You are now logged in. Forgot your password? In the grand, effluvia-soaked tradition of Hollywood Babylon , Scotty Bowers' recent memoir, Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars , lets it all hang out when it comes to exposing screen giants' erotic excesses. Like MGM in its heyday, the book has more stars than there are in heaven. From silent-screen royalty such as Gloria Swanson and Ramon Novarro to classy Brits such as Cary Grant and Elsa Lanchester to American legends such as Mae West and Rock Hudson, Bowers dishes long and hard on just who preferred what kind of sex, how often, and with what sort of partner s.
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Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan get their freak on in Freaky Friday, as a mother and daughter forced to walk a day in each other's shoes. It's a conventional but pleasantly cosy remake of the Jodie Foster body-swap comedy. And in the oldest tradition of Disney moviemaking, you can be sure of a few life lessons thrown in between the laughs. Lohan gives it large as year-old tomboy rock-chick Anna, a little rough around the edges and with a tongue to match. Her hormonal outbursts frequently bring her into head-on collision with strait-laced mom Dr Tess Coleman Jamie Lee Curtis , a psychiatrist who uses every psychoanalytic trick to bring her teen into line. But it takes a couple of magical Chinese fortune cookies for the pair to start seeing the world through each other's eyes - literally.
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Think you got what it takes to write for Cracked. Then submit an article or some other pieces of content. Maybe Always Be Closing isn't a particularly ethical business model. By Batman logic, all of these movies and shows should be vigilante superheroes. It's time to purge some misinformation from your memory banks.
So why go to a video store? So the freaks can huddle in a mass before scuttling off into their respective screen-lit corners, duh. Srsly tho, media shapes our worldviews and identities so much that some theorists have said that TV is the true American education system. And, especially in this streamlined world of Netflix and such, what really gets lost is the joy of discovery.