Sorkin has the advantage of viewing reality in the rear-view mirror as he writes this show, so let me indulge in similar hindsight conclusion-making.
I was positive people wouldn't accept me if they knew I pulled out my hair. And I was even more positive that if they did find out, if they didn't judge me for pulling, they'd reject me for the fact that I didn't know why I was doing it, and that I wasn't able to stop myself.
The week leading up to the Academy Awards are not only filled with studio parties, gown fittings and practicing winning speeches in front of the mirro...
There are some deep cultural implications that we can glean from this here saggy boob or perceived saggy boob syndrome. The truth is, my boobs aren't really THAT saggy, but I think what's deceptive about their downward persuasion is that they're REAL!
The secret sauce of successful relationships is empathy. To be in a meaningful relationship with someone, you need to understand how they feel.
In one episode of The Newroom's first season, Maggie and Jim make a field trip to Flounce, a would-be Manhattan boutique where shopgirl Lisa, their roommate and love, respectively, is helping a customer find a dress for the Tony Awards.
February proved to be the busiest month for gifting suites. First the Grammys had their slew of swag lounges. Then the week leading up to the Academy ...
By inserting a fictional cast into the framework of real-world events, Aaron Sorkin has provided both an outspoken opinion on American politics and a starting point for research into any number of financial and political issues facing the country.
We are in a moment of transition in the distribution business. DVD is no longer the workhouse it used to be. Blockbuster Video has cut down on its outlets. Everything seems to be moving towards downloading to iPads, computers, phones and to Internet TVs.
There's a special place in my heart for the Masters of the Universe saga. As my childhood attention would drift from the Star Wars line of action fi...
The Babymakers wants to be a Judd Apatow comedy. Instead, it's like a third-rate Comedy Central sitcom, with dirty words, little nudity and fewer laughs than fingers on one hand.
It's hard to imagine two more wildly different films than the lowbrow American comedy The Babymakers and the French arthouse drama Beloved. But their imminent release reveals that Paul Schneider is one of our most versatile actors.
Everyone on this show seems pissed off all the time. They go on lengthy rants and sometimes take the entire episode to make their point.
How refreshing to see men disrobe in a movie instead of women. Oh, there are a few semi-naked women, but Magic Mike celebrates the male anatomy.
We "chicks" have munched our popcorn while romantic comedies became just comedies. So, ladies, we have a mandate. We each have to buy a ticket to Magic Mike. The movie about the male stripper with that guy from The Vow.
I know what you're thinking. Here comes another article regurgitating the notion that today's women can have sex like men and delight in being unhitched.