Reviews by kimberlina
I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook about a teenage girl learning to listen to herself, then tell the truth about how she wished her life could be.
There are some redeeming qualities to this movie. I enjoyed the developing relationship between the mom and the son she hasn't seen in 10 years. The actors were good and the scenery beautiful (but appeared washed out on our TV). I had trouble getting beyond the foul language and open sexuality.
This is an entertaining and action packed movie. Wonderful stills showing how the characters might act or think. Graphic violence.
Meryl Streep is brilliant in this portrayal of Margaret Thatcher. Imaginative use of Margaret's husband in the story telling of flashbacks of her time as a young girl, mother and Prime Minister.
The movie jumps between the past and the present and back to the beginning of the world. I had trouble telling where I was at times. The cinematography is interesting; switching angles, colors and settings. I'm going to have to watch it again to see if I can make any more sense of the story line.