Disinformation and social engineeering tell the culture-vulture readers what to think.
Netflix incurs the wrath of credulous viewers who want representation.
The word ‘virility’ appears throughout London’s classic tale of survival. Trigger alert.
His alt-feminist music videos for the sister trio Haim celebrate American unity.
Jesse Eisenberg’s Resistance pays unimaginative tribute to sentimentality.
His high art exposes Hollywood’s failed pathos.
Mark Ruffalo weeps and accuses again.
In the recent Uncut Gems, we see egotism and self-centeredness; in1976’s Mikey and Nicky, connection and compassion.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always kowtows to Hollywood’s women’s-rights industry.
Altman’s classic all-American tragedy returns.
Ben Affleck is exploited personally and professionally in unconvincing redemption drama.
The real Jean Seberg, as filmed by Godard, was far more than a naïve victim.
James Sweeney’s witty, original debut goes to the core of Millennial sexual confusion.
In politics, he’s a rock-and-roll bully; she’s an American pragmatist with a heart of gold.
Elisabeth Moss’s latest victim portrayal is repugnant.
Unlike the Communist fantasy Parasite, it takes morality seriously.
TV sit-com icons dish up a trendy tale of toxic masculinity and female superiority.
The PC junk that wins thrills the finger-wagging Hollywood elite and their media allies.
But it’s petty, silly, and shallow. Better to return to Zack Snynder and Ava Gardner.
And that’s why he accepted an award, scolded the audience, and lauded … no black people in particular.