Itty Bitty Titty Committee
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This latest fabulous movie from Jamie (But I m a Cheerleader) Babbit is a dynamic, romantic, frequently funny and politically astute movie with a smart script, rockin soundtrack and terrific ensemble cast that includes sexy young Melonie Diaz as the new dyke on the block who falls in with a great gang of Feminist troublemakers called Clits in Action (CiA), and then falls in love with leader of the pack, Nicole Vicius. Unfortunately, Nicole has a girlfriend Melanie Mayron and, as they say, drama ensues. With Carly Pope, Daniela Sea, Guinevere Turner, Deak Eugenikos, Jenny Shimizu and Lauren Mollica.
Itty Bitty Titty Committee, the third film from Jamie Babbit, director of the 1999 cult comedy But I'm a Cheerleader, focuses on a group of radical young feminists experiencing both political and sexual awakenings. With a riot-grrrl heavy soundtrack (there's so much Kathleen Hannah she should be listed in the credits) and an unabashed message about the degradation of women in the media, Itty Bitty Titty Committee strives to be a very powerful and moving film. It doesn't quite make it. Despite the somewhat lackluster plot, the cast has a great time with the material and clearly enjoy these characters. Standouts are Dirt's Carly Pope, as the "leader" of the group complete with '70s era Gloria Steinem glasses, and especially Melonie Diaz (Be Kind Rewind and Hamlet 2) as Anna, a young lesbian whose life is most altered by the Guerrilla Girls-style group. Overall the message is just a little too heavy-handed and the climax too silly to really make you feel inspired, but the movie does succeed as a fun and sexy coming-of-age story. --Kira CannySee all Editorial Reviews
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yes the feminists in this movie take measures to illegal lengths and were not perfect people. Sadie was pretty strong in her march as a feminist but you find in a short while that shes rather gutless in her own life and jumps from girl to girl while still with her older more conservative girlfriend who runs a non profit womens group called women for change but isnt as radical as the c(I)a that sadie is with. anna stomps on her family and friends (id say co workers but they were kind of hm douchebags? lol) and has to learn that everyone isnt her enemy and that though she is finding a sense of power for the first time she needs to care about how she affects the people in her life. meats still holding onto alot of anger about her affections for sadie. courtneys feeling like an old worn out shoe. shulie has no faith in anybody. aggie, well aggies precious, i just love aggie. they arent perfect people and most are budding feminists still tripping over their own two feet.
i questioned the facts thrown out in this movie but they seemed to pan out.
i love this movie. its lots of fun and with a generattion that takes advantage without apreciation of the right that they hold today it sets a spark to get the attention of a new generation of feminists and in a world still in need of change that in itself is important.
In reality the title has no real relationship to the movie, it is kind of tied on to get people to pick up the box.
The movie does offer some interesting psychological twists such as the relationship between the older woman who founded an organization, and the young, blonde (and extremely overacted), girl. The "roughing up" of the network was funny, and the highlight of the film, but overall, this film was a "miss" for me.