30 percent. How many of the roles in the 100 highest-grossing movies from 2007 to 2014 were played by women, according to research from the University of Southern California.
Monthly Archive: November 2015
Paradox Podcast Episode 7: Paris Attacks, Primary Debates and the Movies You Love Aren’t Funny (You’re Just Nostalgic)
In week seven of the Paradox podcast, we are joined by Becket Adams, correspondent for The Washington Examiner. Unpopular Opinions Becket – “The Princess Bride” and “Monty Python” aren’t actually that funny, you just...
“[T]he real story here,” writes Marcotte, “is how young people today are living in stressful, often unmanageable situations. No wonder some of them don’t act perfectly all the time.” Oh really.
When I first heard about the FDA shutting down 23andMe’s health report, I was deeply upset.
Lawrence’s Tiffany is a step forward for women in film because she completely destroys the Madonna-whore dichotomy and any other binary that has limited how women are portrayed.
I think breaking through to heaven will be—in an infinitely more glorious fashion—akin to meeting someone you know only from Twitter.
There are some things money can’t buy. For everything else, there’s the Saks Fifth Avenue catalog.
Anything we don’t want to blast to our network of friends doesn’t count. God is only invoked when it’s a “blessing.”
“Cinderella” is gorgeously produced, earnestly played and for a story about as old as time, refreshingly nuanced.