Movies are mostly made up, unless they’re documentaries. Certainly, some are “historical fiction” and include references to real places and events, but really, even if a movie isn’t an historical one, like Saving Private Ryan or something, it’s annoying when details aren’t quite right. For example, in Sex and the City, Carrie reads a book called Love Letters from Great Men, and it’s not even as though you would only know the title if you paused the DVD. She says the title out loud, maybe even several times, and the book doesn’t even exist. The nice folks at the New York Public Library did put together a list of similar options, though. Speaking of the library, it seems that you can’t really get married there. The reception could be held there, but not the ceremony. And even that would cost at least $50,000. [AP, NY Post, NYPL] Keep reading »
Thanks to millions of stupid, sentimental women (including me!) the movie whose name we are no longer saying beat Indiana Jones at the box office. [I saw Indiana Jones as well, and it sucked even harder than the movie whose name we are no longer speaking. -- Editor] [WSJ]
After this IM, we’re seriously not saying the words “Sex and the City” for a very, very, very long time. Cross our hearts and hope to die! Our impressions over IM, after the jump. Oh, and there are spoilers! Keep reading »
If you don’t have tickets to see THAT MOVIE this weekend (either because you don’t care or because it’s sold out, like, everywhere) take the time to do something far more worthwhile with your weekend — chit-chat on our forums!
Charlie Sheen isn’t available — whose sperm would you like to keep on ice?
Don’t forget, Astrosexologist Extraordinaire Kiki T is always waiting to take your sex and love questions — she’ll answer them through the magical connective power she has with the celestial gods, or something.
Last week I provided date-night ensemble ideas inspired by images from Sex and the City and now that the day is finally here, I’ve decided to go into a bit more depth with fashion rules and guidelines inspired by TV’s most beloved fab foursome. For six seasons, these ladies taught us to adopt an ‘anything goes’ approach to fashion, among other things — though we still haven’t forgiven Patricia Field for those giant flower pins. Keep reading »