These six flicks, from “Pretty Woman” to “The Devil Wears Prada,” can be your own form of retail therapy.
Movie fandom in the age of pause buttons has given us so much: the ability to repeat snippets of scenes, to enjoy unlimited bathroom breaks, and most especially, to discover tiny editing gaffes and other moviemaking mistakes that you usually don’t catch the first time around. Take a closer look at “Pulp Fiction,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and more.
Some support your rap career, others accept your alcoholism…and some even earn you some quick cash by turning your house into a brothel to earn you some cash. Working girls are more than just streetwalkers in miniskirts and high heels; in fact, at the movies, they often make for some of the most colorful characters onscreen. Here are 10 fictional prostitutes with hearts of gold we’d love to meet someday.
We have a dream that one day, people will deal with sex rationally and reasonably. Sure, we know that everyone loses it a little when they’re head over heels in lust — but we’re talking about something much deeper and more ingrained and more screwed up. Like orthodox Jewish men blurring their glasses so they don’t have to look at immodest women… or men visiting prostitutes for emotional intimacy… or the U.K. making it illegal to own depictions of sexual acts (like fisting) that are perfectly legal to engage in (just ask Christian Grey).
We have a love-hate relationship with sex research — on the one hand, we think it’s incredibly important to study how and why we do (or don’t do) what we do when the lights go out. But on the other hand — well, a lot of this research can be a little on the flimsy side. This week, sex research highlights teen sexting, work-life balance and how to fake love.
America’s ‘90s sweetheart, Julia Roberts is entering a sort of grand dame phase, which is interesting as she unexpectedly ages into character-actor territory.
Once the fresh-faced star of dramas and rom-coms—and the loveliest prostitute in ages in 1990’s PRETTY WOMAN—Roberts was an appealing ingénue with a smile that brightened any screen and a fascinating ability to laugh and cry at the same time. I always thought she was a good actress—not just a good movie star—and was beside myself when she won the Oscar for 2000’s ERIN BROCKOVICH, playing a fiery legal assistant with cleavage and chutzpah.