A Majority of One (1961)
Here they are, the five worst movies to win the biggest Golden Globe of the night.
I'm obviously an elite-level Madonna fan, but I'm also the first to admit that Evita is un-special. Madonna's performance is serviceable and Antonio Banderas' is a bit better, but to me Andrew Lloyd Webber's rather muted spectacle is the least interesting thing about Madonna in the '90s. And yes, I remember "Nothing Really Matters.
Her influence was and still is unmistakable. Year's before the second wave of the Women's Liberation Movement, Berg managed to build a successful broadcast and television career by playing according to her own rules. Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg, an Aviva Kempner documentary, illustrates the magnitude of her accomplishments and the effect that it held on American society. Filled with commentary from various sources, as well as vintage clips and interviews, Berg is portrayed in various lights, mainly as the amicable Jewish persona but most importantly as the shrewd business woman with intense business savvy.
Kempner's documentary is as engaging as it is informative.
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