Claire Bueno

Chicks at the Flicks Film Review • McQueen

McQueen is an enlightening documentary about the fashion designer Lee ‘Alexander’ McQueen, the tailor of humble beginnings, who literally wore his heart on his sleeve. It’s the thing of dreams. An East End boy with a love of drawing clothes, son of a taxi driver and one of six siblings, who…

Chicks at the Flicks Film Review • Red Sparrow

Red Sparrow The Russians, in an attempt to outwit the Americans, send their most resourceful intelligence agent to use her powers of sexual seduction, to lure a CIA operative into disclosing the name, of their double agent. Prima ballerinaesque Dominika Egorova (Jennifer Lawrence) is forced into early retirement, having maliciously…

Chicks at the Flicks Film Review • I,Tonya

When screenwriter Steven Rogers visited Portland to interview separately, ex-figure skater Tonya Harding, and her ex-husband Jeff Gillooly he could never have anticipated two more contrasting versions of their bizarre story. One which eventually lead, to their criminal convictions. This story, was screenwriting gold! Harding was the first woman to…

Chicks at the Flicks Film Review • Early Man

When Nick Park pitched his idea of Early Man, he described it as ‘Gladiator meets Dodgeball’, and that perfectly describes this latest Aardman Animation.  It’s about tenacity, hope, belief. The underdog never giving up without a fight, no matter how enormous the odds. It’s about the humbleness of Stone Age,…

Chicks at the Flicks Film Review • The Post

Ten months ago, in the midst of shooting Ready Player One, producer Kristie Macosko Krieger presented Steven Spielberg with a script: The Post. Finding the story too compelling, too relevant and too important to resist, it was vital to tell this crucial story of journalistic history; and tell it now….