Robert Pattinson‘s new movie “Water For Elephants” is scoring big with audiences, with 93 percent of Rotten Tomatoes viewers giving it a thumbs up, but how does it score amongst critics?
In the film adaptation from the book with the same name, Rob portrays a veterinarian who experiences a tragic loss and runs away, then finds himself working with a circus. After joining the rag tag team, Jacob finds himself falling in love with the ringleader’s wife, played by Hollywood’s sweetheart Reese Witherspoon.
Renowned critic Roger Ebert gave the movie three stars, calling the film “endearingly old-fashioned,” and “a movie made of real people and plausible sets.” Meanwhile, the movie review site Rotten Tomatoes was not as kind as their viewers. Read more… Keep reading »
Nowadays, I believe this would be known as a book about statutory rape. Oh, how things have changed since the ’70s. And is there something we didn’t know about Cheryl Tiegs? [Ceedling] Keep reading »
We had no clue who the kid with the terrible haircut was standing next to Emma Roberts (side note: the styling on the cover is … uh … bad), until we scanned around and spotted a familiar surname: Culkin. Yes, he’s a Culkin, but probably not one you’ve seen before. This here is Rory Culkin, the youngest of the Culkins — born in 1989 and a full nine years younger than Macaulay. See him with Roberts (and her glorious teeth) in the new “Scream 4.” [Nylon] Keep reading »
“At Vogue we’re going to have certain issues devoted to green. We’ve asked certain designers to make green clothes. I don’t think everyone should be wearing hip sacks and burlap blouses. There’s still room for luxury … You have to wake up and be conscious of everything, the way you dispose of things. I do make trips to the Dumpster. And I am proud of that because it’s far from my house. But I make a special effort to go to the Dumpster and put the cardboard with the cardboard, and plastic with the plastics.”
– André Leon Talley, Vogue‘s editor-at-large and “America’s Next Top Model” judge , on how he’s living a green lifestyle. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
Since I decided to go bold with my lipstick two years ago, there have been few occasions that I’ve painted my pout nude. Yet, my boyfriend can’t seem to get past “the attention” my bright lips bring.
I proudly rock bold lips for me and could care less about the stares or whispers. Sorry, J!
And according to a new survey from L’Oréal Paris, there are many women out there like me who refuse to bite the bold lipstick bullet. Read more… Keep reading »
Even if you’re a die-hard jeans girl 10 months out of the year, when summer arrives, heavy denim is probably the last thing you reach for. But HUDSON jeans’ spring/summer 2011 collection is denim you can actually tolerate in the heat. Inspired by the culture of Dogtown and Venice, CA in the ’70s, the collection is laid-back, but also has a European edge. The jeans are made of lightweight denim that has been softened and come in faded red, pink, yellow hues. But even if colored denim isn’t your thing, HUDSON jeans are also available in light and medium wash blue and white–in styles ranging from skinny to shorts to flare to cropped. HUDSON continues to play with the DIY elements, like repair stitches, frayed edges, exposed button flies, and distressed holes, I loved last year. But the two jean styles that grabbed my attention were a pair of red cropped jeans and pair of white “N.1 AXL” skinny jeans with leather lacing along the back of the calf, from the HUDSON by Georgia-May Jagger collaboration. See more pics after the jump. [HUDSON] Keep reading »