Let me set the scene: After a bad breakup, Jess – a quirky young woman played by Zooey Deschanel – moves into a hip apartment with three young men. Her male housemates often ridicule her for her tendency to sing her feelings instead of speaking them, her brightly-coloured stockings, and they occasionally encourage her to…
Melissa Wellham reviews The King’s Speech, which features performances so well played, that it rises above being perfectly adequate to become perfect.
Melissa Wellham reviews ‘Life As We Know It,’ and finds it to be “almost watchable.” High praise.
Melissa Wellham reviews Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole – a film that might ruffle a few feathers.
Melissa Wellham reviews Easy A and writes, “It’s almost too easy to make this pun, but A+.”
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Melissa Wellham reviews ‘The Kids Are All Right,’ and finds it to be wonderfully, horribly human.
Melissa Wellham reviews Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, a super-slick blend of comic-book culture, video-game visuals and indie-rock music.
Melissa Wellham reviews Killers – and finds herself thinking on more than one occasion, “Just kill me now.”
Melissa Wellham reviews ‘Youth in Revolt,’ out now on DVD.
Melissa Wellham reviews ‘The Runaways’: a rock’n’roll romp, and brilliant biopic.
Melissa Wellham reviews season one of ‘Mad Men’ – out now on DVD.
Melissa Wellham previews films new this week – including the incredibly anti-feminist ‘Eclipse.’