June 8, 2012 |
Notorious potty-mouth and obscenity-mongerer Sarah Silverman is infamous for her role in urging people to elect her socialist idol Barack Obama in a 2008 video called “The Great Schlep,” but she's also chipped away at common American decency in her notably vile standup act and her propagandist Comedy Central show, “The Sarah Silverman Show.” This year, she'll further corrupt America's youth with the animated movie “Wreck-It Ralph” and...
May 2, 2012 |
With the bloodbath that ended "Spartacus: Vengeance" a few weeks back, it's no surprise that the production would announce new cast members for the third season currently filmind in New Zealand. Kiwi actresses Anna Hutchison and Gwendoline Taylor, along with Aussie Jenna Lind, join the cast for the hit series, which will return to Starz early in 2013. According to a network release: Hutchison will play Laeta, the privileged wife of a Roman dignitary who becomes entangled in the struggle against Spartacus.
April 30, 2012 |
This week's episode is titled "All Adventurous Women Do. " Do what? Boogie board? Eat that day-old cake from out of the trash can when they're starving? Sit down on the No. 66 Chicago bus without checking the seat? No. All adventurous women apparently have HPV, according to the "slutty one" on the show. Play along as we recap the latest episode of “Girls,” which included another very uncomfortable scene with the beast that is Adam in bed, as well as the hottest pick-up line ever of all time (says RedEye)
April 19, 2012 |
**1/2 (out of four) After seeing these stereotypes on screen approximately 100 billion times, everyone should be tired of movies that position men as immature, commitment-phobic slackers who need to shape up and women as uptight, long-term planners exasperated with the deception of the opposite sex. Modern relationship insight? No, that's a weak stand-up routine from 25 years ago. Extrapolated from Steve Harvey's book, “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy and Commitment,” this intermittently funny comedy treats Harvey's book like a fountain of wisdom, so much so that characters frequently begin sentences with, “Steve says.” The women, including Meagan Good, Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union and Regina Hall, use it as a guide to understanding their guys.
April 17, 2012 |
Kevin Hart has learned his lesson. “I was the guy that constantly wanted to challenge,” says the “Think Like a Man” star of his past relationships. “'What you got an attitude for?! You're stupid! You're mad, [but] you don't even know why you're mad!' I'm not going to do that anymore.” In the film opening Friday, expanded from Steve Harvey's bestselling book “Act Like a Lady, Think Like A Man,” the comedian - who has nearly 3.7 million Twitter followers and scored a hit with last year's big-screen comedy special “Laugh at My Pain” - dishes out plenty more thoughts on dating and married life.
April 15, 2012 |
This week's episode is titled “Vagina Panic.” Because what girl over the age of 13 hasn't experienced a panic of the vagina at some point? Score one for “Girls,” already. Play along as we recap the latest episode of “Girls,” which included lots of uncomfortable T&A and scenes from the gyno office. Click here for the Episode 1 scorecard. Read Show Patrol's "Girls" review here. Weird sex fantasies The episode opens to Hannah and Adam having some good ol' graphic sex, where Adam spouts off a fantasy of how they met: "You had your Cabbage Patch lunchbox"...
April 11, 2012 |
I had heard from older friends that sex for women gets better in their late-20s and 30s, but I never really believed it until I hit 30. Holy crap, it's true! My sex drive is way more intense and I have more orgasms more easily than ever before. Not that I need justification to enjoy my awesome new sex life, but I'm just curious, why does this happen? - 30 and loving it This is a phenomenon that can be traced back to Dr. Alfred Kinsey, whose 1953 book “Sexual Behavior in the Human Female” noted women tend to hit their sexual stride in their dirty 30s. But, remember that Kinsey's research was conducted in the 1940s.
March 20, 2012 |
The guy looks more like an Abercrombie model than an actor, probably because he used to be an Abercrombie model. In interviews, his laugh frequently turns into a giggle, like he's unconcerned about possessing the protective coating of his more guarded, seasoned Hollywood cohorts. Not only has he worked as a stripper, but he has a sense of humor about it (check his endearing, funny turn on “Saturday Night Live”) and has turned his experiences into one of this summer's most anticipated movies, Steven Soderbergh's “Magic Mike.” Sure, it would be easy to hate Channing Tatum, if you're the sort that looks for reasons to chastise people who are successful and attract shrieks from women.
March 15, 2012 |
I'm terrible at talking to women in bars. I always feel so awkward, and never know what to say. On the rare occasion that I've gotten a few numbers from girls, it never leads anywhere. What can I do to get over myself? --Bar Not So Fly I doubt I'm the first one to suggest this, but maybe you should try meeting women somewhere other than bars? Bars are weird spaces. It's sort of assumed that women who go alone to bars are either very sad or desperately trying to get laid, otherwise why would they be there?
March 14, 2012 |
Ralph Tresvant had a hit in 1990 with his song "Sensitivity. " Can you name any songs he made after that? Do you even know who Ralph Tresvant is? No? Exactly. That's because sensitivity's for suckas. Movies such as the ever-popular "The Notebook" and, more recently,"The Vow,"are some of the most vicious perpetrators of the myth that all women want is a nice guy. Some women think - or at least they say - they want a nice, caring, gentle guy. You know, the dude who will wear a mock neck sweater in the family Christmas card photo, hold her purse when she tries on clothes and get all emo at the end of movies such as, well, "The Notebook" and "The Vow. " That's cute and all, but c'mon.