I think it's fair to say I've seen a good deal of duff movies, and while I enjoy indulging in 'so bad it's good' cinema on a regular basis, I struggle with the mainstream tat that features overpaid, dull actors and make no real attempt to tell a good story. Over the last 6 months I've reviewed a lot of films that I wouldn't have necessarily seen of my own accord, which is great - I'm all for broadening my horizons - but this particular film I had beef with.
Not many films rile me so much that the venom seeping from my review is almost tangible, but the latest Sarah Jessica Parker Rom-Mom-Com release, I Don't Know How She Does It did just that.
Here is the trailer for this disaster-piece and a brief excerpt from my review:
"As a woman I find it rather insulting that the entire film is not, as it first seems, a female-empowerment movie, but in fact an incredibly misogynistic, flat, poorly researched and incredibly antiquated view of life for the modern woman."
Click on the image or head over to Chris and Phil Present to read my full review.