Tag Archives: Films

Why Wonder Woman Can’t Win Part 2

In the first part, I talked about the fact that Wonder Woman the film cannot win in terms of pleasing everyone.  In this post, I want to talk about how Wonder Woman the protagonist does not win at all. Oh, … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Wonder Woman) Thoughts

*Spoilers*Spoilers*Spoilers*Spoilers*Spoilers*Spoilers*   1 I knew almost nothing about Wonder Woman before I saw this movie.  I remembered her briefly from a Boys and Girls Club commercial as a child, but that is it. 2 I did feel a bit of … Continue reading

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CIFF Film Reviews: Short Films Program 4

Since these are short films, the reviews will also be short.  How apropos.  😉 1 Golden is a silent film about a boy with golden skin and the challenges he faces growing up, until he falls in love with another … Continue reading

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Films About Women 24

1 Fried Green Tomatoes Fried Green Tomatoes is a story about the bonds between women. The story centers around four women; two young women in the beginning of the century, and two older women at the end of the century. … Continue reading

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Films About Women 22

1 Little Women (1994) I saw this film for the first time when I was ten. The film tells the familiar story of the March girls, living in New England during the Civil War. The second child, Jo, the tomboy, … Continue reading

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Films About Women 16

1 Les Diaboliques Les Diaboliques is a French thriller made in 1955. It tells the story of a married woman whose husband is cheating on her. She teams up with her husband’s mistress to kill him. They kill him, dispose … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet aka Films I’m Not Watching Now

I should acknowledge the one and only Stephen Colbert for the title of this (and the American Heiress post) with his wonderful bit “Who’s Not Honoring Me Now.” I have a nasty habit of taking out too many things from … Continue reading

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