Category Archives: Film Reviews

Individual film reviews through a feminist gaze

The world’s having a meltdown – literally and figuratively— and it’s too darn hot to think or write about it. So, why not turn on the fan or AC, grab a nice cool beverage and chill in front of some good viewing?  We recommend the following this month… DEVI’S PICKS: EVIL (series, free w/ Paramount+ […]

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We set July 4th aside each year to celebrate our country’s independence. But after a month where the Supreme Court has made it harder than ever to consider this a nation that protects individual rights and personal freedom, more and more civil rights seem to be stripped from us every day. Are we truly a […]

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What happens to women who need abortions but live in a country where it’s illegal, prosecuted as a criminal offense and therefore nearly impossible to obtain? This harrowing predicament is the premise for the recently released film HAPPENING, a story set in France in 1963 but could very well be set in the United States […]

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