As Season 2 of ‘The Crown’ comes to a close, even the Royal Family’s clipped aristocratic accents begin to chafe—and when you begin to lose sympathy for the main characters in the series, you also understand that something has perhaps gone terribly wrong.
The ‘I, Tonya’ biopic of figure skating star Tonya Harding leaves truth of her involvement in attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan in doubt. Allison Janney plays Tonya’s mother, she is superb and nominated for an Oscar.
One wonders what Hellman, Lee, or Didion would think of Lena Dunham’s “Girls,” and the fashionable young Brooklynites it portrays– liberated women who grew up in a “post-feminist” era. They probably wouldn’t be impressed.