As the Golden Globes showed us now that awards season is underway, it is notable that female-driven comedies on the silver screen and TV are conspicuously outstanding. Hollywood mainstays like Lily Tomlin (Grace and Frankie & Grandma), Meryl Streep (Ricky and the Flash) Julia Lo
[Editor's Note: Make sure to join your BlogHer Contributors live-tweeting tonight's show by following hash tag #BlogHer, and check back for more commentary tomorrow! --Morgan]Tonight marks the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, and as always they promise an evening of interesting battles for the season's first golden statuettes....more
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The King’s Speech is my total movie crush this Awards Season. I think everyone should see it, but an R rating narrowed its audience. Not sex, not violence, simply words -- four letter ones -- deemed this inappropriate for young audiences. It’s been suggested that the filmmakers release an edited version to get a PG-13 rating. Could it make the filmmakers more money? Absolutely. But should the film have been R-rated to begin with?