NEW YORK, NY - MAY 15: Actress Lake Bell attends Tommy Hilfiger's celebration of the Surf Shack launch with Art Production Fund at No. 8 on May 15, 2013 in New York City.
Declaring something as feminist can be a difficult or negative label, or at least isolating to a certain amount of viewers ... And the truth is it’s not a feminist movie, it’s a girl power movie. I think the message is far more primal and simple. It’s the hunted deciding to be the hunter.
Katie was adamant to have this hiatus in the movie, this almost quiet moment in the middle of this trajectory of survival ... That’s unique to the movie. It’s far from sexual, it becomes very primitive.
We are especially pleased with our three honorees this year ... Writer-director David O. Russell's singular vision has made a significant impact on American cinema, Barbara Kopple is one of the all-time great documentarians, and Lake Bell brings a refreshing new voice to comic screenwriting.More quotes »
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spending a few days away from their busy, adult lives. Until, that is, disaster strikes. Turns out, Abby (Katie Aselton), Lou (Lake Bell) and Sarah (Kate Bosworth) aren’t the only ones on the island that weekend, and when things go awry, they must fight for from Hollywood Reporter Read more »
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young women, Sarah (Kate Bosworth), Abby (Katie Aselton) and Lou (Lake Bell) get together for a getaway at one of the iconic settings of their childhood, an empty island off the coast of Maine to renew their bond of sisterhood. They quickly learn that the from Original Signal: Movies Read more »
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is unexpectedly sturdy in some ways, shaky in others. The story opens with 30-ish girlfriends Sarah (Kate Bosworth), Lou (Lake Bell), and Abby (Aselton) getting together for a camping weekend on an island off the coast of Maine. Full story for BostonGlobe.com from Boston.com Read more »
Aselton picks 5 films about strong women (AP)
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