NYT vs. Science: Critic Hess TRIGGERED by Realistic Images of Fetus
The front page of the New York Times Saturday Arts section featured a castigation of the new Marilyn Monroe “biopic.” Critic-at-large Amanda Hess’s insidious critique focused on a single scene of the film showing a “beatific, photorealistic fetus.” Why? Hess doesn’t come out and say it, but one suspects she fears such images risk humanizing “the fetus” (which of course is already…
User Reviews: 'Rings Of Power’ Is Equally as Bad As ‘She-Hulk’
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings Of Power Episode 4 – 'The Great Wave' was released on Friday, September 16, which means we are now halfway through the new Lord of the Rings series, and it doesn’t look like things are getting much better when it comes to the reviews of Amazon’s latest show.
So much so, that The Rings of Power is still getting…
But Trump! Whining Baldwin Cries Victim
Baldwin deserves sympathy in the same degree he’s shown courage, compassion and accountability since the shooting. That is, none.
Remember When Hollywood Celebrated Free Speech?
Aaron Sorkin is one of Hollywood’s most gifted scribes. The mind behind The West Wing, “A Few Good Men” and, more recently, “Being the Ricardos” writes smart, snappy banter that makes even mediocre moments pop. And he’s got an Oscar and four Emmys to show for it. But how would Hollywood of 2022 feel about his free speech views?
CNN to Righty NYT Columnist, Film Critic: ‘Stop Writing About Movies'
CNN senior writer Brian Lowry, and by extension CNN media reporter Brian Stelter mocked right-of-center New York Times columnist Ross Douthat for daring to write about two new movies in his latest column, even though he’s been a movie critic for National Review for years. Stelter’s June 19 newsletter included a snotty take from Lowry that suggested Douthat should stick to…
NY Times Hates ‘Misogynistic’ Depp Ruling: GOP Hates ‘Mouthy Women'
Actor Johnny Depp brought a defamation case against his former wife, actress Amber Heard, after she made domestic abuse allegations. Most everyone, right and left, following the trial believed Depp and considered Heard a liar, an opinion supported by the jury verdict in his favor. It’s left the liberals at the New York Times discombobulated, who are quite disturbed…
Disney Continues To Be Woke
Wokeness is nothing new in the modern age of movies. Unfortunately, an industry that was once a staple of American culture has become nothing more than a propaganda machine of the left. Disney has become one of the most prominent promoters of wokeism, as seen in a trailer for its new movie “Thor: Love and Thunder.”
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."
Sam Elliott Has No Patience for Gay Cowboys
Sam Elliott is retiring from acting. At least, he doesn’t seem to want to work in Hollywood anymore. If he did, he wouldn’t have uncorked a glorious rant about a “piece of shit” Oscar-nominated movie and its LGBT sacred cow(boys).
Hollywood Journalists Protect Liberal Stars from Themselves
Leonardo DiCaprio, Alec Baldwin get off easy while reporters look the other way. This just in: The earth has nine years left before Climate Change’s impact is irreversible. So says Leonardo DiCaprio in a new Deadline interview. It’s clear to most casual observers that DiCaprio doesn’t practice what he preaches. So how many journalists have asked some tough but fair questions of DiCaprio on the…
'The Simpsons Did It First!'--- Tom Hanks Biden Commercial Mocked
The self-congratulatory one year anniversary Biden administration video is being widely mocked and satirized because it features narrator Tom Hanks who replicates his cartoon role as a government shill in the 2007 "The Simpsons Movie."
Critics Sneer at ‘American Underdog,’ Faith-Based Audiences
The hard-left sites assault 'fresh' football drama that downplays Christianity. Faith-based movies are hardly catnip for modern movie critics, and the filmmakers in question are partly to blame. That’s starting to change. Solid Christian fare like Risen, The Chosen, I Can Only Imagine and now American Underdog reveal the growth in this maturing genre. Tell…
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.