White Women Are The Scariest Villains: Rosario Dawson, Katherine Heigl, Cheryl Ladd + Unforgettable

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Sure. There's this:

But it’s hard to ignore the fact that the depiction of both Heigl’s character, Tessa, and Rosario Dawson’s Julia seems uncomfortably outdated. “Unforgettable” portrays these women as vicious rivals, both seeking the love and approval of a rich hunk to make them feel validated, complete. But the script from Christina Hodson finds room to explore the origins of their insecurities as well as their feminine strength. And the depiction of perfect, judgmental mommies in a predominately white, wealthy, Pasadena-like town in Southern California isn’t too far off.

And yes it did take me two sittings (thank you Redbox) - but I watched this and damn - between this and Get Out - you know - this is some scary shit they're bringing to life.

Clowns? I mean okay...maybe depending upon what's happening.

Serial Killers?

If you do it right...

But Crazy White Women?

And their moms?

Damn....[shivers down my spine]...

Where's the blanket with the hole in it so I only have to see pieces?

And true - Heigl plays her role - and so good - but she also does so opposite Rosario Dawson, who's equally as amazing.


[still shivering from the White People!]


I need to watch the Furchester Hotel or something...