Can Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone make a rom-com work? Guess.
Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone make an irresistible team in this winner of a rom-com. Throw in a funny and original script, add a dash of Marissa Tomei and Kevin Bacon, and layer on a few endearing newcomers, and you have a film that almost anyone can enjoy. So...can we say "good date movie?"
Why won't he go see Crazy Stupid Love with you? Because men and women bond differently.
Tis the season for summer blockbusters, and your anticipated choice for your next romantic date with your man would obviously be Crazy Stupid Love, starring Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Steve Carrell. To your astonishment, your date has bought tickets for Cowboys & Aliens. Your man is excited about Cowboys & Aliens star Olivia Wilde, who is rated number one in Maxim magazine's "Hot 100" list of 2009. While you may like Daniel Craig's washboard abs as much as the next girl, and you would enjoy this movie under different circumstances, it does not fit your idea of a romantic movie with your man followed by a candlelight dinner and then home for some sexual bonding. Of course, your man is completely baffled by your annoyance.
YourTango's own 2011 Oscars nominations for the best and worst onscreen relationships.
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.
The actress reveals her real reasons for marrying Bart Freundlich.
Julianne Moore is one lucky woman. She not only starred in an Oscar-nominated movie, The Kids Are Alright, she has been happily married for over seven years to her husband Bart Freundlich. Nevertheless, the actress says she would never have taken the plunge to walk down the aisle if it wasn't for her strong family values—and her therapist.
Noah Wyle's split from his wife of 11 years was due in part to a year-long affair Noah had been carrying on with an actress, the National Enquirer reports, and also to another affair he had with a second actress starting last year.
Babies are expensive, maybe you're a nympho, White House romance on film.
Love Bytes: three must click sex, dating and relationship links.
Raising kids is expensive on two salaries, and even more expensive on one. [Sirens]
Are you a nympho? Or do you just like getting it on? [Ask Dan And Jennifer]
Women who truly enjoy sex often get labeled as nymphomaniacs, or "nymphos" for short. Just because a woman likes sex and enjoys having it, does that make her a "nympho?" What if she’s recently lost weight or had a big life change and has started to see herself in a more sexual way?
Dennis Quaid and Julianne Moore have been cast to play a certain real-life White House couple in HBO's upcoming movie A Special Kind Of Relationship. Can you guess who the couple is? [Huffington Post]
Socially conscious and eco-friendly goods for the “do-good” valentine.
Does a store-bought card make you think of deforestation? A bouquet of flowers conjure images of pesticide pollution? Whether for yourself or your Al-Gore-inspired Valentine, here are three gift ideas that will keep the conscience clean and happy.