Tag Archives: Feminism

Devi’s July 2024 Viewing Roundup

July 9th, 2024

Hurray! After a few misses last month, I’m back on a most pleasing cinema streak. For a mix of fun and provocative film viewing, I recommend the following, currently all playing in theaters: DADDIO (in theaters): Much like last year’s DRIVING MADELEINE, DADDIO weaves a compassionate and compelling story between a cab rider and his […]

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The Good, The Disappointing & The Downright Miserable: Devi’s June 2024 Viewing Roundup

June 4th, 2024

After beginning the first half of the year with a solid run of consecutively pleasing films, I’ve hit a real hit or miss patch this past month. Nevertheless, there have been a few winners, so I’ll start with those and work my way down: RECOMMENDED: EVIL DOES NOT EXIST (in theaters): This is another film […]

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Amy’s May 2024 Viewing Roundup

May 21st, 2024

The pickings are slim right now. But if you lucky enough to live near an art house cinema there are some interesting films to be seen. Hopefully, the spring season will bring more choices to our theaters or else theater-going might be a thing of the past. On that happy note, here are my picks […]

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