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$6K in Six Days to Fund Molly Ivins Documentary

Molly Ivins died eight years ago. Why should you care? And why should you even consider kickstarting a documentary about her life and work? Eminently quotable, and made to be memed, Molly’s folksy writing and wry speeches, deceptively simple, were … Continue reading

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Chick-Shit, Part II

Bridesmaids. Content-wise, pretty typical as far as standard chick-flicks go; not particularly feminist, despite the hype. Or was it? I will now make the argument for how Bridesmaids can be read as a feminist film, although you’ll have to read … Continue reading

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Chick-Shit, Part I

I just spent the afternoon at the movies, where I’m fairly certain the tab for parking, popcorn, and the actual film will wind up costing more than I drop on dinner. But this isn’t a post about the high price … Continue reading

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Movie Note: It Might Get Loud

Not that I was trying to get rid of him, but I brought up It Might Get Loud yesterday to see if the husband might like to go see it – with one of his friends, or maybe as a … Continue reading

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