Molly Ringwald
"Julia Roberts was wonderful in it, but I didn’t really like the story," Ringwald said.
"He set up a rape because she didn’t consent to that," said Molly Ringwald, who translated a new memoir from Schneider's cousin Vanessa.
Godard complained that "in American films people were always acting, which to him was a cardinal sin," Ringwald recalled.
It's not the first time she's taken issue with one of her own movies.
A boring thriller that wants to be "John Wick," starring Keanu Reeves as a bored man who wants to be John Wick.
He has thoughts on Apu and "The Simpsons" as well, because of course he does.
As the world grapples with the dated sexual politics of '80s teen romances, new classics are taking their place.
Ringwald salutes and critiques her films with John Hughes in a new essay for The New Yorker.
Molly Ringwald, Luke Perry and more are back doing teen projects, but this time as the authority figures.
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