Review in a Hurry: An entertaining adaptation of Kathryn Stockett‘s bestseller, this early ’60s, Mississippi-set dramedy follows three seemingly different women writing one tell-all book about black maids working for white families. Despite some Hollywood touches, The Help gets big help from its solid cast, namely Viola Davis.… Continue reading Movie Review: Like Good Southern Cooking, The Help Comforts & Satisfies
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