How does your Academy Awards choice for Best Picture reflect on you in the dating pool?
The 2012 Oscars (or The 84th Annual Academy Awards if you're scouring the DVR listings to find it) are tonight! You've probably already made your Oscar pool picks (or plan to root for that one movie you actually saw). But how does your choice for Best Picture reflect on you in the dating pool?
Woody Allen's 2011 comedy is up for an Oscar this year. We take a look at what it says about love.
We are super-excited about the Oscars, which are this Sunday, but it turns out that out of all nine Best Picture nominees, most of us have only seen "Midnight in Paris" and maybe one other movie. Oops. It makes sense that the YourTango staff has a penchant for romantic movies, but does "Midnight in Paris," Woody Allen's latest, stand a chance at winning Best Picture?
As we look forward to this Sunday's Oscars, let's reminisce about romantic quotes from older movies.
As we look forward to this Sunday's Oscars, let's reminisce about romantic quotes from older movies. From Casablanca to Dirty Dancing, here are the top 10 quotes about love from the most romantic movies of all time. Let us know what quotes we left off the list in the comments.
Want a lasting bond? Channel the Oscar-worthy marriages of Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep.
Today, one in two marriages will end in divorce. So, how can any couple, well-known or not, keep their marriage divorce-proof? In honor of the Academy Awards this weekend, here are five tips that have guided my husband and me through the years. Follow them and you're more likely to have a marriage like Oscar darlings Streep and Bridges, instead of one that would easily fall victim to the Best Actress curse.
Is the Oscar curse real and will The Help's Viola Davis be a victim of it?
Many actresses have experienced relationship disasters that occurred shortly after winning their Oscar. Sandra Bullock (2010), Kate Winslet (2009), Reese Witherspoon (2006), Hilary Swank (2005), Halle Berry (2002), and Julia Roberts (2001) are among the Best Actress winners who have fallen victim to the curse.
Why the funny actress is changing the game for all women!
Melissa McCarthy has been capturing the hearts of television viewers for over a decade. In the early 2000s, she played the lovable, scatter-brained Snookie on 'Gilmore Girls.' Last year, she won an Emmy for her new television role as Molly in the comedy series, 'Mike & Molly.'