The infuriatingly tragic true story of the Hollywood superstar whose brain was ignored because she was beautiful. A stupendous tribute to a remarkable woman.
Star Wars is stuck “a long time ago”: in a 1950s mindset that was already outmoded when the first film was released in 1977.
Because why on Earth should a multibillion-dollar global corporation like Time Inc. have to pay its employees? That’s an unnecessary burden on a business.
A debauched end-of-empire horror story disguised as an outrageous comedy, with remarkable performances from Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill.
This is purely as an exercise in creative contrarianism. I don’t imagine anyone reading this would actually welcome a “second-screen” experience at the multiplex.
Do we have some sense of famous people as all-around authorities? Is it a subconscious desire to be like the people we admire?
New York Post critic Kyle Smith cries foul at the fact that Kristen Stewart is so well paid for Twilight, but he seems to miss a key point…
I’m not even surprised by the fact that Rupert Murdoch would bully a teenager into working for him for free in exchange for positive coverage (which his outlets then failed to offer)…
I got an email recently from a staffer at Forbes.com who asked me to contribute content to that site, for which I would be paid the princely sum of $0.00.
His secret: Perry just doesn’t make the same old shit again and again. He makes new, different shit.