Feedback: April 4, 2014 |


Feedback: April 4, 2014

Your reactions to our Criminally Underrated issue, defense of Disney princesses, and more

Under-the-Radar Love
2 a.m.: A wee bit tired, but I’ll read me some EW. Oooh, Criminally Underrated things! 2:30 a.m.: I’m adding books to my Amazon wish list. I’m adding movies to my Netflix queue. And I’m YouTubing trailers and clips like crazy. 4 a.m.: Finally take my butt to bed but think about all the stuff I’ll get to enjoy in the next few months. Thanks, EW, for ruining my sleep!
Jeff Siperly

If The Magnificent Ambersons makes the “Holy Grails” for what RKO did, so should John Huston’s The Red Badge of Courage for what MGM did. They cut 40-plus minutes out, down to a 69-minute run time, and the negatives were lost as well. Who wouldn’t want to see more of this great film?!
Bob Gracie
Warrington, Pa.

Matthew McConaughey is all over the place now, but no one mentions EDtv, one of the funniest movies he ever made (and a warning about reality TV that still rings true). A terrific cast and fast-paced direction by Ron Howard. This is a movie that deserves a second look.
Joe Mock
Los Angeles

Princesses of Power
Your sidebar on Disney princesses (News and Notes) didn’t acknowledge the bold steps they took into modern times. The Little Mermaid’s Ariel chose a different future than the one her father chose for her; Beauty and the Beast’s Belle sought intellectual stimulation from books. And more recently, what woman didn’t cheer when Brave’s Merida said she’d compete for her own hand in marriage? Frozen’s Anna and Elsa took us a few steps farther into an ever-changing fantasyland while bringing all the magic with them.
Ines Kirchenko
New York City