During the ’20s and ’30s there was a near worldwide fascination with aviation. In the United States, after the Great War, there was a phenomena known as “barnstorming”, where veteran pilots would tour the country...
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Tony Stark: Not just Iron Man any more. In this episode, Ursa discusses the crumbling of Tony’s hyper-masculine ideal to reveal someone who’s actually… kind of great.
Morning Sideboob: Selena Gomez, Wannabe Born-Again Virgin
Morning Sideboob: Monster-in-Law Diana Ross Storms Ashlee Simpson’s Wedding Plans
Morning Sideboob: Tila Tequila Will Be Passing on Her Hitler-Sympathetic Genes
Morning Sideboob: Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin Go to War
A Guide to the ‘Conscious Uncoupling’ of Gwyneth Paltrow and That Dude from Coldplay
Morning Sideboob: Once You’ve Lost Naomi Campbell, You’ve Lost It All
Morning Sideboob: Miley Cyrus Warned You, People
Here Is Your Philip Seymour Hoffman Binge-Watch Guide Because We’re Still Sad
We Need This Expensive Slingshot Imported From Britain Because Gwyneth Paltrow Said So
“I’m assuming the next Iron Man movie will feature two hours of Tony Stark sitting in his living room playing with a Kinect.”
“I’m constantly getting the feeling I was supposed to study ahead of time for this movie.”
Red Carpet Crop Tops Are Wrecking Everything
Phil Buni brings you Wes Anderson’s most underrated film, The Royal Tenenbaums, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, and Luke Wilson as former child prodigies whose lives have all gone horribly wrong thanks to their father (Gene Hackman), who suddenly reappears in their lives, claiming he has weeks to live.
So by now, most of you probably have had a chance to see Iron Man 3. Which is good, because I don’t want to just beat around the bush for four paragraphs and end up saying little more than “it’s really good, but I can’t be too specific on why”.
Sofie got lucky, because a certain big blockbuster was released a little bit earlier in Denmark: Namely, the long anticipated Marvel film Iron Man 3, which marks the end of a trilogy… for now.
Ah, Tony Stark. How Ursa loves you, even if you’re sometimes kind of a jerk. So much so that she’s going to try and explain why. (Then again, she enjoyed Iron Man 2, so what does that tell you?)
Full of Questions proves she’s no sloth by providing snobby analysis of one of her favorite mystery movies ever: David Fincher’s Se7en starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman as two cops on the trail of a serial killer (Kevin Spacey), who murders people according to a fun, seven deadly sins-related theme!