Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Natalie Morales

  • Language Lessons, human connection via video

    Language Lessons, human connection via video

    Language Lessons is a two-hander with Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass as strangers involved in long distance Spanish lessons. He’s a student in California, she’s the teacher in Costa Rica. Their conversations lead to a friendship.

  • 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.

  • Plan B: Good birth control is hard to find

    Plan B: Good birth control is hard to find

    Plan B is a look at the obstacles put before a South Asian high school girl living in South Dakota when she needs a Plan B pill after a mishap with a condom. The film is a road trip/buddy picture and very good. It’s streaming on Hulu.

  • 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: Santa Clarita Diet, season 3

    Review: Santa Clarita Diet, season 3

    Santa Clarita Diet hit its Sophomore Slump in season 3. It lost its spark, it got stale. There weren’t enough surprises, turns, or new ideas.

  • Review: Santa Clarita Diet, season 2

    Review: Santa Clarita Diet, season 2

    Season 2 of Santa Clarita Diet is even funnier than season 1. This story about a suburban wife, mother and realtor turned into a flesh eating member of the undead sounds like it would be terrible, but it’s really good.

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