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Spate of Documentaries Offers Ammunition to Conservatives

Conservatives have long understood that they must fight through mainstream media bias to get their message out – or bypass the media establishment altogether.
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USA Today Finds OWS Theme in Movies, Ignores Villainy

Drawing examples from Batman, Cosmopolis and Arbitrage, newspaper sees Occupiers in Hollywood plots, but finds little to criticize about OWS.
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That Terrible "Ted" Movie

Seth MacFarlane's profane-teddy-bear movie "Ted" is a box-office smash. His fans cannot consume enough of his pop-culture sewage.
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Really? NY Times Movie Critic Blames 'Reagan Years' for Decline of American Movies

New York Times movie critics Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott held their annual joyless, political summer movie conversation, focusing on the glut of superhero movies. Dargis managed to make ...
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Really? NY Times Movie Critic Blames 'Reagan Years' for Decline of American Movies

New York Times movie critics Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott held their annual joyless, political summer movie conversation, focusing on the glut of superhero movies. Dargis managed to make ...
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Viva Cristo Rey!

A new movie about Mexican persecution of Catholics in the 1920s arrives just as the Obama administration is under fire for their anti-religious mandate.
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Whose Movie Is Propaganda?

Newspaper film critics often hate a movie that doesn't toe the Hollywood line. They can't judge it as art, but dismiss it as "propaganda."
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Movie Critic A.O.Scott Educates Us on the 'Lethal, Terrifying Urgency' of Global Warming

Movie critic A.O Scott turns his vast expertise to the issue of global warming and rising sea levels, and turns on the sarcasm: "There is also a noisy subculture of obfuscation and denial that ...
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Times Movie Critic Doesn't Even Try to Hide Her Outrage at Pro-Life 'October Baby'

New York Times movie critic Jeannette Catsoulis doesn't even try to be fair to "October Baby," a pro-life movie: "...the film communicates in the language of guilt and fear....a vision of medical ...
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NYT's Stelter Defends Hollywood, Dismisses Idea of H'Wood Palin-Hatred as 'Conspiracy Theory'

New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter dismisses conservative concerns that the new HBO movie "Game Change" is an anti-Palin hit piece as a "conspiracy theories," and makes lame excuses why ...
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