Seven Minutes in Heaven. Except with sex.
Notes on four years of postcoital prayer.
Our annual survey of top critics reveals a first in awfulness: This year the same actor nabs the top two spots!
It makes sense that this Michael Fassbender sex addiction drama would advertise in the sleazy back pages.
"It’s not titillating. It’s not exoticized. It’s just a guy having a piss and a glass of water and going to have a shower."
And despite good word of mouth, Hugo drops off.
Compared to the trendy despair of Shame, A Dangerous Method is a road map to happiness, chock-full of tips on how to reconcile our disparate impulses.
We've supplied compelling justifications for all instances of nudity in the NC-17 film.
This daring film does four things that 99 percent of all other movies are afraid to do.
Totally safe for work, though.
In which Michael Fassbender's subway cruising is interrupted by some near-subliminal sexual carousing.
"I have got horribly drunk before. I have cried on the phone to a boyfriend before."
"I'm gonna bring out a DVD, and it'll be my version of Michael Caine's acting DVD. 'Michael Fassbender teaches you how to simulate sex!'"
His full-frontal movie is here!
Michael Fassbender has arrived, and we'll have a very crowded Best Actor race at next year's Oscars ...
How much does Hollywood love the 'X-Men' actor? "I couldn't be prouder to be the same [species] as that guy, let alone work in the same profession," says one agent.
"Every time Michael hopped on the horse, it got a huge erection."