I am sure that those involved in making The Comey Rule are grateful not to have had to worry or really even think about government censorship.
Kathy Shaidle looks at two famous heiresses from film
The controversial new movie should spur us to consider the startling realities of how young people use technology.
Evil pro-lifers, warm-hearted gal pals, kindly Planned Parenthood workers … One character is missing: the baby.
Whether playing a nun, a Bond girl, or the iconic Emma Peel, she was unforgettable.
In critiquing the sexualization of children, the filmmakers sexualized children.
Mulan sales are currently less than one-fifth that of the opening day local box-office sales for the film 'Tenet', which Warner Bros. released last week.
Until recently, we have had little to go on for the movie.
These rules are paternalistic, demeaning, and fussy.
Disney thanked to Chinese Communist Party propaganda departments in the region where over a million Muslims have been imprisoned in concentration camps.
Our star movie columnist Kathy Shaidle is off this week, so your humble host has to fill in. Among the casualties of this lost summer is the summer blockbuster: for the first time since the mid-seventies,...
Kathy Shaidle on Charlie Chaplin's 1947 black comedy (though without the comedy) film Monsieur Verdoux
The classic romantic comedy While You Were Sleeping is worth revisiting.
Roday’s Hollywood is far from patriotic. Among other things, it lacks figures as stubbornly pro-American, or anti-Communist, as Milius.
I have never been exactly clear on what the moralistic criticism of films or other such works is intended to accomplish.
Imperfect in life, he played imperfect men who are nonetheless worth looking up to, even today.
Kathy Shaidle brings us Christmas in July, with takes on It's a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol, and the Trailer Park Boys Christmas special, among other films
There’s no reason to pretend otherwise.
"Turner is on a firmer foundation when he defends his choice on free speech grounds, and proclaims correctly that a college is precisely where any and all ideas should be presented and debated," Kathy...
Just after Independence Day and with Hamilton now facing the cancel mob, Kathy Shaidle takes a look at Broadway's previous foray into American history, 1776, memorialized in film nearly 50 years ago