Sunday, March 10, 2013
Who are the Best Non-American Actresses Working Today? ["Cinema in Noir"]
That is the question we posed on today's episode of "Cinema in Noir" in celebration of Women's History Month And we're not only talking about which actresses the Academy tends to honor on a regular basis (Kate Winslet anyone?), but also actresses who may not be getting their due (Shohreh Aghdashloo) and those who have seemingly gone missing from the big screen (Catalina Sandino Moreno).
Our co-host Rebecca also shared a scathing review of Oz: The Great and Powerful (one of many if you've been checking the web) and a twin review for Dead Man Down (I believe the word "derivative" was mentioned).
We also discusses the latest in film news, including Jesse L. Martin's re-casting in the Marvin Gaye biopic, after Lenny Kravitz stepped down from the role (for which we threw a party).
Missed the show? Check out the recap, with special guest host Jonathan Hailey from The Urban Daily: