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There's No Tomorrow

Film ‘There’s No Tomorrow’ Spreads Eco-Hysteria about Economic Collapse

Animated movie advocates anti-growth economy, removing money from banks.

Hollywood Reporter Brooks Barnes on P.C. Patrol at the Movies

Brooks Barnes asks the important questions: "Over a two-hour dinner at a trendy restaurant here earlier this month, [Pixar founder and film director John Lasseter] was at turns solemn and ...

Michael Moore Belongs on Same Shelf With Thomas Paine

Book critic Dwight Garner: "Mr. Moore's coming of age as a working-class malcontent is, however, something to behold....It persuades you to take Mr. Moore seriously, and it belongs on a shelf with ...

Times (Sort of) Hails New 'Glee' Movie as 'Tutorial in Tolerance'

Film critic Stephen Holden approves of the concert film's aggressively pro-gay message (like the "It Gets Better" videos), but is still snobbish enough to compare it to Disney's "High School Musical."

Hollywood Mogul Katzenberg Rails Against Tea Party's 'Extremism'

A reminder Hollywood moguls aren't just enthralled with Barack Obama. They are also ideological liberals who have disgust for conservatives and are especially enraged by the Tea Party's success. ...

'Page One' Doc Provides Unbalanced Look at the Struggles of the New York Times

The pall of liberal conventional wisdom keeps the New York Times documentary "Page One" within safe parameters for its intended audience, with no conservative critics to balance Times supporting ...

Environmental Terrorist Just a Victim of Society?

Movie critic John Anderson exculpates a convicted domestic terrorist of the Earth Liberation Front: "Some would call Mr. McGowan overeager. The government calls him a terrorist....[Daniel] McGowan ...

Another Summer Spoiled: Critic Dargis Again Hits 'Separate and Unequal' U.S. Movies

Manohla Dargis's latest movie "spoiler" - another cri de couer about the lack of women on screen in summer movies: "Is there a lesson here for those big-studio executives who even now are reading ...

Manohla Dargis Ruins Another Summer Movie Season, Laments 'the Symbolic Phallus'

Manohla Dargis gets embarrassingly feminist and Freudian describing a scene in a new Western: "I just don't believe that scene where her character pulls out a rifle to protect the wagon train's ...

Times Finally Weighs in on 'Atlas Shrugged,' Hates It (Of Course)

Carina Chocano called the movie, based on Ayn Rand's "ham-fisted fable of laissez-faire capitalism," "rushed, amateurish and clumsy," and burdened by its libertarian ideology. Since when has a ...
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