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Thelma Adams writes thoughtfully on Yahoo! Movies about what “Snow White and the Huntsman” says about Hollywood — and audience — obsession with beauty: Why is it so important to know who’s the fairest of them all, a question the […]

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Thanks to Thelma Adams for writing about the way that the prestigious Cannes Film Festival continues to overlook women.  [This] year’s Cannes Film Festival has not a single female-directed film among the 23 in competition. I love contenders like David […]

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Thanks to Thelma Adams for her thoughtful discussion of two perennial questions: Why do men like The Three Stooges?  Why don’t women like The Three Stooges? “That’s Not Funny! Why Comedy is Different for Men and Women” is Adams’ post […]

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When Delores Hart was a movie star she kissed George Hamilton and Elvis on screen.  But she left to become a nun.  She is now Morther Delores, and is now Prioress of the Benedictine Abbey of Regina Laudis in Connecticut.  This […]

Many thanks to Thelma Adams for including me in her critics roundtable discussion of this year’s Best Actress Oscar nominees.  I found the debate fascinating!

Three new films feature nude scenes with three young actresses not thought of as bombshells or sex symbols.  Kristen Stewart shows a bit of PG-13-rated skin in the latest”Twilight” movie, but in the R-rated “Melancholia” and the NC-17-rated “Shame” Kirsten […]

Movie critic Thelma Adams, the author of the Oprah-endorsed novel Playdate, has started a new column on AMC Filmcritic.com with posts on The Descendants, Paranormal Activity 3, and a must-read piece on why we need more women directors.  She is always a […]

US Magazine critic Thelma Adams has a blog post about one of the most common questions I get asked: where are the parents in movies about kids?  She quotes my comments: Nell Minow, the Movie Mom, told me “This is the […]

I was delighted to see US movie critic Thelma Adams go after “Mars Needs Moms” for the retro sexism of its plot. As she notes in a comment following my review, she wrote on her blog about the weirdness of […]

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