Change is slow in coming. A couple of new violations jumped out at me from Tuesday's Arts + Entertainment section.
Three more that I cherish: "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1962), one of the rare socially conscious child-centric films that earns its uplift; Carol Reed's "Oliver" (1968), the best of all Dickens adaptations (excepting David Lean's "Great Expectations"); and Alfonso Cuaron's "A Little Princess" (1994) . . .
Plaza is one of the few comic actresses building a career in film and TV who doesn't come from a standup background.
This'll take time.