Michelle Pfeiffer plays a cougar from another era in this delightful film.
Michelle Pfeiffer plays a cougar from another era in this delightful film. Although Cheri, like its title character, does not reach the depth it strives for, it nonetheless is an enjoyable picture—for those who like the period piece genre.
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"My husband and I have been married for 10 years. I'm eager to incorporate some fantasy into the bedroom. Where do I begin?" Joyce, New Hampshire
A night of drunken debauchery is still the best way to prepare a man for marriage.
A bachelor party, contrary to popular belief, is not a celebration of marriage. In fact, it's the opportunity to refute its very principles. A kick-ass bachelor proves a man, "still has it," is still studly and most importantly, is still on the market, at least in theory.
Men and women have different preferences when it comes to movies.
Ah, date movies. Your chance to escape into a world where men are gallant, or at least endearingly flawed; where lovelorn boyfriends throw rocks at windows; where a poor guy can marry a rich woman; and couples kiss in a field of green grass without noticing the rain on their faces.
Why do you like date movies? Romance? Escape? Laughter? Take our poll and let us know!
Poll: Why Do You Like Date Movies? :
I see the best parts of relationships in these movies.
I'm a sucker for a passionate kiss and an against-all-odds romance.
It's a chance to escape from my real life.
I want my boyfriend or husband to take a hint about being more romantic!
Feel-good entertainment and laughter are good for the soul.
Meh. I don't really like date movies.
Date movies: do you see them with your guy? Let us know!
Poll: How Often Do You See Date Movies? :
Always. He's not particular and usually lets me choose.
Always. We only see movies we can both agree on.
About half the time. We trade off—I get one romantic movie for every one of his horror horror/sci-fi/explosion movies.
Never. I beg and plead, but I can't get him to go see a date movie.
Never. Neither of us likes romantic films.
A filmmaker is paying people to auction off their virginity on camera.
Guess what. Contrary to everything the church, the Bush administraton and Jessica Simpson have told you, your virginity is not priceless. No, dear hearts. There is a price that can be put on it and that price is $20,000. Plus a film role. Plus 90% of the highest bid when your virginity is auctioned off to the masses. Or so says an Australian filmmaker.
Guys just don't like date movies. One man explains why.
Guys never love date movies. Oh, we go all right—but we're there because we want to see YOU. We always find something to watch and/or laugh at, but don't kid yourself: we definitely feel like we're taking one for the team. Jen Aniston in a towel is nice, but doesn't erase the sneaking suspicion that we've been tricked into watching a chick flick in disguise. Here's why.
It's hard work keeping Manhattan's most powerful men undressed and on point.
"Sex is everywhere in The Girlfriend Experience, except there's no sex," one critic commented. "We come to understand that Soderbergh is less interested in sex work than he is in work." And so it seems The Girlfriend Experience really is a movie based upon the relationships, not the raunchy bits, of Manhattan's highest paid hookers.