Stephanie Allynne

Dakota Fanning in Please Stand By

Review: Please Stand By. Or – Boldly Go.

Please Stand By is a heartwarming story about an autistic girl who writes a Star Trek script. She takes remarkably brave steps in order to get it turned in on time. Dakota Fanning stars.

Katherine Moennig, Jennifer Beals and Leisha Hailey in The L Word: Generation Q

The L Word: Generation Q: yays and nays for season 2

The L Word: Generation Q ended season 2 with a cliffhanger – several actually – and left viewers rooting for their favorite relationships as always. There were parts of the season I loved (yay!) and parts I thought were a mess (nay!). Instead of a general season review, let’s just look at those two things.

Jacqueline Toboni, Leo Sheng, Arienne Mandi and Rosanny Zayas in The L Word: Generation Q

Thoughts on Season 1 of The L Word: Generation Q

The L Word: Generation Q is an old friend and a new friend wrapped up in a beautiful package. Now that season 1 has ended and the long wait for season 2 begins, I wanted to share some thoughts about the new series.

Tig Notaro in One Mississippi

Review: One Mississippi

The only thing wrong with season 1 of One Mississippi is there isn’t enough of it. It’s a mere 6 brief episodes with Tig Notaro in her semi-autobiographical struggle to survive cancer, C-Diff, childhood trauma, and the death of her mother all in one overwhelming onslaught.

Review: Tig

Tig is a documentary about a year in the life of comedian Tig Notaro. The film is currently streaming on Netflix. I recommend the film to everyone. Not because it’s a great documentary, but because Tig Notaro is a woman to admire and respect. The documentary looks at a year in Tig’s life in which she was diagnosed with C-diff …

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