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Brian Wilson

Life of Brian

Love & Mercy is a superb new biopic about head Beach Boy Brian Wilson's creative summi...

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Charlize Theron in Fury Road

Fury Road at the Box Office

The four Mad Max movies are nominally post-apocalyptic, although their explanations for th...

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Battle of Wounded Egos

"€œBlazing Saddles could never get made today."€ We all know how virulent political ...

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Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles

Hollywood Plays with Fire

In July of 1870, King Wilhelm sent Foreign Minister Bismarck an account of his meeting wit...

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Pirate Baywatch

Last week, we learned Sony Pictures had been hacked and millions of people were downloadin...

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Bill Cosby

America’s Rapist Dad

Bill Cosby is the first black person that I ever remember my family liking. Then again, it...

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Interstellar Stoic

With the exception of the teeming masses of Philip K. Dick adaptations, science fiction ...

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Rose McGowan

Someone’s Over the Rainbow

Which one is Rose McGowan again? It's a complaint as old as Sunset Boulevard: "€œWe had...

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Rosamund Pike

Gone Girl: The Last Villainess?

The denunciations of the hit mystery movie Gone Girl by feminists for daring to feature (s...

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Gabrielle Union

The Most Sensible Guy in the Room

Irving Kristol (sort of) said, "€œA conservative is a liberal who's been mugged,"€ a ...

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The Birth of a Nation

Defending Film

This was a bad summer for movies at the American box office, with total gross down 22 perc...

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James Brown

Get On Up: Godfather of Subtitles

August has been turning into Black Movie Month. This year, Tate Taylor, the white guy from...

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Every Ape for Himself

The usual complaint of critics about sequels is that they are intellectually unchallenging...

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Russell Crowe

No Room on the Ark

Darren Aronofsky's Noah accomplishes what any great myth should: it communicates moral tru...