Rhiannon Thomas

Writing about fiction from a feminist perspective

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Disney Movies

Moana

Moana is a difficult movie for me to review. The music is amazing. The animation is stunning. I am beyond in love with this film. But, and I hate to say this, at times, I was also kind of bored while watching it. Really, I think my feelings on Moana comes down to one question: are people  ...

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Television

Westworld

The first I heard of HBO’s new show Westworld was a not-very-positive review (that I now can’t find again), which said the show was like the ‘new Game of Thrones’, in more ways than one. I wasn’t exactly eager to get pulled into another mess of misogyny with  ...

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Movies

Thoughts on All-Female Remakes

In case you missed it, there was an all-female remake of Ghostbusters this year. Not that you did miss it. Nobody missed it. I don’t think there’s ever been such a vitriolic response to a movie before. You’d think the film had been remade as a piece of Nazi propaganda from how  ...

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