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'"In movies, a female spy often wins the trust of her male target using her physical attractiveness," the study notes. In other words, feed James Bond some meds and he'll be invincible'
Hilarious. Whoever wrote this must have never watched a James Bond movie. He always wins the female targets trust using his sexual...more
Why don't movie studios come up with new ideas like other Marvel superheroes instead of just trying to cash in on something already done. When an IronMan without RDJ comes to theatres, I wont be going to see it.
Oh my gosh, stop the presses. Are they saying men and women have similar mindsets? They're not from different planets. My goodness, who would've thought?... I 'm just kidding. How is this news? Haven't they seen that episode of Seinfeld? "Enoughs enough already, I need to get some sleep."
Two kids and she wishes she never had them as they took away from her "me" time. That's quite selfish. Too bad they didn't ask her mother how she felt raising five or her sons how it was to be raised by her. Then again, in my experience, all these writer types are a bunch of self absorbed nuisances. Wouldn't be surpris...more