As our TV screens fill with images of fat people being beaten into submission on The Biggest Loser or beautiful women apologizing for their muffin top...
Here are some short and sweet reasons why you should avoid these new comedies.
With a $25 million budget that's probably less than what a Transformers sequel spends on fake sweat for Shia LaBeouf, Pain & Gain tells the true story of a trio of Miami weightlifters whose dreams of quick money turned into a crime spree.
Though Pain and Gain will leave you feeling a bit spent, you will have deposited your emotions in a worthwhile experience.
We've already talked about Rebel Wilson's vagina joke at the MTV Movie Awards this week, but a piece by Dina Gachman at Forbes Women criticized anothe...
I think it's time we start getting more creative with our lady humor.
With more and more people consuming late night TV online the morning after, if celebrities want as many people as possible to see their appearances th...
Chris Hemsworth is Australia's greatest actor ever, simply because no muscleman of his prowess has such great acting ability, and no other fine actor looks so muscular.
Old-fashioned versus new-fangled -- the eternal struggle. And it's been more interestingly told before than it is in Pitch Perfect, Jason Moore's by-the-numbers musical comedy.
When the well-reviewed HBO series "Girls" was suffering post-premiere backlash, one of the main complaints that critics lobbed at the show -- besides ...
Bachelorette is a solid and engaging character study wrapped up in vulgarity. The raunch feels organic and the film never reaches for a 'water-cooler moment' at the expense of its characters and its story.
Comedies in which women talk dirty and act stupid and horny -- is this such a hard to genre to get right?
After all of the cocaine has been snorted and dance parties have subsided, at the end of Bachelorette, I wasn't sure whether I really loved every character, or really, really hated every character. I believe, in some cases (and especially here), that's a good thing.
CBS's programming is easy-to-digest and relies heavily on legal and law enforcement procedurals. What sort of material does CBS have to fill the soon-to-be-empty slots? More of the same.