In the contemporary age we live in, the plot of The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer is one which is apt to instill definite uncomfortable feelings in some people. The name, the story and the plot itself all sound more than a bit dated. However, when looked at […]
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History is ultimately written by the winners. This adage is true politically, militarily and even in pop culture. The names and reputations of the Big 5 studios live on. However, so much more happened during this time. Much more happened than the daily goings on at: MGM, 20th […]
This week we’re celebrating the anniversary of Say Anything, the movie that told us if a man’s willing to blast Peter Gabriel outside your window, he’s a keeper. In all honesty, the use of pop music in this film became synonymous with it and inspired us to look […]
As we continue to honor the teen movies of our youth, we thought it’d be worthwhile to go back to the beginning: the men who shaped us into the women we are today. We’re looking at the crushes we had as girls that have influenced all of our […]
I’ve made no secret of my love of all things classic cinema. In fact, I’m truly surprised that last year was my first time at the Turner Classic Movies Film Festival. As I told our own Kristen Lopez (the Dame responsible for getting me there), “I’ve found my […]
I’m chronicling the rise of a new Thirst Trap in today’s column. Well, I suppose it’s not a new obsession, just a bit of a dormant one. As a child I was (a bit!) of a drama nerd. If it was a Broadway show between 1996 and 2004, […]
With this month marking the anniversaries of both 10 Things I Hate About You and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, it’s worthwhile to look at the cinematic adaptations of the Bard we love. Some of these are literal adaptations, some loose modern takes, but they’re all ways to get […]