Review: All the Old Knives
All the Old Knives is a spy/love story. I have no idea what the title means. There was plenty of unneeded exposition in the story, but none that would explain the title. Thandiwe Newton and Chris Pine star. They were the reason I watched it.
Are you looking forward to Wonder Woman 1984?
If you are a regular reader of this blog, you are also probably the kind of person who has already watched the Wonder Woman 1984 trailers several times. Nevertheless, I am putting them here to show my enthusiasm and to keep the record straight.
Brain Dump: I Am the Night, Whiskey Cavalier, and Good Trouble
How about a quick look at I Am the Night, Whiskey Cavalier, and Good Trouble? I have a few random thoughts to share today.
Brain Dump: I Am the Night, Supergirl, and Project Blue Book
This edition of Virginia shouting short bits into the void will concentrate on I Am the Night, Supergirl, and Project Blue Book.
Review: People Like Us
People Like Us is a family story, and a bit of a tear-jerker. It’s stars Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks as siblings who didn’t know the other existed until their father died.
Review: A Wrinkle in Time
I have a long history with the children’s story A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle. I’ve been excited to see the new Disney film based on the book directed by Ava DuVernay ever since it was announced.
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.
10 Things I Loved About Wonder Woman
Perhaps you are aware that I loved Wonder Woman. Let talk about why. I have reasons.
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!
Director Patty Jenkins Talks about Wonder Woman
Patty Jenkins directed Monster in 2003. A big hit. After that success, she should have gotten an opportunity to direct another top movie. Instead, she had a few gigs directing TV shows. She’s a prime example of what’s wrong with the sexist situation for women directors in Hollywood.