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5 Movies That Improved The Book (According To The Author)

Uh-oh. They’ve made your favorite book into a movie. And, of course, they’ve changed everything: Bill Spacechek, the courageous Polish protagonist, is now Biff SpaceChest, Aryan super-soldier. That touching scene in the garden is now an exploding cruise ship.

Hollywood seems to love books, except for everything inside of them. But sometimes, when the stars align and the directors sync up just so … sometimes they get it right. And some other times they get it so right that even the original author has to snap his or her fingers and go “Damn, that is way better than the crap I put down.” Read more at Cracked…

What’s Actually Happening When You’re Watching A Movie Sex Scene With Your Family — In GIFs!

Sexless Sex Scenes
The greatest sex scenes in films...without the sex. Read More »
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awkward sex scenes in gifs

We’ve all been through it — what started off as an innocent movie night with the family becomes a wildly uncomfortable experience the minute a surprisingly racy sex scene fills the screen. Let’s relive all the awkwardness — in GIFs — after the jump…

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Hugh Jackman Might Wear His Wolverine Costume While Having Sex, But Probably Not

Today, the celebrity gossip gods have blessed us with a headline that sounds way too juicy to be true: “Hugh Jackman Wears His Wolverine Costume During Sex With His Wife.” So, is it true? Depends on your interpretation of an interview Hugh and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness did with The Sun. During the conversation, the reporter asked Deborra-Lee what it’s like to live with Hugh when he’s in “full Wolverine mode.” She responded, “Oh my God, it’s dreadful! Always with the claws. I’m like, ‘Mix the salad. Put them to use, come on!’” At which point Hugh chimed in with this saucy little comment: “The sheets we go through…” Keep reading »

Someone Made A “Silence Of The Lambs” Skin Suit Cake, For Some Reason

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Do you eat normal cakes and find yourself wishing they resembled human flesh? If so, you probably need to seek urgent professional help, but once you’re in an established therapy routine, you can always call up the creatively twisted bakers at Conjurer’s Kitchen to make your creepy confection dreams come true. Yep, the same people who brought us edible chocolate baby heads have now created this amazingly detailed (and edible!) vanilla cake version of Buffalo Bill’s skin suit from the movie “Silence of the Lambs.” With black cherry filling, naturally. As impressed as I am with the artistry, I might need to add a new category to the terms of my online detox: no more desserts that look like murder victims! [Neatorama]

Bill Murray And Melissa McCarthy Film A Movie Together In NYC

Tell me, HOW is it that I did not know until very recently (like, in the past 20 minutes) that Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy, two of my favorite people in the entire world (okay, fine, in all of Hollywood, I’ve got a family and stuff), were starring in a movie together? And not only that, but a movie that is filming in New York City, where I also live, which means that Melissa and Bill and I are ALL BREATHING THE SAME HUNDRED-DEGREE, POOR QUALITY AIR RIGHT NOW. Here’s a photo from the set of “St. Vincent de van Nuys,” with a grizzled, bloody-faced Bill (in socks and sandals) leaning into the window of a car being operated by Melissa (I swear that’s her in there, right behind the wheel). Forget the (also Manhattan-based) set of “Amazing Spider-Man 2,” or the late “Gossip Girl” (been there, done that, glimpsed Blair Waldorf from afar) — this is one filming session I’d like to crash. Will crash, maybe. [Photo: FameFlynet]

Melissa On "SNL"
Melissa McCarthy's opening monologue on "SNL." Watch »
Bill Murray Facts
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Hamm And McCarthy
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5 Reasons You Need To See “The Heat”

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John DeVore on why funny women are a natural resource. Read More »
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The new Sandra Bullock/Melissa McCarthy movie “The Heat” debuted in theaters this weekend, and killed it at the box office, despite getting so-so reviews from critics. I have no idea what those guys are talking about. This movie is funny. So funny. McCarthy and Bullock star as a cop and FBI agent, respectively, tracking a murderous drug kingpin. But the plot is almost beside the point, because really, this is about two strong personalities that grate against each other but have to settle their differences to solve a crime. Okay, that’s making it sound terrible, but it’s so worth seeing. Here’s why! Keep reading »

6 Essential Parenting Lessons From ’80s Movies

I was a child of the ’80s (and part of the ’90s), which means I had plenty of exposure to what parenthood would really be like from iconic greats like Diane Keaton, Tom Selleck, Michael Keaton, Kirstie Alley, and Goldie Hawn. When I had kids, I was fully expecting to be a Manhattan exec turned baby food inventor just like J.C. Wiatt in “Baby Boom.” It didn’t quite go down like that when I had my daughter a couple of decades later. My husband and I were both work-at-home, stay-at-home parents who knew nothing about  making baby food.

Movies from the ’80s made parenting seem like a terrifying, identity-erasing abyss full of diapers and bottles. The reality is a lot less dramatic, really. Sure, there are diapers and bottles and plenty of really difficult times, but I’ve learned parenting is an endurance test. It’s about blending elements of your pre and post-parent life together. But still, I learned some valuable lessons from my favorite 80′s movies. Here are a few of my favorites and what they taught me…

Mom Vs. Dad
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7 Fictional Father Figures Who Helped Raise Me

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Father figures

I’ve written before about why my dad is awesome, but looking back at my childhood, he definitely wasn’t the only father figure in my life. Being the imaginative weirdo that I was, most of my alternate dads were completely and totally fictional, but that didn’t make them any less integral to my emotional development. It was actually pretty hard to pare down this list, but here are 7 fictional characters — from a Jedi Master to a clumsy handyman — who were my imaginary dads, and taught me a lot about life in their own unique ways… Keep reading »

The 10 Best Masturbation Scenes In Pop Culture History

The Best Masturbation Scenes In Pop Culture

May was national fapping month, I sort of dropped the ball on this post but hey, does one ever stop fapping? I certainly don’t contain my fappetry to a single month of the year. Masturbation is healthy and funny. People make funny faces when they are aroused, so if you aren’t participating with them, that shit is hilarious. On the flip side, sometimes it’s sort of disturbing and uncomfortable. The 10 following scenes are all of the above. Read more on College Candy…

One Woman Director Out Of 20, Cannes? That’s Pretty Dismal

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Jodie Fosters says studio execs see female directors as a risk. Read More »
Where Are The Women?
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Female directors fare better in indie films than Hollywood, says study. Read More »
5 Women To Watch
Five funny female screenwriters to watch. Read More »
Valeria Bruni-Tedesch

So we all know that there’s a dearth of women in the movie-making business — just in case you’re not up to speed there was a whole study done about it.  The best place to view this disparity is the Cannes Film Festival in France: of the 20 films competing for the top prize, the Palme d’Or, only one is by a female director. Keep reading »

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