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Lady Bird: Why Weakness Is Not a Woman’s Enemy

Day and day again we see the highly publicized picture of the ‘strong, independent woman’ – patriarchy’s fiercest foe. But what harm is this image really doing? 501 more words

Empowerment

'Isle of Dogs': The Pack Survives

As with any movie whose protagonists are animals, Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs makes a strong case against human beings. We’ve more than earned our reputation as the cruelest of creatures. 561 more words

Film

Lady Bird (Summer Film Log)

In her essay “Place in Fiction,” Eudora Welty wrote that “Place in fiction is the named, identified, concrete, exact and exacting, and therefore credible, gathering spot of all that has been felt, is about to be experienced, in the novel’s progress.” 789 more words

Film

Lady Bird: Home

It is May. My eighth grade school year is ending. I’m stressed about the pressures of grades and friend groups. I’ve had a bad day. I know how to cure it. 620 more words

Film

Lady Bird - Review

People often claim that tragic plays – tales of Shakespearean woe, Senecan violence – are when we see humanity. To me, Lady Bird provided more raw humanity (and raw  620 more words

The Rhiannon Way

Natalie Portman Weekend - Jackie (2016)

Director: Pablo Larrain

Writer: Noah Oppenheim (Screenplay)

Starring: Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Greta Gerwig, Billy Crudup, John Hurt, Richard E Grant

 

Plot: Following the assassination of President  464 more words

Drama