or how it was in the marie antoinette movie

What are we going to watch?
  • Alice:"I'll pick out a movie."
  • Mommie:"Pick something light and happy."
  • Alice:"Want to watch one of the Scream movies?"
  • Mommie:"No! That's not happy!Get something funny, like Mulan."
  • Alice:"I hate Mulan."
  • Mommie:...
  • Alice:"Marie Antoinette?"
  • Mommie:"Seriously?"
  • Alice:"Ok, happy... How about The Hunger Games?"
Zodiac Signs as Female Characters from Movies I Love
  • <p><b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>Aries:</b> Suzy Bishop from Moonrise Kingdom, Isabelle from The Dreamers<p/><b>Taurus:</b> Clarice Starling from Silence of the Lambs, Daisy from How I Live Now<p/><b>Gemini:</b> Margot Tenenbaum from The Royal Tenenbaums, Eli from Let Me In<p/><b>Cancer:</b> Margaret Keane from Big Eyes, Celia Foote from The Help<p/><b>Leo:</b> Penny Lane from Almost Famous, Scarlett O'Hara from Gone With The Wind<p/><b>Virgo:</b> India Stoker from Stoker, Jordan Baker from The Great Gatsby<p/><b>Libra:</b> Rachel from Electrick Children, Marie Antoinette from Marie Antoinette<p/><b>Scorpio:</b> Dolores Haze from Lolita, Mimi from Bitter Moon<p/><b>Sagittarius:</b> Juno MacGuff from Juno, Dido Elizabeth Belle from Belle<p/><b>Capricorn:</b> Justine from Melancholia, Jane Burnham from American Beauty<p/><b>Aquarius:</b> Mathilda from Leon: The Professional, Lux Lisbon from The Virgin Suicides<p/><b>Pisces:</b> Layla from Buffalo '66, Daisy Buchanan from The Great Gatsby<p/><b></b> **Silence of the Lambs & Let Me In would be considered horror; The Dreamers & Bitter Moon has strong sexual themes and explicit nudity. Please search up more info on any of these if you're uncomfortable with those themes or others**<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>
How Marie Antoinette’s Soundtrack Became A Classic
Ten years later, the music from Sofia Coppola's misunderstood film sounds better than ever
By Hazel Cills

“‘Her lunges at historical gravity seem insulting and uncourageous,’ wrote The New Yorker. ‘It’s history written with truffles,’ said The A.V. Club. ‘She doesn’t seem to realize that what made this spoiled, rotten woman worthy of attention weren’t her garden parties and fur-lined shoes, but the role she played in a bloody historical convulsion,’ Manohla Dargis declared in the Times. There were boos when the film premiered at Cannes. But once viewers got past the fact that Marie Antoinette was not, and was never really supposed to be, a detailed historical depiction of the queen, the intentions of the movie were clear: This was a film about a teenage girl. Specifically, a teenage girl who listened to Adam and the Ants and New Order.”