Everything in ‘Justice League’ is so formulaic that you’ll sit through the movie and then almost forget it. Good acting and action are wasted here.
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.
Terry George’s epic ‘The Promise’ depicts the horrors of the Armenian Genocide. Joe Berlinger’s ‘Intent to Destroy’ documents its cover-up by Turkey.
The powerful new play The Fight opposes two visions of feminism & two characters, one based on Betty Friedan, the other a stand-in for Gloria Steinem.
Not even Dustin Hoffman’s performance can redeem The Meyerowitz Stories’ lackluster script, which is a downer from beginning to end.