The face of Pixar’s latest hero has been revealed — and it’s a red-headed girl.
[rating=4]Starring: Maria Onetto, Gabriel Goity and Arturo Goetz
Director(s): Natalia Smirnoff
Writer(s): Natalia Smirnoff
In the opening scene of Puzzle, Maria, the perfectly-cast Maria Onetto, a middle-aged housewife, kneads bread, prepares lunch, and decorates a birthday cake. Her own birthday cake.
During her own birthday party she waits on her family and friends, without a break, while her husband and sons relax, setting the tone for the entire movie.
Just when you thought all was said and done about the aborted Wonder Woman series, somehow it finds a way to get our attention.
Well, my attention, anyway.
[rating=2]Starring: Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, Colin Egglesfield
Director(s): Luke Greenfield
Writer(s): Jennie Greenfield
Something Borrowed, adapted from the Emily Giffen novel, is hardly something new.
The movie that could easily have sank Marvel’s efforts to build their comic book characters into legitimate film franchises may very well turn out to be one of their best. Thor had the odds stacked against it from the beginning. … Read more
[rating=2]Starring: Kelly Bishop, Candy Ann Brown, Natascia Diaz
Director(s): Adam Del Deo, James D. Stern
I really wanted Every Little Step, a documentary about the creation of the musical, A Chorus Line, and its recent Broadway revival, to be a “singular sensation.”
Unfortunately, while it was a frothy concoction of a movie that spoke to my inner high school drama geek, it just never quite earned a standing ovation.
Wonder Woman is coming back to the small screen in a new live action series on NBC from David E. Kelley. Set to debut in the fall, the costume has received a lot of attention, and a lot of negative feedback, from fans. But let’s admit it folks, whatever you want to think of Wonder Woman and her skills, her costume has always been a bit silly.