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As 2017 fades and we grapple with remarkable changes in the movie industry (and elsewhere), it’s encouraging to note that the eviction of men such as Weinstein has been accompanied by a wave of movies about women contending with sexism and worse.
In three of them, women strike a blow against toxic masculinity by serving men toxic mushrooms. It’s the true story of Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), a competitive skier felled by injury who heads to Hollywood and ends up operating a high-stakes poker ring dominated by powerful Hollywood men. 22, another true(ish) story, this one about disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding, played by Margot Robbie (who also produced).
It’s a romantic comedy about a fellow led by love into a no-man’s-land between two cultures. , a humane, funny, and gritty look at transient families living in a Florida motel.
It’s an extremely edgy black comedy that chronicles the way Harding endured various forms of abuse and exploitation — from her mother (Allison Janney), her husband (Sebastian Stan), and tabloid media that covered and actively amplified the lurid story, set at the dawn of the Age of Truthiness.
The movie has been accused of doing the same thing, but Harding herself likes the finished project. A timid Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) inherits control of the Washington Post just as the newspaper, exposing the contents of the Pentagon Papers, faces legal and possibly existential challenges from the Nixon administration.
From Equus he went on to another critically acclaimed stage performance in the black comedy, The Cripple Of Inishmaan, in which he plays a lonely Irish outcast. ’He says his most extravagent purchase was a Damien Hirst butterfly painting (though he won’t admit what he paid for it – they can sell for millions of pounds), a Craigie Aitchison and an Elizabeth Peyton portrait of Doherty.
‘I’m definitely the geeky guy who wants to be in a relationship. Peele has denounced attempts to categorize the movie as a comedy, but I laughed pretty heartily, at Lil Rel Howery’s heroic TSA employee and also at Bradley Whitford as the master of the house, a virtue-signaler who collects African art and wanted to vote for Obama three times.