Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Charlize Theron

  • The School for Good and Evil: the stars come out to play

    The School for Good and Evil: the stars come out to play

    The School for Good and Evil is about the magic world of fairy tales and the battle for good and evil between the heroes and villains who live in those stories. It’s the kind of movie where big name actors come out to ham it up and play everything over the top just to have […]

  • Review: Absentia, season 3

    Review: Absentia, season 3

    Absentia, season 3, features danger, endless action, and suspense with the cop who never gives up, Emily Byrne (Stana Katic).

  • Review: The Old Guard

    Review: The Old Guard

    The Old Guard is an action-packed fantasy about immortal heroes starring Charlize Theron. It . . . wait. Stop. You had me at Charlize Theron. Oh, okay . . . might as well tell you more.

  • Review: Young Adult

    Review: Young Adult

    Seeing 2011’s Young Adult now, from the prospective of 2018, it seems that writer Diablo Cody wrote an allegory for the disconnected young adults of today.

  • Watch This: Trailer for Tully

    Watch This: Trailer for Tully

    Tully has all the right ingredients. Stars include Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston, and Mark Duplass. It’s written by Diablo Cody. Come on, people. This is going to be pure gold.

  • Review: Mindhunter

    Review: Mindhunter

    Mindhunter, season 1, is a Netflix original. Set in the late 1970s, it’s about how the FBI began to develop a behavioral sciences division and look at the psychology of psychopaths and serial killers. These were early efforts to understand the criminal mind in days when the killers managed one-offs with a kitchen knife or […]

  • Review: Atomic Blonde

    Review: Atomic Blonde

    Atomic Blonde could definitely become a franchise like the James Bond or Jason Bourne movies everyone keeps comparing it with. Charlize Theron as Lorraine Broughton is smart, tough, relentless, cool, stylish, resourceful, beautiful, deadly, and really good at the spy game.

  • Review: Girlboss, Season One

    Review: Girlboss, Season One

    Girlboss is a new Netflix original comedy series starring Britt Robertson as Sophia, an immature, over-emotional 23 year old slacker who finds her passion and develops an online fashion business.

  • Review: Learning to Drive

    Review: Learning to Drive

    Learning to Drive stars Patricia Clarkson as Wendy, a NYC book critic whose marriage ends abruptly. She’s always depended on her husband (Jake Weber) to do the driving.

  • Review: In the Valley of Elah

    Review: In the Valley of Elah

    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. 

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