The most modern-looking hair color is any shade that is most flattering to your complexion. When your hair color is right, your skin should seem to have a natural glow. It should look more vibrant and beautiful.
On the six-month anniversary of the passage of the new health care law, much of America is either scratching its head or spewing bile. But all women should be celebrating.
The Kids Are All Right is a movie that captures the hard work required to keep marriages alive, to raise children, and for both children and adults to meet life's challenges.
The Kids Are All Right is exposing Americans to something they probably haven't seen before -- a gay married couple raising children, in a way that is shockingly, disturbingly... normal.
You're wondering how a lesbian mom and gay rights activist can possibly have any issues with the first mainstream feature film with box office stars as lesbians who raise a family together. Do I have to be so damned picky? Yes, I do.
A little over eighteen years ago, I used an anonymous sperm donor to conceive a child. In 1992, that was a relatively uncommon practice and one that m...
The film seeks to establish an understanding of the need to provide equity for both homosexual and heterosexual couples. As Martha Stewart would say, "It's a good thing."
I know parents are anxious about their children seeing a movie about a same-sex marriage with children, like The Kids Are All Right. Well, parents -- I can tell you: relax!
Women (and the men we love) want to see films about people's lives. We're interested in love, not lampooning. Caring, not carnage. Insight, not ignorance. And if you make them, we will come.
A couple of months ago I was able to interview Lisa Cholodenko about her new movie.
In my discussion with director Lisa Cholodenko about her new film, The Kids are All Right -- about a sperm donor (Mark Ruffalo) abruptly entering the ...
If for some reason you haven't watched the acclaimed UK original Life On Mars, it's all gathered together in one neat package with audio commentary, behind the scenes documentaries and more.
The Kids Are All Right is about the perils and pleasures of peeling back the layers of a settled life. The audience winds up the recipient of an insightful and touching story.
The Kids Are All Right by Lisa Cholodenko, a film ballyhoo'ed from the Sundance fest to Berlin, yields the unmistakable taste of packaged food that's barely identifiable through the preservatives.
Can't make heads or tails of health care reform? You're not alone -- a majority of Americans are confused about the new health care law and don't know enough about the details of the law to understand how it will affect them.
This episode features interviews with Don Hahn and Peter Schneider of Waking Sleeping Beauty, the documentary that looks at how, in 1984, the Disney Company sought to revivify their moribund animation division.