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You're Right to Choose This Movie

"Gimme Shelter" is a new movie that departs from the feminist pack mentality of Hollywood, highlighting how shelters for unwed mothers save lives.  
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Book: Christians Shown As ‘Hateful Stereotypes in Today’s Movies’

Author examines Christian downfall in films.
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Upside-Down Movie Ratings Games

A New York City theater ignores the NC-17 rating for a lesbian-porn "art" movie, but lesbians want a feminist movie rating system instead.
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Occupy Wall Street Documentary Promotes ‘99%’ Just in Time for OWS Anniversary

Newly released Sundance film celebrates the ‘inspiring’ legacy of the anti-capitalist movement.
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Viewing Cultural Collapse at Cannes

At film festivals, artistic judgments about cinematic achievements are strongly seasoned by the secular-left politics of moviemakers and their constant desire to “push the envelope."
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New Sundance Film ‘The East’ Focuses on Anarchist, Eco-Terrorist Group

Director dismisses criticism saying: ‘sweet’ of people ‘to think that people holding corporations accountable is evil.’
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The 'Assassinate Wall Street' Movie

A new movie suggests that the Occupy Wall Street movement was for sissies. It’s time for someone to start a new campaign on film: Assassinate Wall Street.
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NYT Movie Critic Taunts 'Strongly Conservative' Wildfire Victims on Climate Change

New York Times movie critic Jeannette Catsoulis enthused over "Greedy Lying Bastards," a left-wing attack on global warming skeptics, and offensively suggested that an increased gas tax could ...
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NYT's Rohter Finds Parallel Between Tea Party and Chilean Dictator Gen. Pinochet

Larry Rohter sees a parallel between Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and the Tea Party-Koch brothers: "In Chile the debate about 'No' has also been complicated by noncinematic issues, ...
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Jerusalem Bureau Chief Worried Israelis Aren't Listening to Left-Wing Movie Advocating Withdrawal

Times Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren, who has courted controversy from pro-Israel conservatives during her brief tenure, expressed concern over the muted reception in Israel to a new ...
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