Thelma and Louise: 25 Years Later

I am about to make a very embarrassing confession. Well, two actually. The first is that before this week, I had never watched Thelma and Louise before. Continue reading “Thelma and Louise: 25 Years Later”

Jane The Virgin: Masculinity, Motherhood and Making a Difference

Jane the Virgin starts off as a pretty simple story about a young woman Jane (Gina Rodrigez) who is accidentally artificially inseminated whilst at her doctors for a routine pap smear test. Continue reading “Jane The Virgin: Masculinity, Motherhood and Making a Difference”

Zero Motivation (Talya Lavie, 2014): Unafraid and Absurdly Funny

as part of #52FilmsByWomen. Find the rest of this years list, here 

The little known Zero Motivation is quite possibly one of the greatest black comedies in the last ten years. Continue reading “Zero Motivation (Talya Lavie, 2014): Unafraid and Absurdly Funny”

#YouCanSeeThemBoth: ‘Sisters’ and ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

This week, I went to the cinema twice. Considering I’ve only been to the cinema four times in the past year (two of those visits were this week), that’s a pretty incredible achievement for me. Continue reading “#YouCanSeeThemBoth: ‘Sisters’ and ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’”

8 Reasons Why You Need To Watch Broad City

I was a bit late to the party on this one. I am also completely aware that no-one on the right side of 20 uses that phrase either, so sorry about that. Anyway. If you haven’t heard of it, Broad City is a late night comedy central show which started out as a web series. Continue reading “8 Reasons Why You Need To Watch Broad City”