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andrew allen Jun 9
One of the most sobering things about is Emma Thompson’s character repeatedly mentioning that she’s the only woman in late night. And then you think: in real life, the numbers aren’t even *that* high.
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Agathe Boulous Jun 9
Between and , I am getting spoiled with great women led film that inspire me! More please...
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The View Jun 7
“In late night there’s maybe a sense of, ‘Well this is working, so why change it?’ They’re a little risk averse.” Mindy Kaling talks the small presence of female hosts on late night and the reason she wrote her movie with Emma Thompson in mind.
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LAT Entertainment Jun 7
"It is very easy when you're in a position of power to slip into that kind of thinking of 'my existence is my contribution.'" - , talking
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ashley fn o Jun 12
I would like one order of every single Emma Thompson outfit in
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The View Jun 9
Mindy Kaling explains how her experience has influenced the way she hires and runs her business, and says her new film has “gender parody”: “There is at least 50% women in the crew and in the cast.”
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Variety Jun 14
Meet the writers' room cast
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Andrea Roberts Jun 14
for the best in those characters! God, I even love the nod to a little romance at the end but it was never about that. I haven’t left the theater this elated in long time. Thank you, !
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Mike Kaye 2h
is fucking fantastic! Emma Thompson gives one of her very best performances, and Mindy Kaling’s script is sharp, culturally relevant, and packs a deep emotional gut punch. Do not miss this one if it’s playing in your area!
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POPSUGAR Jun 9
is a love letter to female ambition, written by .
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lizzie Jun 9
Late morning movie going , engaging, funny & perceptive storytelling & performances by Emma Thompson & Mindy Kaling 4/5
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The SCL in NY 58m
composer Lesley Barber talks composing Late Night's talk-show theme!
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Guy Branum Jun 14
Go see . It's a little "The Devil Wears Prada" a little "Broadcast News", with just a touch of "Punchline". It's so funny and so good.
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Cedrick From Texas🤩 19h
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DylanJSadler 3h
Late nights and early mornings 💭
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Laurie Ruettimann Jun 14
was a smart movie about diversity, belonging and inclusion at work. It also had some funny HR jokes. Ok, there were two jokes. Small ones. Nevertheless I feel seen. Adorable film. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Samaa Matwani Jun 14
Great inspiring movie!
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RuViews 6h
grows on you. Starts off forcing the politically correct jokes but finds a groove that makes the movie better as it goes along. Sybil Trelawney (Emma Thompson) is a great actress and Mindy Kaling does her Mindy Kaling thing.
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✊EqualityLiberty4Aʟʟ 2h
🌟saw , SO smart, . wrote & co-produced, Emma Thompson's sheer genius. Pointedly humorous (ageism, sexism, white privilege) but most blown away film doesn't sublimate women's ambition & connection to work. Brilliant & rare.
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Rhianna Dhillon Jun 6
Ahhhhhhh!!! I have my own mug! So when’s my talk show scheduled for? 🤔
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