Don’t be fooled by the pomp of the Queen’s royal Diamond Jubilee flotilla this weekend. Britain is a country rotting from the inside.
Infighting, hypocrisy and anti-meritocracy prevail at the increasingly gynocratic Paper of Record.
The world’s cleverest child, a genius, or both? A new book rounds up the best of Hitchens' quotes.
Angels & Demons is yet another example of Hollywood's unwillingness to show bad behavior on the part of even one Muslim. (Read John Nolte's review of Angels & Demons here.)
J.J. Abrams' film is a barely competent reboot of the Star Trek franchise.
Obama's statements during last night's address confirm that he's like a weather forecaster who has never managed to accurately predict the weather but can’t stop making forecasts.
TV's most expensive reality program hits prime time again tonight with the president's speech. Tune in only if you can afford it.
The Soloist has more American flags than Rocky IV, and each is there to tell us that we should hate Bush and/or America for neglecting the homeless.
Bo, the new presidential pooch, confirms that the White House has gone to the dogs.
Sudan's brutal dictator, Omar al-Bashir, won't care. The question is, why should we?
The new film starring Seth Rogen is willing to go anywhere for a laugh.
This Dreamworks cartoon is as disposable as late-night sketch comedy.
How about planting a hidden microphone on Jack Nicholson? (Also read Roger L. Simon: Oscar Predictions: Do we need them? Does it matter? Is anybody watching?)
If ever there was a time to release a movie about a nefarious bank, it's now.
The phrase, the book, and the movie are all well past their amuse-by date.
The dazzling film starring Brad Pitt will likely sweep the Oscars.
Ron Howard's film is a compelling character study of the 37th president.
It's more of an experience than a movie.
Clint Eastwood's Changeling doesn't portray police in a positive light.
Oliver Stone's President Bush is a bumbler who drifted to the top and destroyed the world.
There's not much pro-American sentiment in Ridley Scott's latest thriller.
Rainn Wilson's new comedy is as predictable as a Whitesnake song.
With each succeeding film, Lucas's franchise gets more diluted.