Tag Archives: Reviews

Quick hit: Fight racism and sexism in the art world

TweetIt’s no secret that the art world has something of a diversity problem. Courtney has previously written about women in art, questioning the lack of gender equality in the art world and presenting some crucial ideas and resources for female artists. And she has cited some grim statistics, including the fact that only 8 percent [...]
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Some thoughts on the “Beats, Rhymes & Life” documentary

TweetI didn’t know what to expect when I went to see “Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest,” a documentary directed by Michael Rapaport. A Tribe Called Quest is no doubt one of the most influential and groundbreaking hip hop groups to ever live. So of course I was curious. But [...]
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Not Oprah’s Book Club: Maine

TweetMaine is the second novel from J. Courtney Sullivan, who I interviewed last year, and who co-edited the anthology Click with our own Courtney. Like Sullivan’s first novel Commencement, Maine shows us the world through the eyes of four different women. This time, however, the women are connected not by the bonds of friendship, but [...]
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The Feministing Rom Com Review: Valentine’s Day

TweetFor the last year, I’ve been watching and reviewing romantic comedies as a part of the Rom Com Review series. I’ve reviewed: Our Family Wedding, Date Night, Going the Distance, How Do You Know, Just Wright, Killers, Life As We Know It, Morning Glory, She’s Out of My League, The Back-Up Plan and The Bounty [...]
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The Feministing Rom Com Review: Morning Glory

TweetYou know what we see a lot of these days? Movies about uptight career women who don’t have the time or social skills for a relationship and are subsequently miserable! Thank god someone made Morning Glory, a movie about an uptight career woman who doesn’t have the time or social skills for a relationship and [...]
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