Kristen Stewart delivers a career-best and likely Oscar-winning performance in Spencer, a film closer to psychological nightmare than biopic. There will be no Kristen Stewart bashing over here. Honestly, it’s tiring and exhausting for people to continue judging the likes of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson solely for their work in Twilight. Both actors have put out some quality performances in their post-Twilight filmography. Enough is enough with the complaints! Personal Shopper was the top…"Spencer: Kristen Stewart Is Winning The Oscar"
Happiest Season, featuring a star-studded cast, is the first major LGBTQ studio romantic comedy to be set during the holiday season. There are not that many LGBTQ studio comedies let alone many films set during the holidays. Jenna Laurenzo’s Thanksgiving-set Lez Bomb is among the few films out there. All you have to do is change the holiday but the gist of the film basically remains the same. Kid brings girlfriend home for the holiday…"Happiest Season: A LGBTQ Holiday Rom-Com"
Charlie’s Angels takes the Townsend Agency international in this very fast-paced action-comedy written and directed by Elizabeth Banks. After 40 years working with the Angels, John Bosley (Patrick Stewart) is retiring. Under his leadership, the Angels have gone global. There’s not just one team based out of California. Instead, there are a several teams of Angels across the globe. The film chooses to focus on Sabina Wilson (Kristen Stewart) and Jane Kano (Ella Balinska). One…"Charlie’s Angels Offers Up Action, Comedy"
While the subject certainly makes for a compelling film, J.T. LeRoy is merely a conventional biopic at best and we’re all the worse for it. Based on Savannah Knoop’s memoir Girl Boy Girl: How I Became JT Leroy, we go behind-the-scenes of the literary hoax. Laura Albert (Laura Dern) hires Knoop (Kristen Stewart) to serve as her public face. I can understand Laura wanting to not have to deal with the the fame. It’s a…"J.T. LeRoy is Quite The Letdown"