I’m just a woman. And as a woman, there’s no way for me to make my own money. Not enough to earn a living or to support my family, and if I had my own money, which I don’t, that money would belong to my husband the moment we got married. And if we had… Continue reading “Little Women” review: Yes … You Should See It
Roma begins with the sloshing of water over tiles. There are suds. In the reflection of the water, we see an opening to the sky flanked by walls – we are in a courtyard. Still in the reflection, a plane flies by, and we hear it’s distant rumble. Eventually, we learn we are in a… Continue reading Roma Focuses on the Invisible Things that Tie Us Together
I’ve given a lot of thought to whether or not I want to have kids someday. The key word being “someday.” So much of that experience interests me, but I find it hard to imagine a version of myself capable of handling it. I’m 24 years old. I have two wonderful, low maintenance cats. My… Continue reading Tully is a Candid and Humanizing Depiction of Motherhood
Wowee – with Season 3 all wrapped up we take a look at the central conflict of Rick and Morty!
Friend of the blog Brian Russell discusses his experience watching a bunch of old films with a bunch of new friends.
Robert California and what worked about Season 8 of The Office.
What does it mean to find a movie you love a little disconcerting?
We look at The Lego Batman Movie as a Kid’s Film, a Batman Film, and a Lego Film (whatever that means).
Season 4 of Arrested Development was a smart season that wasn’t very good.
With creative framing Lion tells a story about small people in a big world.