The Scottish comedian, naturalized U.S. citizen, and host of The Late Late Show makes an unlikely patriot.
This appalling crop of hustlers isn't even any good at it.
Lessons reporters need to learn from recent fiascos like the Van Jones coverage.
The film dares to mock someone who prays at the altar of global warming alarmism.
A new documentary explores the cultural phenomenon that is the Afghani version of American Idol.
A new book lets conservatives commiserate regarding the generally dehumanizing treatment they receive from lefties.
Related: Click here for Ed Driscoll's interview with author Harry Stein on PJM Political.
A new film represents a vast improvement over Hollywood's recent war efforts.
The filmmaker's raunchy, mean-spirited movie is relentlessly shocking but rarely in a clever or inspired way.
A new documentary presents the career of Eddie Adams, who took some of the world's most well-known images of horror.
If you have to ask what this comedy is about after hearing the title, it isn't for you.
A courageous film — based on a true story — unveils a brutal Islamic custom still practiced in Iran and elsewhere.
A film insider's take on how media should influence global relations misses the mark.
Or will this new medical drama quickly be put on life support?
The wildly popular Beck has begun a six city stand-up comedy tour.
A new TV show pokes fun at a family with a hybrid car, a vegan dog named Che, and bumper stickers which say, "Support our troops and their opponents."
How the Obama administration could clamp down on conservative chatter.
A visually arresting 3-D film, Terra suffers from too much liberal preaching.
The dangers teenagers face as they model their behavior after celebrity narcissists.
The new film starring Russell Crowe and Ben Affleck mocks online journalism.
A new documentary alternately glorifies and excuses violent gang behavior in Los Angeles.
Not even journalism professors are willing to listen to the former CBS reporter and Emmy Award-winning journalist.
Update: Christian discusses his article with PJ Media's Ed Driscoll on this weekend's edition of PJM Political.
The far left is rallying to the fraudulent academic's side — again.
This movie wears its intentions all over its sleeve, jacket, and trousers.
Taking aim at the "celebrities and debutantes" who fancy themselves political pundits.
The re-release of this 1972 Vietnam war documentary is headlined by Hanoi Jane herself.