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  • Carol

    Carol

    ★★★★★

    was planning on writing a personal essay for my annual rewatch, but i am instead going to ask that you use those 3-4 minutes (and maybe a few more) you may have taken out of your day to read that to take a look and take action via THIS DOCUMENT FILLED WITH EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, ORGANIZATIONS TO DONATE TO, PETITIONS TO SIGN, AND MUCH MORE.

  • Mrs. America

    Mrs. America

    in my first piece for Celluloid Sisters, i’ve reviewed the first three episodes of Mrs. America. you can check it out here if you feel so inclined.
    and, of course, a quote from my review:

    “As of the first three episodes, the women whose shoulders Schlafly stepped on are pushed to the side. There is an occasional shot or brief line dialogue involving the Black women who did (what us audience members are lead to believe) the majority of Shlafly’s dirty work.…

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  • Girls Just Want to Have Fun

    Girls Just Want to Have Fun

    people who lived in the 80s actually used the word terrific

  • Crimson Peak

    Crimson Peak

    whole lot of screaming in agony, but even more running in peril! i like the way the camera observes the gorgeous dresses move:) unfortunately the movement of said gorgeous dresses can’t make up for a lengthy and dull film. also, i had to see tom hiddleston’s shitter which is quite likely the only thing i will remember about crimson peak tomorrow morning. better wigs next time please, guillermo.

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  • The Lion King

    The Lion King

    ★½

    simba seeing scary hyenas be like: 😐
    simba nearly perishing at the hands of said scary hyenas be like: 😐
    simba looking at his beloved father’s dead body be like: 😐
    simba seeing his best friend nala after years of separation be like: 😐

  • The Sun Is Also a Star

    The Sun Is Also a Star

    ★½

    the most entertaining part of this bland experience was the girl behind me farting during the silent climactic scene in a nearly packed theater.