Reader: Marie Antoinette is no corset-sploitation flick
Who needs cake when you have Kirsten Dunst?
Jenn Wohletz first heard of Jeni Britton Bauer's magical, frozen concoctions back in 2006, when Sophia Ford Coppola's Marie Antoinette came out, and Jeni's created a collection of whole-milk yogurt-based, specially-flavored ice creams inspired by the film. The Jeni's flavors were almost as delicious as the movie that inspired them.
I agree, Jenn-- Marie Antoinette just doesn't get the respect it truly deserves. Something about the casting, the cinematography, and the soundtrack elevates it above your normal corset-sploitation flick.
And ice cream is cool, too, I guess.
Would you pay $12.99 for a pint of ice cream? (That's what you'll pay for a pint of jeni's at Cook's Fresh Market.) How about to see a movie? Post your thoughts below.
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