Masturbation at the movies will get you arrested. (Hey there, Pee Wee Herman!) Masturbation in the movies, however, can make for some memorable, hilarious and scintillating cinema. We've rounded up the best movie masturbation GIFs for your viewing pleasure ... in private, of course.
If you end up donning the same trendy costume as six other ladies at a Halloween party this weekend, don't say we didn't warn you! Find out the top five most-searched women's costumes now!
Last night's Academy Awards were funny and glamorous and, sure, a little bit boring and cheesy—but that's the Oscars, right? A list of the official winners of the 2011 Oscars is at the end of this post. But first, we're giving a few awards of our own.
Ballerina Nina Sayers (Natalie Portman), central character in Darren Aronofsky's Academy Award-nominated film Black Swan, has clearly disowned a major part of her emotional experience, leading a stunted, child-like existence under the watchful eye of her mother Erica (Barbara Hershey). From the opening scene, staged in the apartment shared by mother and daughter, Director Aronofsky vividly conveys a repressive, infantilized atmosphere.
Ever heard of the Best Actress Curse? It's the theory that a woman can't win the Academy Award for Best Actress without subsequently losing her man? It may sound crazy but, according to research, the pattern really exists. With three of the five 2011 Oscar Best Actress nominees in serious relationships, we set out to find out why it happens, how leading ladies can avoid this Hollywood hex and what we non-famous folks can learn from it.
2011 Oscars here we come! We've watched the movies, studied the 83rd Academy Award nominations and created two lists. First predictions for who will win the Academy Award in each of eight categories, and who would win the 2011 Oscar if YourTango stuffed the envelopes. Our criteria? The most realistic, relatable, helpful and smartest portrayals of romantic relationships. Let us know if you agree with us and who YOU would choose to win the 2011 Academy Awards.
Natalie Portman is having quite the year. The actress is a front-runner for the Best Actress Oscar, and she has her first baby on the way. But if the gossip is to be believed, she may not have what a pregnant lady needs the most: a man in the house for those late night ice cream runs.
Relationships are an integral part of our real lives, so it's only fitting that they take center stage onscreen as well. Love-themed story lines were woven throughout this year's Oscar-nominated films, making for gripping, tragic, thrilling and wonderful entertainment. For better of for worse, some of the strongest cinematic moments focused on relationship dynamics, and we gleaned a few helpful lessons from the characters' struggles and triumphs. Take a look at the best onscreen pairings of the year, and then tune into the Academy Award telecast on February 27 to see which of them will score precious Oscar gold.
Every actress dreams of bagging that gorgeous golden Oscar statuette, but if the Best Actress Curse is to be believed, scoring an Academy Award means tanking a relationship (think Sandra Bullock, Kate Winslet and Reese Witherspoon, whose relationships fell apart within a year of their Best Actress wins). If the curse is real, can we then predict who will win the 2011 Best Actress by looking at whose love life is least stable? We hope not!