August 12, 2015 | celebrity | Lex Jurgen | 0 Comments
If you’ve been waiting for Katie Holmes to direct a movie about a desperate single mom, insightful tranny waitresses swapped into the traditional role of magical Negroes, and the fleecing of the working class in the subprime mortgage crisis of the late 2000’s, save up your dough for a ticket to All We Had. From a novel by a chick sculptor beloved by Oprah, the movie is set to be huge among up to seventeen women who’ve been waiting for a less compelling version of every Laura Dern movie in the 1990’s nobody ever saw. Katie was smart enough to put herself in tight showy outfits. It’s one thing to decry sexism inherent in female roles in the movies, it’s another thing to have nobody show up to your movie.
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