Joy Behar Asks Richard Dreyfuss How He Found 'Satanic Spot' to Play Ch

October 20th, 2010 8:36 AM
On Monday's Joy Behar show, the host promoted the latest work of liberal actor Richard Dreyfuss, but soon turned the conversation to Dreyfuss playing Dick Cheney in the 2008 Oliver Stone flop "W." and how he could find the "satanic spot" in his soul to play Cheney. Dreyfuss said you can "find all the villainy in the world in your own heart,…

Oliver Stone Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Comments

July 27th, 2010 4:45 PM
On Sunday, Alana Goodman reported on an anti-semitic interview given by director Oliver Stone in the Sunday edition of The Times of London. Stone said that Jews dominate the media, "stay on top of every comment" and have "the most powerful lobby in Washington." Earlier today, The Daily Mail reported that Stone had apologized for his remarks.He said: "In trying to make a…

Oliver Stone to Put Hitler, Stalin 'In Context' With New Miniseries

January 10th, 2010 3:21 PM
There has been a substantial push lately by some of Hollywood's big names to reeducate Americans on world history. The leftist-dominated television and film industries have taken it upon themselves to promote histories of the United States and its role in the world that portrays it as an evil, occasionally colonial, always destructive force in global relations.The latest such effort is being…

W. Bombs at Box Office

October 26th, 2008 7:23 PM

BDS Alert - Stone Equates Bush to Hitler

October 21st, 2008 1:29 PM

Entertainment Weekly: Stone's 'W' Flick Disappoints... Because of 'Tou

October 20th, 2008 5:41 AM
Entertainment Weekly's Joshua Rich reported on the weekend's box office returns for the latest releases on October 19 to let us all in on Hollywood's successes and failures, because, you know, Hollywood is important and all. We find that the Chihuahua movie is still going like gangbusters ($70 million in three weeks) and the horrid movie "Max Payne" led the weekend's receipts with $18 million.…

BaltSun Critic: Stone's 'W.' a 'Train Wreck', Script Like Rehashed Mo

October 17th, 2008 2:52 PM
Finally a movie review that takes on Oliver Stone's "W." on its cinematic merits or rather the lack thereof. Far from being "illustrated journalism" as Time's Richard Corliss lamented or "sunny and sympathetic" history as Newsweek's Alan Brinkley argued, it's simply an "old-fashioned train wreck," concluded Baltimore Sun Michael Sragow in his October 16…

Richard Lewis: 'Constitution Has Been Trampled the Last Eight Years

October 17th, 2008 2:49 PM
Another celebrity uses the same tired line that Bush has trampled on the Constitution. This time it is Richard Lewis pontificating on the October 17 edition of "The View." Calling for Americans to get out and vote Lewis also blamed "fundamentalists" for America’s demise."The Constitution has been trampled the last eight years, period. This is not what this America is…

Web Ad for 'W.' Depicts President Bush Sitting on Throne

October 16th, 2008 5:36 PM

'W' Movie Star Josh Brolin Blinks 'Vote for Obama

October 15th, 2008 10:50 PM

Actor Josh Brolin Plugs Oliver Stone's W. on 'Today

October 14th, 2008 5:03 PM
The "Today" show has yet to promote the conservative satire An American Carol, that spoofs Michael Moore but they did find time to invite on Josh Brolin to plug Oliver Stone’s George W. Bush biopic W. on Tuesday's show. Co-anchor Matt Lauer interviewed Brolin, who plays the title character, and noted critics were expecting "a political hatchet job" of the President, to which…

CBS’s Smith Reviews Oliver Stone Movie: ‘Phenomenal, Phenomenal St

October 14th, 2008 4:46 PM
As part of the promotion of his new Bush-bashing drama ‘W,’ director Oliver Stone appeared on Tuesday’s CBS Early Show and co-host Harry Smith gushed: "And there are so many interesting portrayals in this, we don't have time to go into them all...Stunning, stunning, stunning ...Phenomenal, phenomenal stuff." Smith even suggested that some people saw the movie as sympathetic to Bush,…

Time's Corliss: 'W.' Missing a 'Point of View

October 14th, 2008 1:51 PM
Oliver Stone's "W." is "boring" cinema, not much more than "illustrated journalism," lamented Time's Richard Corliss in an October 13 review.:Like its central character, it seems never to have questioned itself about its mission or even asked if it had one. For this normally crazy-brilliant auteur, the last and lasting W. has to be Why? But perhaps Corliss's real…

Oliver Stone, Historian?! So Says Newsweek

October 13th, 2008 11:25 AM
Liberal director and conspiracy theory-loving Oliver Stone was actually "fair" to President George W. Bush in his new film "W." Indeed, Stone is practically a "historian" when it comes to chronicling the life of the nation's 43rd president, that is if you ask Newsweek's Alan Brinkley. Of course when measured up against his prior films about American presidents, it's…