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May is almost here, and as with any month, there will be the usual comings and goings of films on Netflix. Here are some lady-centric movie that will make spring that much sweeter! Legally Blonde (2001) Everyone knows Elle Woods--she taught us the “bend and snap,” not to get a perm wet within 24 hours, and most importantly: that women are not defined by their hair, their clothes, or their men. Directed by Robert Luketic, written by Karen McCullah Lutz ... Read More
No April Fools about it: We just love this badass lady (and who needs another James Bond movie when you've got MM on the horizon?). Spy, out in theaters this summer, looks like the blockbuster we'll be looking forward to above all others—but don't take our word for how awesome it's gonna be: Check out the trailer below! Image c/o Unreality ... Read More
Josh Cooley has been a storyboard artist at Pixar for years, and his work can be seen in movies like, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, and Up all childhood favorites for many. But Cooley has since become well known for taking his illustration skills and turning some of our more gruesome film memories into, still gruesome, cartoons. He collected them into a book called Movies R Fun. It's a good time for the whole family, mostly: Alien The ... Read More
Happy hump day folks. The 'Magic Mike XXL' trailer was released today (spoiler: It looks remarkably like the first movie minus Matthew McConaughey's abs). So. Anyway. If you haven't seen it yet, we're just going to leave this right here: ... Read More
Cake stars Jennifer Aniston as Claire, a woman who gets booted from her “support” group for women in chronic pain for being "insensitive." Claire develops a morbid fascination with the recent suicide of one of her support group members, Nina (Anna Kendrick). She goes to the spot of Nina’s suicide and befriends her widowed husband (Sam Worthington), all the while having dark, goading hallucinations of Nina. We know from the beginning that ... Read More
  Earlier this week we discussed Ava DuVernay’s historical Golden Globe nomination and expressed our sincere hopes that she would be able to conquer the Oscars’ Best Director category. Sadly, that won’t be happening. Though the film itself deservedly nabbed a nomination for Best Picture, DuVernay was shockingly left out of the race for Best Director. On one hand, it’s not surprising. Out of the eight best picture nominees, only The ... Read More
It's been a hot minute since Baby Mama—and now that their Golden Globes performance is in the past we we're hoping for more Amy & Tina action to look forward to in 2015. And here it is! The Sisters teaser is excruciatingly brief, but that does not put a damper on our excitement levels. Yes, we are ready for this jelly: Image via ... Read More
Ava Duvernay might not have taken home a Globe last night, but that doesn't mean her mere nomination isn't a landmark. Duvernay is the first black female director to be nominated for a Golden Globe, insane as that sounds in 2015. Wait a minute, you may be thinking: We’ve never had a black woman win a Golden Globe for best director before?! Before this year, a black woman has never even been nominated? Sad, but true. Ava DuVernay’s nomination last night ... Read More
Forget your triple tall morning espresso. There’s a faster way to get your blood boiling: a hearty dose of mansplaining: Russell Crowe, the de facto emissary of all things misogynistic, is at it again. The 50-year-old star of the upcoming film "The Water Diviner" told Australian Women’s Weekly, “To be honest, I think you’ll find that the woman who is saying that [the roles have dried up] is the woman who at 40,45,48, still wants to play the ... Read More
In November I responded to one of Seth Rogen’s tweets that invited fans to watch his latest comedy “The Interview” with him over beer and popcorn. Rogen, beer, and popcorn all sounded like a good time to me, so needless to say- I was in. I didn’t know at the time that I would be watching a movie that would then be cancelled from theaters all over the country with Sony Pictures shelving its release entirely over a series of threats from ... Read More
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