12/15/2009 1:48 PM ET
And you thought "Up in the Air" was just holiday entertainment. Frank Rich tells us it's actually "using the power of pop culture to salve national wounds that continue to fester in the real world."
12/14/2009 4:26 PM ET
Movie reviewer Manohla Dargis demands more female directors and asks about the lack of same: "Feeling queasy yet? Resigned? Indifferent? A little angry?" Um, not yet.
11/3/2009 12:59 PM ET
The left-wing anti-corporate parodist duo "The Yes Men" have posed as spokesman for big companies like McDonald's, Dow Chemical, as well as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. And the liberals at the ...
10/7/2009 1:24 PM ET
Stephen Holden on why the left-wing guerilla filmmakers The Yes Men keep up the good fight: "I imagine they would argue that they are sowing the seeds of a populist revolt somewhere down the line. ...
8/22/2009 5:55 PM ET
Some in Hollywood, it seems, just can't let go of past political hopes ' or at least want to use their films to continue pushing their political preferences. In Funny People, the new movie from ...
8/8/2009 8:06 AM ET
Critics rave about an Iraq war movie, even though it carries none of the usual preachy anti-war politicking.
7/17/2009 2:24 PM ET
Stephen Holden has a habit of embracing hysterical leftist mockumentaries like "The Age of Stupid," a "frightening jeremiad about the effects of climate change." For Holden, "frightening jeremiad" ...
7/15/2009 1:00 AM ET
'The Hurt Locker' allows audiences to draw their own conclusion about Iraq while remaining pro-soldier.
6/30/2009 10:48 AM ET
The paper's liberal chief movie critic plugs the French way of life.
6/26/2009 3:37 PM ET
Liberal movie critic Stephen Holden doesn't like a movie about the horrible fate of a women in Iran: "Mr. Negahban's Ali, who resembles a younger, bearded Philip Roth, suggests an Islamic ...