Lovers parting ways always promises some dramatic tension. These screenwriters made the most of it.
According to these filmmakers and stars, doing the deed in front of a camera requires communication, bravery, a sense of humor, and some serious endurance.
A few of these 11 writers are camera-shy; others just lived before the age of film.
The social lives of legendary celebrities, as told by their datebooks and address records
The timeless art of seduction can look vastly different from one culture to the next.
Sometimes it's explosive, sometimes it's intimate—and sometimes they decorate each other in gold leaf.
The even-more-infuriating original last scene of 'Titanic,' and nine other alternate endings that almost happened
God bless you faces, from least to most wretched.
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Wait 'til they find out they're not even real.
Angus T. Jones isn't the first to denounce his own television series.
From 'Sunset Boulevard' to 'The Artist', these films exposed the darker aspects of the film industry.
From 'Patton' to 'Braveheart,' unforgettable moments in on-screen oratory
These ten horror movies are all inspired by real events—unfortunately.
Ten great moments in goofy, spooky, sometimes actually creepy sketch comedy
"Proud and empowered by their sexuality, [while] at the same time stricken by the fleeting nature of it"
These ten movies have footage that's more organic than you might think.
"Life is like a box of chocolates" was originally written for John Travolta, Michael J. Fox thought he was too busy for 'Back to the Future,' and eight other unsettling cinematic almosts
These ten films tied up their loose ends (or didn't) with unforgettable panache.
Dutch floating gardens, the Mojave's geomagnetic vortex, and the salt caves of Chicago: Spas that integrate their environment to create escapes in destinations that are, themselves, escapes.