A brave new documentary reveals the corruption, waste, and stupidity of education spending in New Jersey.
A review of Conservative Victory: Defeating Obama’s Radical Agenda.
A film that deftly skewers consumerism run wild.
The Wire's David Simon returns with tales from the devastated city.
Conservatives won't be frustrated by this new HBO miniseries about World War II.
The film, starring Matt Damon, takes a terribly complex situation and renders it in high contrast black and white.
Music mogul Emilio Estefan's new book is a love letter to America and a roadmap to follow.
New York buds desperate to join the ranks of the rich and famous. Does the big time await?
The Fox News duo riffs on ObamaCare, Scott Brown, Chris Matthews, and other topics of the day.
I wish I hadn't succumbed to my curiosity after Scott Brown's victory.
The peacocks have come home to roost at the network, as David Letterman’s cackle ricochets around the Ed Sullivan Theater.
At the start of the new decade, only one is still shaping discourse.
The 3-D elements help establish a sense of time and place that otherwise might not be possible.
The true story of how South Africa's Nelson Mandela united the country after apartheid would be beneficial for Obama.
The anti-war refrain sets the story in motion, but the film ultimately showcases a soldier’s strength and heroism.
Though less ideological than previous Iraq war film efforts, The Messenger suffers from a lack of direction.
HBO should be commended for airing a documentary about terror with no liberal hand-wringing regarding the motives of the terrorists. (Also read Richard Fernandez: The Devil You Know)
For an anti-war comedy starring George Clooney, it isn’t as ideologically intense as one might expect. And it's really funny.
A remake of the cheesy 1980's mini-series features a subtext that parallels America in the age of Obama.
Troubled by the intellectuals and celebrities who support the dictator, an expat Venezuelan writes a book on the horrors of Hugo Chavez.
Showtime's new reality series manages to look at Americans and guns without pushing an agenda.
The mainstream press might just reclaim some of its tarnished reputation by investigating the climate change charade.
Some steps you can take to help ensure the news is really fit to print.
Sykes' new HBO special, while often funny, doesn't find much to poke fun at with the Obamas.
The critics, as usual, look beyond his dubious techniques, wildly partisan potshots, and other gimmicks they wouldn’t swallow from any other documentary director.