Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Linda Cardellini

  • Dead to Me, season 3, a touching farewell

    Dead to Me, season 3, a touching farewell

    Dead to Me, season 3, brings this unusual dark comedy series to an end. In a story about the tangled traumas that lead to love and friendship between two women, the ending is heartfelt and touching.

  • Review: Hawkeye, episodes 1-2

    Review: Hawkeye, episodes 1-2

    Hawkeye with Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld joined the Marvel Universe with the release of the first two episodes of a six episode mini-series on Disney+. The first two episodes were the opening of the origin story as we learn how Kate Bishop becomes Hawkeye.

  • Review: Dead to Me, season 2

    Review: Dead to Me, season 2

    Dead to Me sets off on season 2 at breakneck speed and the wild ride never lets up. Our two women Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) have each killed the other’s man. This brings them closer together than ever. When it isn’t driving them apart.

  • Review: A Simple Favor

    Review: A Simple Favor

    A Simple Favor is fun, funny, sexy, beautiful, surprisingly dark, and full of delightful performances. Paul Feig directed this romp through the suburban wilds of motherhood.

  • Review: Dead to Me

    Review: Dead to Me

    Dead to Me is a dark comedy about the relationship between two women as they deal with grief and loss. It’s both twisted and twisty.

  • Review: Welcome to Me

    Review: Welcome to Me

    Welcome to Me stars Kristen Wiig as a mentally ill woman who wins $86M in the lottery and puts herself on a TV show that is all about her. Kristen Wiig is fantastic in this part and proves her talent as a dramatic actress with her portrayal of Alice Klieg. Spoilers ahead.

  • Watch This: Trailer for Welcome to Me

    Watch This: Trailer for Welcome to Me

    I think winning $86 million in the lottery would make everyone go a little crazy, but in Welcome to Me, the main character is already crazy. Welcome to Me stars Kristen Wiig as a woman with Borderline Personality Disorder. She spends her winnings on buying herself a TV show which is about her and stars […]

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