Three ambitious Manhattan secretaries share work and an apartment together as they contend with romantic disappointments, misogynistic office politics, and the threat that their dreams of fulfilling careers will be cut short by marriage, children, and inertia. 1959

Could we please have a panel or a roundtable or something where Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, Mary McDonnell, Julie Andrews, Diane Keaton, Jessica Lange, Judi Dench, Julie Walters, Christine Baranski, Mary Steenburgen and all these other fabulous older women come together, discuss anything and everything and basically share their experience and wisdom with us. I feel like there’s so much we could learn.
I’d fly anywhere tomorrow. Even if it’s just some of them. Can someone make it happen, please?

Things that GG 2014 taught me
  • Nobody stands a chance against Tina Fey and Amy Poehler ( well Ellen maybe, we’ll see)
  • Jennifer Lawrence is the new HFPA darling
  • Bryan Cranston Breaks us Bad.
  • George Clooney as eloquently stated had run off to a twenty something, hence his absence.
  • Meryl Streep graciously declined the Best Actress In A Comedy or Musical Award. Once a queen, always a Queen
  • The seating arrangement is made only to make this a three hour long soiree.
  •  Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese are in love. 
  • It’s been 84 years.
  • Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese have more in common that being ‘little men’ and having the ‘biggest glasses’. Making the best fucking movies ever.
  • Jessica Lange is actually Fiona Goode.
  • The new sex symbol: Glasses (I’m thinking Meryl Streep, Jessica Lange, Diane Keaton)
  • Awkward moments are a part of real life.
  • Emma Thompson is a nefarious creature.
  • Matthew McConaughey is hot. He is a good actor. He loves his wife (Nope, we knew all of that)
  • Amy Poehler is not Idris Elba’s son.
  • RDJ> Iron Man
  • Pregnant women are the prettiest.
  • Steve McQueen is a genius.
  • Matt Damon is funnier than Melissa McCarthy or vice versa.
  • Tam Honks is legit.
  • That’s All