The fact that kids’ movies are way better than they used to be should not confuse the situation, however. You should not imagine for a moment that you are going to enjoy yourself. My goodness, no. A trip to the movies with children in the summer is a situation to be survived. Which is why you need a survival guide.
—From “Stay sharp” and avoiding your kid unleashing the moves they just learned in “Kung Fu Panda 2,” to “Bring lots of Money and then forget about it,” Stephen Marche offers 5 tips on “How to See A Movie With Kids.” Read it in Esquire.
Vulture charted the difference between some of Hollywood’s leading men and their on-screen love interests. As the actors age, their on-screen romantic partners are almost always younger. In addition to Washington’s chart here, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise and Johnny Depp are charted.
See all the charts on Vulture.
"If opportunity knocks and he’s not home, opportunity waits."
More on the new Most Interesting Man In The World ads in AdWeek.
Powerful speech by Robert F. Kennedy on “mindless menace of violence.” He made the speech the day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated.
Please take the six minutes to listen to it.
Casino Royale: 60 years old today
Ian Fleming’s James Bond novel Casino Royale was first published on April 13 1953 and there is an intriguing tale behind the original screenplay of the 007 film adaptation.
Happy 67th birthday Al Green!
at what point in history do you think americans stopped having british accents
Actually, Americans still have the original British accent. We kept it over time and Britain didn’t. What we currently coin as a British accent developed in England during the 19th century among the upper class as a symbol of status. Historians often claim that Shakespeare sounds better in an American accent.