Tag Archives: Feminism

In our last post, Amy makes a strong and valid case, as have many other critics, regarding her disappointment with the film BOMBSHELL. And while I do not disagree with their collective condemnation of Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson, Roger Ailes or the Fox News Network in general, I found the film to be a brilliant […]

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MARRIAGE STORY: Cinema’s Evolving Portrayal of A Couple on the Brink

December 31st, 2019

The unraveling of a marriage is one of those soul-crushing, emotionally wrenching life experiences filmmakers love to portray. In the tradition of films like KRAMER VS. KRAMER, SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE, and SHOOT THE MOON, Noah Baumbach’s added the latest entry to the canon with another gut-wrenching tale of love gone wrong. For the most […]

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HARRIET: A Cinematic Tribute to an American Icon

November 26th, 2019

Harriet Tubman is one of the most heroic and revolutionary figures in United States history. Her legendary story is taught, albeit too briefly, to virtually every American schoolchild. Yet despite her historical stature, she has remained an elusive figure in our shared history with her actual life story-both as a slave and subsequently as a […]

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