Seth MacFarlane's Ted joins the ranks of Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and Observe and Report among razor-sharp cultural satires cleverly disguised as dumb comedies.
On June 29, a movie about a talking teddy bear, Ted, will be in theaters across North America. Ted stars Mark Wahlberg (The Big Hit) as a grown man who lives with Ted, a teddy bear brought to life by a magic wish. Will Ted make you laugh? Will Ted make you feel guilty for laughing? As a service, with an early review, we answer every question that you could possibly have about Ted.
Isn't there someone close to MacFarlane who stands up to his recycled mediocrity? Is he only surrounded by yes men who think that a concept that was cool in 1999 and repeated in every subsequent project is still fresh?
With 2012 marking the 90th birthday of Judy Garland, there's a special way to celebrate, at West Hollywood's French Market Showroom with acclaimed tribute artist Peter Mac as a triumphant 1960s-era Judy Garland.
I eat chocolate just about every day. Okay, every day. I love nothing more than a good rich dark chocolate. It exhilarates. It satisfies. My father loved chocolate. I got my stomach for sweets from him.
If we let go of the need to fit ourselves into the brand, the image, the iconic self, maybe we'd have an easier time figuring out who we really are.
Like in nature when leaves turn to those gorgeous autumn colors against the gray sky, a stylist like myself becomes instantly inspired to create warm "spiced up" colors for the long winter nights ahead.
As long as you both understand the terms of the sexual relationship -- that you both really don't want a romantic relationship -- no one gets hurt (in theory, at least), and you both get, well, laid.
This past week I came across a large number of weight quotes attributed to various starlets that I feel need debunking -- both for their sake and for ours.
Hollywood always seems to be a little behind the times. Twice this year the big screen has explored a sexual concept that's almost at the ho-hum stage...
Friends With Benefits turned out to be the most gender-balanced romantic comedy I've seen in a long time -- I might even compare it vaguely with When Harry Met Sally.
Summer may be a time to chill, but when it comes to movies, some like it hot. The romantic comedy, Friends With Benefits, may sound smart and snappy with sex that sizzles, but in the end, the message is old fashioned: never let her go.
Maybe we should tell Natalie Portman's body double that those aren't actually spaceships in Star Wars either. That's because movie making is make-believe.
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The horror genre has long served as a space for confronting female sexuality. In Darren Aronofsky's graceful and gruesome ballet film Black Swan, t...
Black Swan is one of the worst movies ever, truly an embarrassment to the high standard Nassim Taleb has set for all topics Black Swan-related.