Feminist WashPost Movie Critic Says 'Taboo' Ends in Pro-Abortion Films
In Sunday's Washington Post, liberal chief movie critic Ann Hornaday is again professing her love for abortion movies. "Once taboo, abortion emerges from the cinematic shadows," she proclaimed. Once again, she is ripping movies like Juno and Knocked Up, where abortion "had to be reflexively rejected."
WashPost Celebrates Oliver Stone's 'JFK' as 'Conspiratorial Tradition'
In Sunday's Washington Post, oh-so-liberal chief film critic Ann Hornaday penned another pro-Oliver Stone article, this one touting a 30th anniversary of his lurid conspiracy movie JFK.
WashPost Film Critic ADORES Obama-Biden 'Bromance Reboot' Video
Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday penned a very sticky valentine for Monday's Style section headlined "Cinematic savvy from Biden and Obama." A dull new 15-minute Biden campaign film starring Barack Obama is touted as a superhero flick and a "wonkily satisfying bromance reboot."