If you are about to give birth, I suggest you DON’T see this film. Marlo (Charlize Theron) is about to give birth to her third child.
The year is 1962, a time when the swinging sixties had not yet happened and the sexual repression, stuffy class system and inflexible rules of respectability that dominated the fifties still shaped our society.
I Feel Pretty is look at body image with a new slant, the movie stars Amy Schumer as Renee, a large but attractive woman who hates her appearance.
Charley (lying about his age) manages to get a job in stables run by the trainer, Del (Steve Buscemi). Charley grows fond of a horse called ‘Lean on Pete.’
A great story is ruined by a lo-fi pop-art treatment in this documentary about the last two years of Jayne Mansfield, the 1950s and 1960s sex symbol and actor.
After the success of 2011’s Gnomeo & Juliet, a story based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet tale (without the death ending), the garden gnomes and their somewhat odd family return for another adventure in this sequel, Sherlock Gnomes, this time looking to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for inspiration.