Wolves are an important piece in Mother Nature’s puzzle .
Hollywood doesn’t always have it right when it comes to facts, so here’s what you should know about human trafficking.
How to feel less numb and isolated personally, and how you can help end the racism and sexual violence that stems from men’s fear of otherness.
Imagine if movie heroes could be vulnerable and emotional.
Joanna Schroeder thinks there’s something very different about the holiday film Love Actually, and it’s the men that make it so special.
Andrew Smiler argues that men’s love is incredibly powerful and that American culture can’t deal.
Jay Snook says Seth’s latest has some clever bits but overall isn’t that funny.
Christian Clifton looks at the themes in The Grey and how it brought him face to face with his faith and mortality.
This comment by Sandra Mellott on the post What Happens When We Don’t Teach Boys About Sex?
Author Steven Luna’s confession: he enjoyed the film “Love Actually.” Here’s why.
For Kevin Macku, “Kingdom of Heaven” was a game changer. ——— I suck at chess. I get too emotionally invested in pawns. Of course, the best way for people to not lose at chess is to not play, but then we become pawns ourselves. ♦◊♦ “Kingdom of Heaven” is a romantic fictionalization of the life […]
Beyond self-indulgent remakes, beyond ill-considered remakes, beyond even pointless remakes, there lies… the LaBeouf.
Doctor NerdLove surprises even himself in recommending the Christmas romantic comedy “Love, Actually” as a source for dating and relationship advice.
Josh Bowman talks about The Warrior: a classic archetype of masculinity. This is the tough guy, the stoic soldier, the fierce competitor. But it isn’t all of us.
Apple news and a sequel to a classic Black film are topics discussed on this week’s installment of the web radio show.