Tag Archives: Melissa McCarthy
What did I think of Bohemian Rhapsody? Well, it’s exactly what I expected from a band-produced biopic of Freddie Mercury rated PG-13.
And there’s Lee Israel in Can You Ever Forgive Me?, an unrepentant, unlovable writer who, down on her luck, begins crafting fake letters from the likes of Dorothy Parker and Noel Coward.
Ghostbusters has lit up Summer 2016 like a Rorschach test for trolls. On the evidence of early (over)reactions to the cast, grotesque Twitter racism, and its current IMDB rating of 5.3*, I’d bet a lot of people go into the movie with their opinion pre-formed (from “Bitches get stuff done” to “This movie ruined my […]