TV is not real. Even good TV is not real. And Game of Thrones is certainly not real. So stop yelling about the morality of a crime committed in a fictional kingdom peopled by demons.
Lena Dunham's show Girls has been routinely criticised for being too white, privileged and reminiscent of Sex and the City. Bethanie Blanchard explains why that's unfair.
Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte have a lot to answer for. It was their multiplex stinker Sex and the City 2 that sent the time-honoured chick flick into a near-terminal decline, writes James Wolcott.
With the media focus more and more on Kevin Rudd, the many weeks of near parity with Tony Abbott’s coverage now seems well in the past. But no one could escape Sex and the City.
W H Chong pens an obit to Dennis Hopper, as well as to the death of the American Dream, as seen by the glassy dead-eyed, pumped- and pimped-up women of Sex and the City.
Yes, Sex and the City film sequel is getting god awful reviews. But, the lifestyle encouraged -- not having children still makes you cool -- makes it the greenest film all year.
The Sex and the City franchise has become decidedly uncool -- the pleasure lies in anticipating the next catty, bilious review. They're well deserved, says Mel Campbell from the red carpet.
You don't have to actually be a Sex and the City fan to enjoy this foul-mouthed and hilarious review of the new film. In fact, it's probably better if you're not. Nothing like a dash of religious fundamentalism with your Cosmos!
Ladies, be warned. We work and earn less than men, yet are more likely to spend our incomes on frivolous items. Meaning, we have less savings and less financial independence. It's a trend that has to end, says Jen Vuk.