Just finished 'The Book Of Rachael' by Lelie Cannold. It's a novel about Jesus' sister. She marries Judas and they have a lot of sex. I liked it, because I'm an atheist and a feminist. If you're a fan of patriarchal Christianity this would hurt way more than The DaVinci Code.
Friends is so evocative of the 90s for me. The parts of the 90s that were not, well, cool. The year I started uni was the year every woman had 'The Rachel' haircut. There were Rachels bloody everywhere.
I haven't watched it since it ended. Don't miss it. But it was A Thing back then. (I am so old).
I agree with K. - Leo is one of the best out there. Pains me to say it after having to listen to the panting and whimpering of obsessed teen girls watching R+J in my classes many times. I thought he was so unappealing as a young man but you know, he's good. Really good.
Inception was the best thing I've seen in an age. But I don't get out much.