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Film & Television

Movie Review: Motherhood Takes a Holiday in ‘Bad Moms’

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

The audience at my matinee was all women, many clutching glasses of wine. And, if their reaction was any indication, 'Bad Moms' is a laugh riot. What was tickling their collective funny bone? One word. Relatability. After all, what overworked and underpaid mother hasn’t fantasized about running away from it all?

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Film & Television

Examining a High-Stakes World of Inequity in ‘Equity’

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

What makes 'Equity' particularly interesting — and probably broadens its appeal — is the fact that it’s less a women’s movie than a movie whose main characters happen to be women. At its core is a suspenseful story that could be about Wall Street wizards of any gender. But, within that story, the movie does explore several intriguing feminist themes.

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