Tag Archives: Feminist movies

April 02

Miss Sloane (2016)

A gripping thriller of Stiletto power, political corruption, and stopping the gun lobby.

August 17

Bad Moms (2016)

Slapstick comedy on the shaming of stressed-out moms

August 04

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (2016)

Do not expect subtlety as the jokes are blatantly bawdy and beautifully bitchy.

July 28

The Shallows (2016)

A thin plotline and modest digital effects tell the story of an attractive woman in a bikini swimming for her life

July 14

Maggie’s Plan (2016)

A richly satirical, funny and entertaining post-feminist comedy about sex and marriage

May 25

The Meddler (2015)

A weak script, full of clichéd melodrama, tired gags, and feigned sentimentality

May 12

The Man Who Knew Infinity (2016)

A tale of two cultures that collide in the hallowed halls of Cambridge

April 11

Salt (2010)

If you can believe the things that Jolie does in this film, narrative is the least of your concerns in this very entertaining but logic-defying film.

March 14

The Diary of a Teenage Girl (2015)

A sweet self-narrated story of a butterfly emerging from a lonely, self-loathing teenage-hood.

February 23

Grandma (2015)

Grandmas are supposed to be helpful, bake cookies and give warm hugs, not swear, threaten, smoke dope, verbally and physically assault people, while conniving to raise money for an abortion.

January 17

Suffragette (2015)

A tale about brave protesting women and a suffragette who threw herself under the King’s horse.

January 16

The Intern (2015)

Do today’s audiences really want pre-feminist stories about wise old men that step in to prop up gorgeous and successful young career women…

January 08

Carol (2015)

This is one Blanchett film that struggles to inspire.

January 01

Thelma & Louise (1991)

One of the most remembered stories of feminist struggle in modern times

December 22

A Room in Rome (2010)

A gem of a film that deserves more critical acclaim