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Meryl Streep

Big Little Lies Season 2 transports us back to Monterey, CA with its dreamy, languid theme song and stunning ocean views. The new school year marks a new beginning, but Celeste (Nicole Kidman), Madeli…
Meryl Streep stars as real-life publisher Kay Graham, who “inherits” the reins of the Washington Post after the death of her husband. Regarded by the boys’ club of men who make up the paper’s Board of…
The funny and wonderful thing about Meryl Streep is that anyone who has seen Mamma Mia knows very well that the woman has singing chops. So, when she gargles and trills and screeches through sprawling…
Anne Hathaway stars as Andy, a bright young grad looking for her first break in journalism. As a last resort, she applies for a position at the uber-prestigious fashion magazine, Runway. She arrives f…
Based on the 1987 Tony-nominated Broadway musical of the same name, Into the Woods shows what could happen if you threw a bunch of fairy tale characters together in the same story and watched as their…
It is not writer Lois Lowry's fault that it took 20 years for her acclaimed YA book The Giver to make it to the big screen. It's not her fault that within this time, the teen dystopian trend makes The…
Based on a Tony-winning play, and put to screen with an entirely new cast (a controversial choice, I've heard, as the Broadway stars all won raves and awards for their portrayals of the same character…
The Nose. Much hubbub has been made about The Nose. Specifically Nicole Kidman's prosthetic nose in her role as Virginia Woolf in the film adaptation of Michael Cunningham's acclaimed novel The Hours.…
The first time I saw The Bridges of Madison County I got swept up in the romance of it all. I loved that you could experience the affair of a lifetime without ever leaving your front porch, and for da…
August: Osage County features its own special sort of effed up family. Matriarch Violet (Meryl Streep) is a withering mean old biddy. Violet has been diagnosed with mouth cancer—which is a little bit …
For all the hype it got, I expected Evening to be an emotional tour de force, an Oscar shoo-in, a powerhouse of talent. I expected something to substantiate the wild claims of fabulosity that filled m…