Penelope: A Hysterical Caper Comedy

Penelope, starring Natalie Wood in the title role, is a hysterical caper comedy that asks the question of whether committing a crime can save a marriage. Imagine robbing your husband’s bank because you’re not getting enough attention from him.  This is exactly what happens for Penelope Elcott (Natalie Wood) when her banker husband, James Elcott (Ian Bannen), is more focused on his work than his wife at home.  One day, Penelope disguises herself as an…

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Inside Daisy Clover: A Look At Hollywood Cruelty

Inside Daisy Clover, starring Natalie Wood, is a film that takes a look at Hollywood cruelty while also being a film that was ahead of its time. We first meet Daisy Clover (Natalie Wood) on her 15th birthday in 1936.  She later discovers a telegram from Raymond Swan (Christopher Plummer) thrown in the trash upon coming home from work.  There’s a mysterious car waiting for her and we get the backstory about her making a…

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Laurent Bouzereau, Natasha Gregson Wagner talk Natalie Wood

Laurent Bouzereau Natasha Gregson Wagner spoke over the phone with Solzy at the Movies two weeks ago about Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind. The documentary first premiered during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and will air Tuesday, May 5 at 9 PM ET/PT on HBO. After premiering at one of the few festivals taking place in person this year, Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind will air in early May on HBO. How was the reception…

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Sundance 2020: Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind

Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind goes beyond the mystery surrounding the death of the iconic actress by giving us insight into the life she lived. There’s a certain sadness in watching the documentary.  Maybe it is because of knowing the actress didn’t live a full life.  Or maybe its because of my hormones that I couldn’t stop crying.  I don’t know but you should always hug your loved ones no matter what.  Okay, I digress.…

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