soon.
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Watch This: Trailer for Murder on the Orient Express

Kenneth Branagh brings us a new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic Hercule Poirot mystery Murder on the Orient Express. The film is star-studded to the max. Every character is played by someone outstanding. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Murder on the Orient Express”

Wonder Woman: When a Fictional Character is the Character We Need in Reality

Wonder Woman set records at the box office and is the topic of conversation everywhere. Critics loved it. Today I want to talk about just one thing. The personality and character of Diana Prince, Wonder Woman. Continue reading “Wonder Woman: When a Fictional Character is the Character We Need in Reality”

10 Things I Loved About Wonder Woman

Perhaps you are aware that I loved Wonder Woman. Let talk about why. I have reasons. Continue reading “10 Things I Loved About Wonder Woman”

Review: Wonder Woman (Spoilers)

Wonder Woman is awesome. Patty Jenkins, the director, did a masterful, awesome job. Gal Gadot was perfect and awesome. Chris Pine was above average awesome. Here’s my review: AWESOME! Continue reading “Review: Wonder Woman (Spoilers)”

Review: Wild Oats

Wild Oats stars Shirley MacLaine and Jessica Lange in a comedy about living it up while you can. It was funny, but the best part of the movie was watching Shirley MacLaine and Jessica Lange have a great time together. Continue reading “Review: Wild Oats”

Review: Summertime (La belle saison)

Summertime (La belle saison) is a French film about a lesbian romance set in the 1970s. In Paris women were fighting for equality and change, while in the countryside things remained as they had always been. There are spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Review: Summertime (La belle saison)”