Movies

The Black Hole of Sundance

The 2007 Sundance festival has reached a new low with a strange, yet highly publicized film called Zoo.

Can Ralph Nader Be Forgiven?

Reporter Robin Finn mentions Ralph Nader's "devastating feud with the Democratic Party." But devastating for who?

"Fahrenheit 9-11" a "Most Essential Political Film"

Manohla Dargis: A new movie is "the most essential political film from an American director since Michael Moore's 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'"

"Heroes" and Horrors

ABC Blows Smoke at Audience on Tobacco-on-Film Study

Reporter Nauert left out any critique of study by anti-tobacco advocates who call for R-ratings

The "Sadism" of Mel Gibson's "The Passion"

Nathan Lee on the new "Texas Chainsaw Massacre": "Like 'The Passion of the Christ,' it is an invitation to hard-core sadism."

Bad Company II

Oscar-Nominated Movies Bash Business, but Hollywood Claims Thats Entertainment

Bad Company II: Executive Summary

Oscar-Nominated Movies Bash Business, but Hollywood Claims Thats Entertainment

Hollywood's New Villain: Businessmen

Overture. Dim the lights. This is it ... for the American free enterprise system if Hollywood has its way.

Old Europe's Golden Globes

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