Thelma and Louise

We are surrounded by trends. Not a day goes by where some media isn't announcing a trend. Any trend. Now we finally have a divorce trend that matches my hair color and that of a very large number of the population.
There is a social stigma that comes with allowing ourselves to ask for help once we are grown up.
The Oscar-winning 1991 road trip buddy film directed by Ridley Scott and written by Callie Khouri was groundbreaking. Not only did its two empowered female characters strike a worldwide nerve, the movie also helped set the bar higher for female roles.
I've spent half a century watching films that are by, for, and about men. I've paid too much of my hard-earned money supporting a fantasy world where half the human population has gone missing.
Without you, we'd have been cooked, which would have been almost as bad as driving over the edge of the Grand Canyon. On behalf of myself, my friend, her dog, and all foolish drivers, I belatedly thank you.
It appears that the selfie isn't entirely a new invention. It's just that these days, they are such powerful tools of communication. With one simple snapshot, the selfie is a unique way to be intimate with a celebrity or get a glimpse into their life.
Twenty-three years after Thelma and Louise drove over a cliff and into our hearts, Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon reunited
"Maladies" is currently in limited release and available via on-demand services. Before the release of "Thelma & Louise," Keener
Women will be able to buy and own guns but not be permitted to share them with our male counterparts. Why? Because it's clear that men don't know how to handle weapons.
On February 13, 1945, "Quartered in a slaughterhouse" built for pigs Vonnegut survived the firebombing of Dresden in which
To be afraid, means that you are unwilling to see the possibilities of your future. It means you are beholden to the thoughts
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy are the latest additions to the catalog of standout female duos to grace the big screen
The government may be close (or may not be? Who even knows) to reaching a deal before the country goes over the fiscal cliff
Guns or butter is of course the real issue. It's unfortunate, all these decades after Eisenhower's warning about the pernicious, corrupting influence of the Military Industrial Complex, that we cannot count on those in Washington to heed the dangers.
For me, September is just another small goodbye hinting at bigger ones ahead. But like a criminal on the lam, I realize our Thelma and Louise days are numbered, and not just because school is back in session.
We're going to ahead and call the disappearance of the music video a big fat myth. Thanks perhaps nearly-universally to YouTube