In recent articles (The Hollywood Beauty Part 1, 2, and 3) we have discussed the issues with age and beauty in Hollywood, especially among women. Today, our article will focus on how we view and interpret the person we see in the mirror. Continue reading
3rd. Article in our 5-week series on The Next Generation of Films for Women
It’s common knowledge that men and women differ somewhat when it comes to what to watch at the cinema. Men like action and sci-fi, women like romantic comedies and dramas. But the majority of us know these are just clichés. Men and women like a range of genres, not just the assigned stereotypical ones. However there is a problem when it comes to female driven movies that aim to be something more than just the usual superficial films that we expect. Continue reading
Stephenie Meyer is a practicing Mormon and a graduate of Brigham Young University. Many readers of the saga may not know that she instilled her own beliefs into her novels. This article examines the essay written by Margaret Toscano as she takes a closer look at the doctrines of the church and how they weave into the texts. Continue reading
On Saturday the new Hollywood Costume exhibit opened at the Victoria and Albert museum in London. It features more than 100 costumes of the world’s most famous film characters covering a span of a century. Most of the clothes have never been shown publically before, other than on screen of course.