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Oh, Woody Allen Did Make a Decent Woody Allen Movie

As a lifelong Woody Allen fanatic who held on through the nineties and into the aughts (which is about 10 years longer than many other lifelong Woody Allen fanatics), I knew something had short circuited with 2004's "Melinda and Melinda," the first Woody film I hated and wasn't able to finish. Jun 12, 2013 5:45 AM PT

Bush More Popular than Obama

In a Gallup tracking poll released Tuesday, former-President George W. Bush currently stands with a favorability rating of 49%, compared to 46% who see the 43rd president unfavorably. Meanwhile, another Gallup poll shows President Obama with only a 47% approval rating, with 44% disapproving. Jun 11, 2013 1:19 PM PT

Holy Moly: All 12 'Friday the 13th' Films Arrive on Bluray

It is mind-blowing to realize that the "Friday the 13th" franchise began in 1980 (when I was 14) and ran straight through to 2002, when I was  36. And after 2002, there would still be the release of "Freddy Vs. Jason" in 2003 and the 2009 remake of the original.   Jun 11, 2013 12:46 PM PT

'The Secret Garden' (1949) Review: Fairytale Gem For the Kids

As a fan of the 1993 remake,  I was eager to see the MGM version (itself a remake of a silent film), which seems like the perfect property for that particular studio during the very height of its Golden Age. And that it was. Starring a perfectly cast Margaret O'Brien (in her final role for the studio), director Fred Wilcox produces a lovely fairytale in story, mood, and performance. Jun 11, 2013 12:09 PM PT

PBS NewsHour Closes Offices, Lays Off Staff, Turns to Freelancers

PBS NewsHour" is completely closing down its Denver and San Francisco offices, eliminating "several production positions in its Washington DC office, while leaving two open senior-level roles unfilled," and preparing to turn to more outside freelancers. Jun 11, 2013 11:11 AM PT

New York Times Yanks Weiner Story

Claiming they had "inadvertently" published "before it was ready for publication," The New York Times published and then yanked a story about Anthony Weiner titled: “For Women in Weiner Scandal, Indignity Lingers.” Jun 11, 2013 8:23 AM PT

Whistleblower: Hillary's Chief of Staff Quashed State Dept. Scandal Investigation

A former senior investigator with the State Department's criminal investigative unit has turned whistleblower alleging to both the media and Congress that senior staff within State Department covered up investigations into appalling behavior committed by members of Hillary Clinton's security staff and our ambassador to Belgium. One of those alleged to have interfered was Cheryl Mills, Hillary's chief of staff. Jun 11, 2013 7:02 AM PT

'A Good Day to Die Hard' Review: DHFINO

Even at the impossibly young age of 32, there was a war-weariness about John McClane. Therefore, the inevitable aging of the smart-mouthed, indestructible, but not invulnerable New York cop who, in the able hands of Bruce Willis, became an instant American icon in 1988 with the first "Die Hard" film, should not be a problem. In fact, as McClane edges into his sixtieth year, it should be a major storytelling advantage (think of Captain Kirk dealing so poignantly with middle-life in "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.") Jun 10, 2013 11:05 AM PT

Hillary Clinton's Favorability Tumbles

Remember that whole media/Democrat meme earlier this year about The Greatest Secretary of State Ever! Yeah, well, that 2016 propaganda push is finally starting to wear off. In a new Gallup poll, Hillary Clinton's favorability rating has tumbled 6 points, to 58%. Meanwhile, her unfavorable rating has jumped 8 points to 39%. Jun 10, 2013 9:53 AM PT

AP Turns On Obama: Second Term On Verge of Imploding

In a brutal Monday column, Liz Sidoti, the national politics editor for The Associated Press, takes a look at the Obama Administration's mounting scandals, the president's promises, and the polls. Her conclusion is that Obama's second term is on the verge of imploding. Jun 10, 2013 5:53 AM PT

Washington Post Whiffs On Obama Scandals; Investigates Fox News Supply Closet

You would think that the sting of humiliation that comes with whiffing on the four biggest stories of the Obama presidency might result in something of a wake-up call for the financially troubled Post. But, as if to prove you can't teach an old Palace Guard new tricks, yesterday the Post poured its bandwidth and investigative resources into… The Tale of the Fox News Supply Closet. Jun 8, 2013 9:28 AM PT

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