Follow up to the “girl crush” post! By the way, these posts are getting more traffic than anything else I am putting up (why does no one want to play Antakshari???) so if you have more general ideas for questions, lay them on me!Continue reading
I know this is a really hard movie to find, but I encourage you to do whatever it takes to find it!Continue reading
This movie is super satisfying to think about after all the depressing movies we have been talking about, and the ones that tried to make a sexual power relationship something romantic and nice instead of dangerous and unhealthy.Continue reading
This is a very long and detailed review, as is appropriate for such a deep and complex movie. So, prepare yourself! Strap in for a lot of detail and discussion!
Thanks to Alisa/Bollywood Newbie for the idea! I always think it is good to give positive feedback, so let’s talk about what actresses we admire most for what they have done for women. Maybe it will just be me and Alisa going back and forth, but we’ll have a good time and that is good enough.
I’ll use film examples to make this Indian film related, but really just think of this as an extended dictionary post. I use these words a lot, and other film writers do to, but I’ve never really defined them for you.
Well, this is depressing! I went for a new film, with Rima Kallingal, thinking I would be safe from that horrible strain of really gross misogyny that runs through Malayalam films. But, no! Still there! Even in a film from 2014 with one of the strongest actresses working today.
I’ve been doing the Sultan recap for days now, and it is such a manly movie. Not to say it doesn’t have really good female characters, it does, but over all it is about our male main character and how he interacts with other men. So I am going to take a break and look at a Malayalam movie which as all about women.