Excerpt: Minny Jackson: "Eat my sh't". The movie takes place during the 1960s, who build an unlikely friendship around a secret writing project that breaks societal rules and puts them all at risk.
Excerpt: Not a great film, but there's not much to dislike about this film. Tate Taylor's direction isn't all that special, but while the direction isn't great, he doesn't let his direction hold the film back. However, he did do one thing right; he let the actors act.
Excerpt: It is the late 1950’s and an aspiring journalist Skeeter (Emma Stone) observes the inequities of the social strata and decides to write a book about the life of maids in Jackson. She knows what she is doing is against the law and has a hard time getting cooperation from the maids until finally she...
Summary: viola davis and octavia spencer give stunningly powerful performaces in this film. i am thrilled that octavia spencer won the academy award for best supporting actress and i am furious that viola davis did not win for best actress. she deserved to win hands down. definitely a top5 film.
Summary: I bought this dvd due to commercials about the movie and became very curious..So..I just HAD to see it!! I like everything about this product, clear picture, just over all excellent movie.. TY ~~Loral~~
Summary: This is an excellent movie. While the movie does differ from the book somewhat it does capture the essence of the book. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has or has not read the book. Very good and the acting is excellent.
Summary: The strength of "The Help" lies in its powerful performances, most notably from a solemn Viola Davis and a scene-stealing Octavia Spencer. The film, in its portrayal of suburban housewife homes, glosses over some of the uglier racial tensions (although there are hints) and sometimes things tie up a...