Misbehaviour AWFJ.org review

By CinemaSiren | October 8, 2020 | Comments Off on Misbehaviour AWFJ.org review

If you’re looking for a good respite from crying jags from the loss of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, I heartily suggest watching the new truth-based narrative Misbehaviour, an almost unbelievable story based on gender equality activist Sally Alexander’s work fighting for women’s rights in 70s Britain. Keira Knightly plays Alexander as the film captures her work around …

Beans Tiff 2020 AWFJ.org review

By CinemaSiren | October 8, 2020 | Comments Off on Beans Tiff 2020 AWFJ.org review

It’s true that in large part Canada deserves its reputation for being friendly and polite. Just like every other country, however, it has its dark sides. One glaring example is the Oka Crisis of 1990, in which a land dispute between a group of Mohawk people and the town of Oka, Quebec lasted 78 days. …

Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story AWFJ.org Review

By CinemaSiren | September 11, 2020 | Comments Off on Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story AWFJ.org Review

I’m not sure how much more proof the world needs that women can be total badasses, and yet, based on the sort of continued bias and sexism being discovered and exposed in nearly every crevice of our society, it would seem more. Much, much more. Thank the Amazon goddesses for director April Wright’s new documentary Stuntwomen: …

Tenet AWFJ.org review

By CinemaSiren | September 11, 2020 | Comments Off on Tenet AWFJ.org review

Fans of writer/director Christopher Nolan are not strangers to bent time, trippy constructs in physics, or highbrow filmmaking. Being a fan myself, I’ve loved all the elements we’ve grown to expect and enjoy in Nolan movies, beginning with Momento, and reaching its zenith with Interstellar. His new release Tenet has all those, and for a film that, as always …