I have been sucked into touting the brand of Lolita-banging pubescent porn spoon-fed to me by the youth-obsessed American media. I'm just a little afraid of the lack of age-appropriate boundaries.
It seems to me that designers are testing us. They want to see how far they can go before we protest. At this very moment, they are all wearing athletic shoes and laughing uproariously.
Life is about accepting who you are from the inside first. Stop trying to always fix yourself. Also, don't fix yourself externally unless you are willing to fix yourself internally first.
When I think about the dark arts, I don't imagine the hocus-pocus world of Harry Potter -- I think about marketing. So the world envisioned in The Joneses is entirely plausible - and often very funny.
All of a sudden, does it seem like the topic of suicide is everywhere? Cornell's recent rush of suicides and the suicidal Twitter messages reported ...
If we remember that today is an effect of our yesterday and tomorrow is the direct effect of the decisions we make today, we can help shape a better future for Haiti.
In the media coverage of the Twitter feud between Demi Moore and Kim Kardashian over the term 'pimpin', the media has left out any real analysis of Demi's point that pimps are modern-day slave-owners.
I did something on Sunday night that I haven't done since I was a co-ed in my dorm room at the University of Wisconsin, I popped some kettle corn and ...
Who exactly is the intended audience of the U.S. military's tweeting efforts in Afghanistan? They're all in English.
Stonewalled by Madonna's posse, local media outlets are taking a closer look at the Material Girl's charity work ostensibly directed at helping kids in Brazil's favelas.
Apparently, no one ever told Mitchell Lichtenstein, "Hey, buddy, watch your tone." So his films - 2007's notorious Teeth and now Happy Tears - are ex...
The oxymoron of "Happy Tears," a title from a signature Roy Lichtenstein painting, can refer to the comfort of living with the dysfunction one has kno...
Legacy -- it hovers over everyone's head in this film. And it's all about daddy issues.
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I think the shock came from the incongruity of a woman of mature age dressed like an extra from the Halloween scene of Mean Girls - a movie about high schoolers, in case you have forgotten.
The January 2010 issue of W Korea just hit the newsstands. Surprisingly, they installed a new hip on Demi Moore, meaning that even W's sister publication thought the image looked weird enough to fix.