Royalty Hightower in THE FITS | Review at

The Fits and other Films about Women, Girls, and Group Think

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The Turning Point is the dance movie you've never seen, starring Anne Bancroft and Shirley MacLaine| See the full review and join in on #ChickFlickFebruary at

A Dance Movie for Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day! I’m celebrating with my one true #chickflick love – the dance movie. Today, it’s Anne Bancroft, Shirley MacLaine, and Mikhail Baryshnikov in The Turning Point. The Turning Point (1977) I don’t believe in being sorry. We are what we are. I hadn’t ever seen The Turning Point, so when it popped up on my Netflix recommendations,…

A ladies' night double feature is #ontheblog. Check out this review of Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL | Part of the #thischickpicks February challenge at

Double Feature: Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL

Going into this, I was really hoping to present to you the most absurd, obscene, magical ladies’ night double feature of all time. Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL, hopefully soon to be joined by Magic Mike: Magnum or something equally as crude. What I got instead was a lesson in “direction matters,” and “here’s what the same…

All That Jazz : Movie Review - a part of Chick Flick February | Original Watercolor Illustration by Alex Landers |

All That Jazz is a Chick Flick

What’s the hell’s a Chick Flick, anyway? Is it a rom-com? A romantic drama? A woman’s picture (hands down my favorite dated term)? We throw this classification around so casually, yet do we really have a general definition of the genre? Is it even quantifiable as a real genre? Honestly, I’m a woman and a film addict, and I…

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