Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Fred Melamed

  • Shiva Baby, dark comedy about the mortifications of love

    Shiva Baby, dark comedy about the mortifications of love

    Shiva Baby, available to buy or rent on Prime Video, is a comedic look at how one misunderstood woman survives a shiva. Rachel Sennott stars as Danielle, trapped in a house with a nosy, gossipy, group of Jewish mourners.

  • Review: Casual, season 1

    Review: Casual, season 1

    Casual is a half hour comedy series, a Hulu original. Four seasons of it were made. This review only talks about season 1.

  • Review: The Spy Who Dumped Me

    Review: The Spy Who Dumped Me

    The Spy Who Dumped Me was not perfect. Still, it has several things going for it: Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon star. That’s only two things. Okay, how about Susanna Fogel as director. That’s several things.

  • In a World: A Review

    In a World: A Review

    In a World is terrific. In a World is the from the mind of Lake Bell. She wrote it, directed it, and stars in it. Her character – Carol – wants to do voice overs. Carol is a quirky and very likable woman. Carol’s father Sam, played by real voice over artist Fred Melamed, discounts […]

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