Shane Allison’s poem is whimsical yet somehow ominous, reminiscent of Wallace Stevens’s “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird.”
In his review of Gravity, Rich Monetti ends up imaging if George Clooney were Dave Bowman.
The Coen brothers are together again to bring a brand new comedy to fansThe Coen brothers are known for their clever comedies. They have directed such wonderful movies like O Brother Where Art Thou and Intolerable Cruelty and these film were clever and introduced a new kind of comedy. The first trailer for Hail, Caeser! has…
In seeing Tomorrowland, Alex Yarde suggests no adults should be admitted unaccompanied by a child.
A fun new film made for dreamers of all agesImagine a place where there is no suffering, greed, corruption or disease. A place that not only looks futuristic, but is the one place left where anything is possible. It sounds like a dream right? Well not in this new movie from Disney that comes out…
Beauty and a sexy body may top most guys’ wish list for a woman, but Tor Constantino offers a few superior traits to consider.
James M. Sama reflects on Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s choice of a spouse and posits that truly secure guys know how to appreciate a powerful, independent woman.
What’s with the age difference, George?
Himay Zepeda on recognizing the moment when…
Clooney’s film focuses on a different kind of war tragedy, and its central question is just as valid during peacetime.
“The Monuments Men” looks to cast different light on the cliched WWII movie genre, will it live up to its promising plot-line?
Simms Jr. had sex appeal. He thought. But it hasn’t seemed that way, recently. Here, he examines the disappearance of his mojo.
You’re trapped in an elevator with George Clooney and Sandra Bullock. One will become your best friend. The other will become your greatest enemy. Which one is which?
Noah Berlatsky wonders, does the man have the male gaze or does the male gaze have the man?
Doctor NerdLove examines the alluring “it factor” some people have, and offers ways we can enhance our own charisma.
Valentine Brkich discusses the joys of parenthood with his future self.