Serena Donadoni

 

Serena Donadoni is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.

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  • This warm-hearted biography of Astrid Lindgren isn’t less about the making of a writer than the formation of the woman who would become the prolific writer of beloved children’s books. Director Pernille Fischer Christensen sprinkles Becoming...

  • There’s nothing preachy about Jinn, even though Nijla Mu’min’s elegant debut feature is about a teenager coming to terms with her mother’s newly embraced religion. Summer (Zoe Renee) is in limbo during the spring of her senior year,...

  • Jaron Albertin’s mix of crisp realism and oblique dream logic results in a haunting experience: Watching Weightless feels like being trapped in the first moments of wakefulness, when the dreamscape is receding and half-formed impressions...

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    Called back into active duty after a cyberattack reveals the identities of all current MI7 agents, the decidedly out-of-date English uses his old-school knowledge to track down Volta and unplug him from the world’s power grid.

  • The bumbling Johnny English was invented to take the piss out of James Bond, but with time he’s grown ever more like the British super-spy. After writing Pierce Brosnan’s final films as Bond, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade created Johnny English as...

  • The real Lee Israel, the celebrity profiler turned forger who died in 2014, was a more boastful figure than the sad-sack recluse Melissa McCarthy plays in Marielle Heller’s sympathetic biopic, especially when methodically detailing her brief,...