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'Non-Stop' Review: Liam Neeson Thriller Hits New Left-Wing Low

**SPOILER ALERT** Most of the suspense and therefore enjoyment of Liam Neeson's new action thriller "Non Stop" comes from trying to figure out who the villain is and why this person is doing what he or she is doing. If you read the rest of this article, it will spoil the entire movie for you. Period. You have been warned. Mar 1, 2014 7:12 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

I thought "Casino Royale" was overrated (awesome first half) and absolutely hated "Quantum of Solace" (Daniel Craig agrees and blames the writer's strike.). "Skyfall," however, was the best of the three and what I especially enjoyed is that the story seemed to finally exorcize Craig's Bond of his personal demons, which hopefully means we can get back to basics with "James Bond 24." Feb 28, 2014 8:03 AM PT

Court Decision: Schools Can Stop Students From Wearing American Flag

The Washington Post's Volokh Conspiracy reports that the 9th Circuit has upheld the right of a California high school to forbid students from wearing t-shirts with American flags. "The court points out that the rights of students in public high schools are limited," Eugene Volokh writes. "[I]f 'school authorities [can reasonably] forecast substantial disruption of or material interference with school activities' stemming from the speech." Feb 27, 2014 1:47 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

"Absolutely. We wanted it to be an experience that you could share with your entire family. PASSION was an R, and we got a PG-13. The crucifixion is still hard to watch. It’s graphic. It was a brutal way to die." Feb 27, 2014 9:39 AM PT

'Thor: The Dark World' Bluray Review

If you enjoyed the first "Thor" film, there is no reason you won't enjoy the sequel. And based on its gargantuan box office ($640 million worldwide), quite a few people did. Feb 26, 2014 1:12 PM PT

Harry Reid on ObamaCare 'Horror Stories': 'All Are Untrue'

With the help of a media much more interested in fact-checking cancer patients who oppose The State than they ever were in vetting ObamaCare or Obama's years-long lie promising you can keep your health insurance, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took to the floor of the Senate Wednesday to declaratively claim "all" ObamaCare horror stories are untrue. Feb 26, 2014 11:54 AM PT

Zucker Era: CNN Primetime Loses Almost Half Its Audience

After his first full year on the job, CNN Chief Jeff Zucker has led his dying cable news network to a disastrous February 2014. When compared to February 2013 (Zucker took over in January 2013) Deadline reports that Anderson Cooper lost 47% of his overall audience and 46% in the demo. Erin Burnett lost 39% of her total audience and the about-to-be-canceled Piers Morgan lost 46%. Feb 26, 2014 10:06 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

I do like the trailer's reference to the original 1954 Japanese film and the rewriting of the nuclear mythology. In "Gojira," the nuclear angle is a cautionary tale. It is the radiation caused by nuclear testing that creates Godzilla (a theme close to the heart of the Japanese people less than a decade after Hiroshima). The new film, which obviously sees itself as a sequel as opposed to a remake, tells us that the testing was just a cover. Nukes were being dropped to try and kill the monster. Feb 26, 2014 8:57 AM PT

Wendy Davis Camp 'Less than Truthful' About Role Barring Press From Speech

This latest scandal revolves around a speech Davis gave January 28 to Travis County Democrats that barred press coverage. It was an important speech - the one where she falsely blamed Republican Greg Abbott for her own biography fabrications. All media was barred except for one reporter and a camera that live-streamed the event. The Davis campaign blamed the event organizers for barring the media. But that doesn’t appear to be true. Feb 25, 2014 1:14 PM PT

CNN's Nugent Rampage Leads to Disastrous Ratings

CNN is a cable news network in its death throes. As ratings return to near-historic lows, CNN chief Jeff Zucker is obviously making terrible decisions while in panic-mode. Just-released ratings show that CNN's stupid, wildly hypocritical and hysterical rampage against Ted Nugent led to a disastrous Friday. Feb 25, 2014 9:43 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

But everyone still knows "Groundhog Day" was something very unique and special -- a simple, compelling concept (a man must repeat the same day until he gets it right) that required genius to execute. Ramis didn't come up with the concept. That came from a spec script written by Danny Rubin. But Ramis did polish it to perfection, cast the perfect actor, and brought it to life as the director. Feb 25, 2014 8:32 AM PT

The Timeless Comedy Legacy of Harold Ramis

This is not an accident of nostalgia. As a child of the eighties I can tell you that raunchy comedies aimed at horny teenagers hit the multiplex almost every weekend, especially during the summer months. These films were a dime a dozen and there were probably hundreds of them. Ramis's canon survives for a few very simple reasons: memorable lines, classic characters, universal themes, great actors, and very big laughs. Feb 24, 2014 2:12 PM PT

CNN Chief Jeff Zucker's Top 5 Mistakes

CNN's ratings are once again edging up against record lows and now that Piers Morgan is on the way out, the cable news network has two full hours of primetime real estate to plug. CNN is a failing network. Jeff Zucker has been in charge for over a year, and the network is not only still failing, it is becoming more and more leftist, divisive, anti-Christian, and just plain dumb. Here is a short-list of Zucker's five biggest mistakes. Feb 24, 2014 12:28 PM PT

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