Woman Reads Worst Ever Erotic Fiction to Fiancé; His Face Will Kill You

Real is a book about boxing and fame and broken dreams. It's also a book about sex. Dirty, disgusting sex that's full of grit and gravel and animalistic pounding (with cocks only). Sex that's so ridiculous, that one GoodReads reviewer had to share it with her boyfriend. His reactions? Priceless. And how could they not… » 8/06/14 8:00pm 8/06/14 8:00pm

It Really Doesn’t Seem Fair to Have Lindsay Lohan Mimic Elizabeth Taylor

Brave television pioneers across the country, undeterred by reports of wooden acting and clunky dialogue, have been outfitting their conestoga wagon of a living room with Barefoot pinot noir and pizza flavored Combos (don't judge me) in anticipation of tonight's 9:00 pm premiere of Liz & Dick on Lifetime. Everyone's… » 11/25/12 4:30pm 11/25/12 4:30pm

Didion's New Blue Nights Is Elegiac But Unsatisfying

There are some writers who enter our consciousness at just the right time and remain firmly lodged there for life, affecting, like a penny in a drinking fountain, the taste of everything that comes after. I am speaking primarily of the books one reads between about the ages of 17 and 20. Whether classics or assigned… » 11/04/11 12:40pm 11/04/11 12:40pm

Hancock Will Rule The Weekend, Critics Be Damned

We all know that Will Smith is the King Of Independence Day, and his newest movie, Hancock, about a sort of anti-superhero in search of a new image, is said to be on track for a high-flying $115 million opening weekend...despite a chorus of negative reviews from the country's major movie critics. A quite loud chorus,… » 7/02/08 1:30pm 7/02/08 1:30pm

The Not-So-Secret, Pro-Life Message Of The Secret Life Of The American…

Babies having babies! Seriously, have you had your fill of this subject yet? As most of you know by now, tonight heralds the premiere of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, a one-hour drama created by the same woman who created 7th Heaven and has nothing to say on the issue of teen pregnancy. The plot is fairly… » 7/01/08 4:30pm 7/01/08 4:30pm