Here are some more digestible categories. We're calling them the Fauxscars, and we're hoping that the phrase "Fauxscar Bait" catches. We're looking forward to you explaining that expression to Helen Mirren.
As part of their "Best of 2012" series, the good folks at MOMI are screening David Cronenberg's film adaptation of the great Don Delilo's 2000 novel, Cosmopolis. Both are worth your time. Note to purists: skip this review, the film, and read the book first.
Now that 2012 is over, it's always interesting to look back and see what our favorite Hollywood couples have been doing in the romance department and make some predictions of what will happen in the year to come.
Three years ago when I stared blogging on the Huffington Post, I was lost, confused and immature. I used this platform to indulge on whatever topics I...
There are certain details of this film that one has to accept in order to appreciate it. First, aside from the vampires' requisite to drink blood, the Twilight saga movies focuses on the majestic viewpoint of vampires rather than their dark side.
Twilight University said they needed new blood, so our heroine took the job.
A winner at the box office last weekend ($141.3 million), no doubt the film has enough legs to last through the holiday season.That said, there are a few things to be grateful for as the film series (finally) wraps up.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, is still the kind of moody, formless slog we've been through before, only slightly energized by a long-delayed bit of action.
Watch intently as the love triangle between Edward, Bella and Jacob unfolds throughout a slew of amusing comedy sketches, animations, and remixes, including the classic Bad Lip reading, trailer spoofs, emo vampire song, Barking Dawg Paw 2 Petody and, of course, "Jacob, keep your shirt on."
A year ago this week, I had never seen a Twilight movie. Then I liveblogged three Twilight movies and kept a running diary of my experiences at a sc...
Could it be a publicity stunt designed to change attitudes while they're on their worldwide promotional tour for the final Twilight movie? Or could it be, now that the dust has settled, that they both realize that they still really love each other?
As a die-hard romantic, I'm always thrilled when couples that have broken up get back together again. Especially if they parted ways because of something so inevitable as one of them sleeping with another person.
When male celebrities and politicians have affairs, the public is generally willing to accept their apologies without it having to bring down their relationship or career. So why does it seem different when a woman cheats?
I don't care if Kristen Stewart and Rupert Sanders did it in a car, in a bar, in a house or with a mouse. But while I might not be concerned for K-Stew, I am concerned for my younger stepsister who idolizes and worships her.
David Cronenberg's latest film is Cosmopolis, starring Robert Pattinson and Paul Giamatti: a cautionary tale of 21st-century capitalism, excess, violence, and spiritual lethargy.
I have no idea what the future of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart is or should be. But I do know that they both, their public, and the media should understand what went on and its context far more completely.