'Iron Lady' -- 3 stars

<b>PG-13; 1:45</b><br><br>
"The Iron Lady" goes the way of Oliver Stone's modest but disarming George W. Bush little-boy-lost reverie "W." That film gave us a lucky, petulant man in over his head. In a similar, structurally tricky and fanciful vein, "The Iron Lady" captures an aspect or two ¿ assuredly not all ¿ of Thatcher, though even without that terrifying, metallurgically improbable helmet of hair, the grocer's daughter cuts a more formidable figure than W. ever did. -- Michael Phillips<br><br>Read the full <a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0110-iron-lady-review-20120112,0,7805574.column>"Iron Lady" movie review</a>

PG-13; 1:45

"The Iron Lady" goes the way of Oliver Stone's modest but disarming George W. Bush little-boy-lost reverie "W." That film gave us a lucky, petulant man in over his head. In a similar, structurally tricky and fanciful vein, "The Iron Lady" captures an aspect or two ¿ assuredly not all ¿ of Thatcher, though even without that terrifying, metallurgically improbable helmet of hair, the grocer's daughter cuts a more formidable figure than W. ever did. -- Michael Phillips

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