Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Catherine Keener

  • Review: The Adam Project – love the actors? Okay, then.

    Review: The Adam Project – love the actors? Okay, then.

    The Adam Project is the kind of movie a lot of people will watch because they like the actors. That’s the best reason to watch this lightweight time travel tale. It’s easy and full of barbed one-liners, but south of outstanding.

  • Review: Modern Love, season 1

    Review: Modern Love, season 1

    Modern Love lets you sit with several New Yorkers as they figure out how to love and be loved in a city that can feel pretty lonely for some. The stories are heartwarming and sweet. Not all are romantic love stories about about men and women who fall in love, however. Modern Love attempts to… Read more Review: Modern Love, season 1

  • Watch This: Trailer for Get Out

    Watch This: Trailer for Get Out

    What is this Get Out film that is setting box office records? I hadn’t even heard of it and suddenly it was everywhere. I took a look at the trailer to find out more.

  • Review: Begin Again

    Review: Begin Again

    How does Mark Ruffalo do it? Every time I see one of his movies I think, “This is Mark Ruffalo’s best performance ever.” Then I see another of his movies and I have the same feeling all over again. Welcome to Begin Again with Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley in two of their best performances ever. 

  • Brain Dump: Short Thoughts on Movies and TV

    Brain Dump: Short Thoughts on Movies and TV

    I’ve had many pop culture thoughts that I’ve neglected to actually write down in the last few weeks. It’s time for a brain dump. Movies I absolutely loved Peace, Love and Misunderstanding! This 2011 indie film was directed by Bruce Beresford. It starred Jane Fonda as an aging, free-spirited hippie and Catherine Keener as her… Read more Brain Dump: Short Thoughts on Movies and TV

  • Review: Enough Said

    Review: Enough Said

    Enough Said met all my expectations. I thought it would be funny – it was. I thought it would be charming – it was. I thought the cast would be superlative – they were. I thought it would be an outstanding example of storytelling from a female writer, a female director, and a female star… Read more Review: Enough Said

  • Enough Said Looks Good

    Enough Said Looks Good

    The romantic comedy Enough Said coming to theaters on September 20 looks good. It stars the late James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus who get romantically involved as a couple of empty nesters. Look at some of the cast members.