Tag: Tina Fey

Top Four Awesome Female Characters in Television

Over the ages, and still to this day, women have often been misrepresented in television. The female characters either adhere to the ditsy, feminine, infantile stereotype; to the “tomboy” category — rigid, unsmiling, cold but tough as nails; the mother; and the temptress. These are loose interpretations of the different archetypes of women, but you… Read More

Classic Movie Monday: “Bridesmaids” is Already There

“12 Angry Men,” “The Godfather,” “Citizen Kane,” “A Streetcar Named Desire”… These movies from the Golden Age are all films that critics and film buffs would consider American classics. Purists in the film business pine for a more refined time; the class, the drama, the pinnacle of cinema. There is some truth to this. When… Read More

#WomanCrushWednesday: Amy Poehler Doesn’t Care If You Like It

Amy Poehler is another in a band of inspiring strong female role models who encourage women to become independent and learn to overcome and disregard opposing forces in our society. Although she is often lumped together with the other half of a famous comedic duo with long time friend and fellow “Saturday Night Live” alum Tina… Read More

#WomanCrushWednesday: A Special Salute To Bossypants Tina Fey

It’s safe to say that Tina Fey is one of the most perfect human beings ever created.   For starters, she is an absolutely hilarious comedian, Emmy award-winning writer, actor, and mother of two. Besides that, she is just cool. Fey gets it. She is a strong, confident, honest, female role model and the person… Read More

Movie Review: Muppets Most Wanted

  “Muppets Most Wanted” had a lot riding on its shoulders — at least compared to other sequels. The success of the last “Muppets” film had given hope to fans that this was a franchise rejuvenated. It was up to “Muppets Most Wanted” to prove that it was not just a fluke. Does it succeed? Mostly,… Read More

Mean Girls Reunion In The Works

Every generation has a defining movie. For some it was the “Breakfast Club,” and for others it was “Grease.”  The greatest movie that easily defined the generation of students newly graduated within the past decade, would have to be “Mean Girls.”   With Lindsay Lohan out of rehab and back in the spotlight, it’s no wonder that when… Read More