We've all worried — some of us more seriously than others — if we're going to die alone. In the movie 50/50, it's not really a joke.
In What's Your Number?, Ally Darling's (Anna Faris) day — which has already consisted of getting both dumped and fired — goes from bad to worse when she reads a Marie Claire article claiming that women who've had 20 or more sexual partners usually end up alone (with several cats and the whole deal).
Are you mesmerized by the finale of every romantic drama on-screen? Are you looking for your Jerry Maguire? Well, when it comes to real love, the story line doesn't always unfold like your favorite movie scene. 10 Most Romantic Movie Moments In this video, YourTango experts and dating coach duo Orna and Matthew Walters talk about the "360 relationship." In order to find the one for you, you should already be living a complete life.
It's a good weekend to go to the movies. Why? Because there are so many famous handsome men in new flicks debuting today, that the combined star power is just too much to ignore.
Lately, I've noticed a lot of famous dudes talking about their nude scenes. After the jump, your favorite males stars on taking it all off for their art.
In "Sex and the City," the landmark 90s television series, Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw character was the dream girl for millions of young women who fantasized about living in the big city, dating hot guys and wearing fabulous shoes (and not necessarily in that order). Now, Carrie appears to have grown up: Parker—as ever, enviably thin, chic, and charmingly rumpled—is starring in "I Don't Know How She Does It," which opens this weekend.
Controversial new movie "Circumstance" explores the lives of lesbians forced to live in the shadows. Omid Memarian talks to women in Iran who say the movie doesn’t do their predicament justice.
Rashida Jones just can't stop talking about her experience making out with Zooey Deschanel, whose girlfriend she plays in 'Our Idiot Brother.' Or is it that people just can't stop asking her about it?
The new film The Help is a timely example of art imitating life. Based on Kathryn Stockett's 2009 New York Times bestseller of the same name, the movie, which opened in theaters nationwide on Aug. 10, weaves together the stories of three women—two disgruntled black maids, played by Octavia Spencer and Doubt's Viola Davis, and the fearless, white, recent college grad, played by Easy A's Emma Stone, who dares to tell their story—in early 1960's Jackson, Mississippi.
Jolly good news! Working Title Films has confirmed that the everyone's favorite self-deprecating spinster will be making a triumphant return to the big screen in a third installment of the Bridget Jones films— except she's no longer a spinster, of course. Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant, and Colin Firth will all reprise their roles from the first two movies.
Lionsgate has announced plans to remake the inimitable Dirty Dancing, and the blogosphere (and Twitter-sphere) are pretty outraged about it. Would you put Baby in a remake?
Steve Carell knows a lot about comedy; there's no doubt about it. From his big-screen hits like The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Little Miss Sunshine to his popular television series The Office, Carell has proven over and over that he's one funny guy. But what you might not know is that Carell is also something of an expert on marriage, too.
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?"
The summer film season is in high swing. The latest movie is Cowboys & Aliens. Director Jon Favreau teams up with Daniel Craig with Harrison Ford for some Western/sci-fi action. Tough guys talk tough, Native Americans get wise and aliens run amok. The flick is destined to be a box office success, but is it a date movie?
Are romantic comedies realistic portrayals of real-life relationships? Can watching chick flicks with your girlfriends hurt your love life? YourTango Experts Charles J. Orlando and Lisa Steadman hash out if lovey-dovey plot lines are playing with the female psyche. Find out which movie to choose for your next girls' night out! Are Romance Novels Bad For Women?