There is a new movie coming out called What's Your Number? and it stars the female actress/comedian Anna Faris. In the movie, the main character (Anna Faris) reads in a magazine that a woman is very unlikely to get married if she has had sex with more than 20 men. Having already slept with 20 men, the lead actress decides that she'll stop having sex with other men and meet back up with the 20 men she has already slept with the determine if one of them is "the one." I think it is interesting how much emphasis is put on the media in this film. The plot of this entire film is based on some article that was published in a woman's magazine. This in itself displays how much of a role media plays in our everyday lives. Secondly, why is 20 the number? Is this what our society thinks is an acceptable number or is it an extreme that society thinks is no longer normal? The plot also displays heteronormativity. The movie is strictly talking about sexual encounters between males and females. There is not a suggested number for homosexuals, nor does it show anything in the preview about homosexuality. Lastly, it displays the difference between male and female comedians. From the plot, it seems that female comedians do not always have to be funny if they are "sexy." Female comedians are encouraged to use their sex appeal to draw in a crowd, while male comedians have be uniquely funny in order to be successful.