ChickFlicking – Think Like a Man Review (Nadia Sandhu)

Think Like a Man (2012) Starring Gabrielle Union, Jerry Ferrara, Meagan Good, Michael Ealy, Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Taraji P. Henson Featuring Steve Harvey, Chris Brown, Kelly Rowland Directed by Tim Story Think Like a Man is the latest offering in the newly minted “advice book adaptations” trend springing up in Hollywood (He’s Just NotContinue reading “ChickFlicking – Think Like a Man Review (Nadia Sandhu)”

HOT DOCS 2012 (Toronto) – ChickFlicking – Francophrenia (Or: Don’t Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby is) Review (Nadia Sandhu)

HOT DOCS 2012 (Toronto) Francophrenia (Or: Don’t Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby is) Directed by James Franco and Ian Olds James Franco.  General Hospital.  James Franco. Three reasons that experimental doc Francophrenia (Or Don’t Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is) requires closer examination on ChickFlicking (Full disclosure – I have inContinue reading “HOT DOCS 2012 (Toronto) – ChickFlicking – Francophrenia (Or: Don’t Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby is) Review (Nadia Sandhu)”

ChickFlicking – Damsels in Distress – A Flick for Chicks? (Nadia Sandhu)

Damsels in Distress (2011) Starring Greta Gerwig, Adam Brody, and Analeigh Tipton Directed by Whit Stillman Damsels in Distress is not necessarily what I would consider a chick flick, but it is a film that is presumably meant for a female audience, so here goes. Writer/Director Whit Stillman hasn’t made a movie since the lateContinue reading “ChickFlicking – Damsels in Distress – A Flick for Chicks? (Nadia Sandhu)”

ChickFlicking – Titanic 3D Review (Nadia Sandhu)

I saw Titanic more than once on the first go round in 1997- the third time was even on a date!  It was pure disaster porn and my takeaway point was apparently that when faced with death by propeller, or plunging into the cold blue sea, I would take the pessimistic approach and go theContinue reading “ChickFlicking – Titanic 3D Review (Nadia Sandhu)”

ChickFlicking on Entertainment Maven with Nadia Sandhu

I was never one for “chick flicks”, unless you count my teenage obsession with Gone With the Wind.  When my best friend was sobbing, I was laughing at the end of The Notebook. Now that I’m on the other side of thirty and a confirmed singleton, I’ve noticed some strangely mushy stirrings.  It all cameContinue reading “ChickFlicking on Entertainment Maven with Nadia Sandhu”