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Anne Hathaway Just Another Casualty of Bride Wars

After seeing Bride Wars, it makes some measure of sense that Anne Hathaway would mount such a spirited defense of her role in it. Hathaway is, in fact, the only life that this film has. Hathaway's performance enables her to occasionally lift her character, an altruistic schoolteacher named Emma who gains strength and confidence while fighting for her dream wedding, out of the dull and...

Cheating

I know it's kinda cheating to just post a blog post about a blog post I like, but...

I can't help it; I really love this blog.

What blogs do you love?

Sometimes Brevity Just Wins

If you are not one of the millions who has viewed Where the Hell is Matt?  you're in for a treat.

nationalim in sports

The LA Times is reporting the story of Turkish basketball fans protesting the war in Gaza at a game against Israeli team, Bnei Hasharon (http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/babylonbeyond/2009/01/israel-the-gaza.html.)

Indoors, the mood was red-hot with crowds chanting slogans against Israel and supporting Hamas.

Although police were present, things didn't cool down, and when fans...

The Box's Crush of the Week: Joel McHale

If you love TV but don't have time to watch all of it, then you should at least be watching The Soup. It's the best way to get caught up on all the bizarre moments you missed on soap operas, obscure reality shows, and even regional morning newscasts. A team of writers and interns for the show actually devotes their day to watching TV and then goofing on it for our entertainment. What better...

Power Pack: The Women of Mad Men

We don't know about you, but we here at Bitch have been on the edge of our mid-century modern seats waiting to hear whether or not Mad Men is being renewed for a third season. Rumor had it that the show might get cancelled, but this Variety article confirms otherwise. Mad Men is coming back!

Let's all loosen our high-waisted secretary skirts in a collective sigh of relief.Mad Men has...

This Week in Trailers: The Return of Kathryn Bigelow

Here's your weekly round-up of movie trailers from the Web, including Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker, All About Steve, Streetfighter: The Legend of Chun-Li and The Last House on the Left... after the jump!

Anne Hathaway Challenges You to be Empowered by Bride Wars

I almost passed on blogging about Bride Wars, which opens this weekend, because it seemed, well, almost a little too easy to call it out for its shabby, mean-spirited treatment of women.  After all, this is a film about two lifelong pals who abandon their friendship in favor of an epic, demeaning catfight over their unbelievably lavish and costly dream weddings.  Bridezilla, thy name is woman...

Dude Plays Like A Lady?

I checked my "gender" updates on Google News this morning (you know me, I love gender news) and found this article on NBA basketball player Pau Gasol. The article is from a sports website called The Bleacher Report, and the headline reads, "After Tonight's Game the NBA Orders Pau Gasol to Take Gender Test."

WTF?

 

Fun, Food, Feminism

It's not often you see the truth told about food and race, but here is terrific article with many interesting links that take a look at the erroneous assumptions of Chinese food and how it relates - and what it says - about US American culture.

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