·22· Bridget Jones’s Baby

What is there to say about Bridget Jones that we haven’t already said? It looks like a lot. Please join us for our last over-long discussion of our fierce friend.  2016’s Baby has taken full advantage of its generous gestation period and presents a noticeably grown-up film while still offering moments of pleasant predictability. 

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·21· Jane Eyre

A lot has changed since Jane Eyre: An Autobiography was first published. Foremost, women are less likely to publish work under a man’s name for fear of facing discrimination (although I imagine this still occurs).  But one thing has not changed, women still love men who are hiding other women in their attics. <— definitely […]

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