Whether you fell for him as Noah Calhoun in The Notebook, or rewinded Crazy Stupid Love just a few too many times to see his abs that Emma Stone says must be photoshopped, Ryan Gosling is just someone that I think we all wish would do an actual Win a Date With Tad Hamilton-type deal.
Sure, his face ain't that bad and he seems like he'd totally be down for some post-sex spooning. But, hey girl, guess what? I'm just not that into it.
Having a boyfriend brings about a sense of pride and accomplishment. It gives us all feelings of worth, self esteem and validation. Oh, and a serious case of the butterflies.
While romantic kisses in real life never seem to quite measure up to the ones on the silver screen, one can always dream. We see these ridiculously romantic kisses and get goosebumps hoping some guy will pull us out into the rain and lay one on us.
I have a confession. I am a pop culture junkie. I watch way too much television — more than the...
While Mother Nature may still be busy making up her mind, one thing is for certain: spring is here. It’s safe to say we can finally store our UGGs away for the season and bring out our flip-flops and dresses from the closet.
What's really incredible to me is being able to see my favorite actors' talents shine even without the help of the Hollywood treatment. Rachel McAdams' screen test for The Notebook has to be one of the best I've seen, but there are tons of celebrity audition tapes out there. More than enough to procrastinate for hours...
Even if the writers of the future are even more out of ideas than they are now, at least there are a few recent movies that they could remake and then play on TBS during Saturday afternoons.
So let's be real, we all cried a little bit when we found out Brad and Jen were splitting, and some of us are still
sticking pins in our Angelina Jolie voodoo dolls not over it. In fact, thanks to our obsession with celebrities, faux-lebrities and TV/movies, we often find ourselves more invested in Hollywood/fictional couples than we do in our own relationships.
It’s tough to buy gifts for the friend who loves to read. The choice should seem obvious, shouldn’t it? Buy a book. But what type of book? What has she read? What does he want to read? Hardcover or paperback? New or used? The questions are endless. And that’s before you even get into accessories. Are bookmarks too cliché? Will she even use them? Are all those gadgets really necessary?
On Wednesday, I sat down after a long day of work, classes, and caffeine to find the only thing that could turn my day around waiting for me. My Glamour magazine had arrived. Eagerly, I sat down to indulge in some horoscope reading and horror story retelling. But before I even reached the cover story on Fergie I was sidetracked by something else entirely.
Obviously, most girls will agree that The Notebook is the most romantic movie of all time. We love the passion, the romance, and idea of ever-lasting love. We cry every. single. time, we watch it. We want our very own Noah, a guy who wants us badly enough that he'll dangle from a Ferris wheel just to ask us out.
Even though we usually tear up (or start flat-out bawling, depending on your current romantic situation), no girl can resist the chick-flick. Or, more accurately, the dreamboat main characters that make our hearts swoon for 90 minutes (and then again when we watch the DVD alone on a Friday night and cry into a bowl of Thai food). Those boys are just so...perfect.