Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Shea Whigham

  • Review: To the Stars

    Review: To the Stars

    To the Stars tells the story of two girls coming of age in small town Oklahoma in 1961. The film was about self-acceptance and finding your truth. This review contains spoilers.

  • Review: Modern Love, season 1

    Review: Modern Love, season 1

    Modern Love lets you sit with several New Yorkers as they figure out how to love and be loved in a city that can feel pretty lonely for some. The stories are heartwarming and sweet. Not all are romantic love stories about about men and women who fall in love, however. Modern Love attempts to… Read more Review: Modern Love, season 1

  • Review: Homecoming

    Review: Homecoming

    Homecoming, remarkable as Julia Roberts first foray into episodic television, is also remarkable for its mysterious and slightly creepy storyline and vibe.

  • Review: A Country Called Home

    Review: A Country Called Home

    A Country Called Home is a slow moving indie drama that creeps up on you. Imogen Poots stars as Ellie, who returns to Texas on the news that her alcoholic father died. 

  • Review: Lila and Eve

    Review: Lila and Eve

    Lila and Eve stars Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez. I wanted so much to absolutely love it because of the two stars. How often do you get to see a film with Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez as the lead characters? Or any women of color? Despite the performances of the two leads, the film… Read more Review: Lila and Eve

  • 5 Reasons to Love Agent Carter

    5 Reasons to Love Agent Carter

    Marvel’s Agent Carter stepped out of the pages of Captain America and filled a spot on ABC left empty by the hiatus of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Carter filled the spot so well, I don’t want it to ever be over. I’m enjoying Peggy Carter so much I’ve decided there can never be enough… Read more 5 Reasons to Love Agent Carter

  • Watch This: News for Agent Carter

    Watch This: News for Agent Carter

    Agent Carter will get a two-hour premier on ABC on January 6, 2015. The Marvel character steps out of the comics into the world of 1946. I must say, Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) looks kick ass on the small screen.